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Acetate Trick OR Treat Box

Another fun project I hope you like.

Acetate Trick OR Treat Box

by Phyllis Shepherd, Independent Stampin’ UP!® demonstrator



Spooky Night Designer Series Paper - #144610

Very Vanilla Cardstock - #101650

Tangerine Tango Cardstock - #111349

Basic Black Cardstock - #121045

accessories/adhesives/ink pads

Snail Adhesive - #104332

Stampin’ Dimensionals - #104430

Simply Scored Scoring Tool - #122334

Stampin’ Trimmer - #126889

Black Rhinestone Jewels - #144639

Pretty Label Punch - #143715

1 3/8” Circle Punch - #119860

Banner Triple Punch - #138292

Tangerine Tango Stamp Pad - #126946

Paper Snips - #103579

Acetate Card Boxes - #144628               

stamp set

Spooky Cat - #144749


  • Measure to the halfway mark along the length on the acetate box and mark it with a pen. Cut in half with sharp scissors. Fold up the ends to close the bottom. Place the four candy bars inside.
  • Spooky Night Designer Series Paper – Belly Band - 1 ¼” x 10 ½”; scored @ 3 ¼”, 4”, 8 ½”, & 9 ¼” on the LONG side. Fold on the scored lines and bring around the box and secure with adhesive (so that it does not slip, you may want to place a little bit of adhesive on the inside of the belly band against the box).
  • Punch a Pretty Label Punched shape in Basic Black.
  • Punch a Tangerine Tango Cardstock circle. Adhere this to the black shape. Adhere to the belly band.
  • Very Vanilla Cardstock – ¾” x 4”; stamp with the Trick or Treat stamp in Tangerine Tango Ink. Punch both ends with the Banner Triple Punch. Place Stampin’ Dimensionals on the back of this piece. Adhere it to the Tangerine Tango/Black mat.
  • Place Black Rhinestones on the ends.

If you would like a file of the above project, click on the link below to download:

Download 99.Acetate Trick OR Treat Box

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Phyllis Shepherd

Thanks Christina!


This is such a cute idea!! Thanks so much for sharing it.

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