Hello Crafty Friends! Today, I am sharing some cute Milk Carton gift boxes complete with a Milk Carton Holder created for Fawny Holiday Week! I love the Milk Carton die, the adorable boxes make cute gifts for any season.
To make the milk cartons, I used the Milk Carton die and die cut two pieces per box. I made the boxes see through by die cutting the front and back piece of each Milk carton using the second smallest circle die from Circle Stackables. I adhered acetate in the windows and then I glued the Milk Carton pieces together.
For the snowman, I die cut 6 snowman and carrot noses out of White Cardstock using Build-a-Snowman. I used the second smallest circle and die cut the see through window in the front body of each snowman. I die cut 3 hats, 6 branches, 3 earmuff pieces, and 3 hollies out of White Cardstock. I ink blended the hats with Hickory Smoke and Black Soot Distress Ink, carrots with Carrot Ink, arch of the earmuff pieces and branches with Pizza Crust and Doe Ink, and the hollies with Lobster, Cranberry, Freshly Cut Grass, and Cilantro. I die cut the scarves, mittens, and the hat border with Knit Picky Cardstock.
For the eyes and mouth, I fussy cut Black Licorice Cardstock and adhered the piece to the back of each snowman face. I die cut the head part of the snowman and trimmed off the excess body and glued it to the back of the Black Licorice Cardstock. I glued all the accessories onto each snowman and adhered each one onto a milk carton.
I added a snowflake border to each milk carton using the SnowFlake Border Die. I also added some snowflakes on the sides of each carton using Stitched Snowflakes die and Mini Snowflakes die, and decorated the snowflakes with Sparkle Glaze. The tags were made from Winter Tiny Tags. I added a sentiment from Say What? Holiday Critters stamped onto the smallest circle in the Circle Stackables set.
Instructions for the Milk Carton Holder:
I decorated the base with SnowFlake Borders, Mini and Stitched Snowflakes and added a bow with the largest bow in Put a Bow On It.
Lawn Fawn Supplies:
- Milk Carton
- Stitched Snowflakes
- Mini Snowflakes
- SnowFlake Border
- Small Stitched Oval Stackables (second smallest for handle)
- Put A Bow On It
- Circle Stackables (second smallest for see through opening in the milk cartons, smallest for the tag)
- Say What? Holiday Critters (sentiment)
- Knit Picky Winter Collection Pack (Patterned Paper and the bottom pinstripe trim on the reverse side)
- Black Licorice Cardstock
- Sparkle Glaze
- Inks- Carrot, Cranberry, Lobster, Pizza Crust, Doe
- Peppermint Single Cord
- Winter Tiny Tags
Thanks so much for joining me today! Check out the Lawn Fawn blog for more Holiday inspiration!
4 thoughts on “SNOWMAN MILK CARTON TREAT BOXES”
This is positively adorable!! And I love the use of “knit picky” paper for it!
Lori S in PA
Thank you Lori!!
Absolutely gorgeous well done.I’m going to have to use my milk carton die to make some of these for my christmas table. Could you tell me if you used the 6×6 paper pad or the 12×12 .Thanks
Hi Susan, so sorry for my late reply. I used 6×6 paper pad for the milk cartons and 12 x 12 paper pad for the holder. Have fun creating your milk cartons! Love to see them!