If you’re looking for a sweet treat holder for your Thanksgiving table, then you’ll love this little 3D envelope (also called an “envelobox”). If you’re like me, you love to add handmade paper crafted touches to a festive table. The Envelope Punch Board from Stampin’ Up! makes this Thanksgiving favor a really simple project! I made the envelobox with Sweater Weather Designer Series Paper, and decorated it with a couple of leaves from the Gently Falling stamp set.
The greeting is from the Truly Grateful set, which just begs you to turn the favor over. When you do, here’s what you’ll see:
“You” is part of a “Thank You” stamp from the Four You stamp set, and it just happens to be in the same font as the “Thankful for . . .” on the front–only larger.
Of course you’ll need something yummy to put inside, and a Ghirardelli Chocolate Square fits perfectly!
The treat holder works for any occasion, whether you’re decorating a holiday table, or you just want to let someone know you’re thinking of them! Any Designer Paper or card stock will create the cute little envelobox, and then you can add the perfect embellishments to fit the occasion.
If you haven’t added the Envelope Punch Board to your paper crafting tools yet, what are you waiting for? Envelopes have never been so simple to make! I’ve always been a fan of Simply Scored and the Diagonal Plate for making envelopes to match my handmade cards. In fact, I spent a lot of time coming up with measurements for several different sizes of envelopes and liners. It was a lot of work, and a lot of math!
If the thought of doing the math makes you shudder, then you’ll love how Envelope Punch Board has all the measurements you’ll need right on the platform.
I had so much fun making this 3D envelope that I thought you might like to learn to make one, too. Just leave me a comment if you’re interested in seeing a video, and I’ll put one together for you.
If you want to make some sweet and simple favors for your Thanksgiving table, get out your Envelope Punch Board and have fun creating 3D envelopes!