Are you guys tired of the sprinkled holiday series yet? I hope not, because I have a few more up my sleeve before this holiday season is over! I originally posted these treat box printables over at I Heart Naptime’s holiday event, but am posting them here too in case you missed it! Because the more cake ball gifts we can give in this world, the better off we’ll be.
It’s a cake. It’s a tree. No, it’s a sprinkle frosted Christmas tree treat box! The holiday of gift giving is just around the corner, and I’m here today with a free printable to help add some sweetness to those homemade goodies. With your home printer & a few simple materials, you can sprinkle holiday cheer around to your friends & family in a breeze! A chilly, wind-blown breeze, that is…
To create the box, print out the printable box I have designed (it’s free!) and cut along the edges. I created a special guide on the PDF document to know where to cut, fold, score, and tape! Because you need a top & bottom for your box, you will need to print off two copies of each color that you want to create. Or if you’re feeling extra fun, you can combine different colors for both the tops and bottoms. Once assembled, slide in a popsicle stick and your slice of cake instantly becomes a tree! How’s that for a Christmas miracle?
I wanted my treats to look like little snowballs, so I filled the boxes with white cake balls. But have fun with it, and fill them with whatever your holiday heart desires. Mini powdered donuts, sugar cookies, chocolate truffles, or little packets of homemade sprinkles are just a few other things you can fill these boxes with.
Printable Tree/Cake Boxes // White Cardstock
Scissors or Exacto Knife // Double-Sided Tape // Popsicle Sticks
Treats to fill the boxes with!
My mission this holiday season is to incorporate sprinkles in just about every project I do (yes, I’m obsessed). So if you’re a fellow sprinkle addict, be sure to check the archives for more printables to match these boxes! Or if you’re feeling even more adventurous, there are even more sprinkle bows, free holiday cards, and reindeer sugar cookie printables awaiting your arrival!
This post was originally published for I Heart Naptime on 11.18. Thanks to Jamielyn for having me guest post!