Don’t you just love to be seated at a dinner and there’s a treat at your place setting?  It just sets a great mood for the meal.  Today’s treat is SOOOO easy to do and it’s yummy too! It’s perfect for your Thanksgiving table.

Thanksgiving Treat Box using the Clear Tiny Treat Boxes

Clear Tiny Treat Box

I used the Clear Acrylic Tiny Treat Boxes found in the Annual Catalog to make my Thanksgiving table favors.  You get 16 Clear acrylic Tiny Treat Boxes per package and are 2″X2″ in size when assembled.  They’re easy to assemble because they are pre-scored and no adhesive is needed.  The Tiny Treat Boxes are easy to decorate for any occasion or just to leave as-is.  Make sure you scroll down to get your FREE tutorial.  You can choose to print it out or save it on your computer.  You can find it below the Shopping List.

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Your FREE tutorial: Thanksgiving Treat Box PDF

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Do you like candy corn?  I used the autumn version of candy corn labeled Indian Corn, but it tastes the same.  You can substitute any candy in case you don’t like candy corn.  Thanks for joining me today and I hope you enjoyed the Free tutorial. Leave me a comment below and give me some ideas on what to put in the Tiny Treat Boxes – I have a bunch of them!

Inky hugs,


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