This Little Piggy Halloween

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Hi there! I’ve had some fun today. We love Halloween at my house since it’s an opportunity to create — we make our costumes. That can sometimes be a challenge since none of use sew but, we always come up with something that works. My daughter has begun her annual costume mission. Which got me to thinking about treats for Halloween. Because really, I love treats for any kind of occasion — real or not. My This Little Piggy Halloween treat fits my idea of easily reproducible. In fact, you can make it ahead and finish the assembly when you’re ready for them!

This Little Piggy Halloween

This Little Piggy Halloween treat box from

I love 3D creations.

But when I’m going to need several,

I like something that’s quick and easy.

First, I made the box from Spooky Night designer paper.

You could wait to add the Tear and Tape on the bottom tabs until the day you need the box.

That way, you can store it flat; which means you can make it ahead!

This Little Piggy Halloween treat box - close up - from

Next, I stamped one of the images from This Little Piggy onto Powder Pink cardstock.

After cutting her out, I added a tutu made with Basic Black 3/8″ Shimmer Ribbon.

Then, I cut out one of the hats on the Spooky Night designer paper.

For the Halloween banner, I cut a piece of Pumpkin Pie  with the Duet Banner Punch.

Then, I stamped with a sentiment from Teeny Tiny Wishes.

Inside the box is a 3″ x 6″ Gusseted Cellophane bag tied with Vintage Crochet Trim.


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