Father's Day

“To Pops” Candy Bar Gift Container

This fun "treat box" is a great gift for the special Dad in your life. A few  Advanced Strength Dots makes this project fast, easy and mess free. 

Designed by: Grace Tolman

Time: Approximately 20 minutes

Level: Moderate Handiness

Size:  8” x 8” x 6”

 Here's what you need:

Here's what you do:

Add Advanced Strength Dots to one edge of a candy box. Adhere to another candy box to create an L shape. Repeat the process until you’ve made a cube shape with all 4 candy boxes.to pops gift container (2) copy

Measure one open side of the cube and cut out cardboard to that same specification.

Adhere Advanced Strength Dots to the edges of the cardboard and attach to the candy box cube  on top to create a bottom for the gift container.

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Add  Advanced Strength Dots to the edges of the candy strip. Place the strip inside the candy box, bending it to create a handle.

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To make the title banner, cut out 5 pieces of 1 ½” x 2” strips from pattern papers.

Create the perfect “banner notch” on one end by placing the strip of paper at an angle through one corner of a square punch. Punch out to create the perfect “v” shape.

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Punch holes on the top two edges of the strip. Add the letter words and stickers to the banner strips. Thread the twine through all of the banner pieces.

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Place Craft Dots to the back side of the banner pieces and adhere to the front of the gift container.

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Fill the box with some “pop-related” gifts like Soda, Bubble gum and Popcorn.

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~ Grace

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