Congrats Treat Box

When I read that the Le Plume II markers from Marvy Uchida were water based, I knew I wanted to try it out as a “water color” medium. By adding water, it gave my art a more subdued color, adding a totally different look. Creating this box with the Le Plume markers and some Glue Dots® adhesives makes for an easy and cute way to give someone a congratulatory treat. 


Designed by: Grace Tolman

Time: 30 minutes

Level: Moderate Handiness

Size:  3 7/8" x 3 7/8" x ½”


Here's what you need:

Create a template measuring 4" x 8 ½”. Score the piece ½” on both long sides. Turn the paper horizontally then score at ½”, 4”, 4 ½” and 8”. Fold to reinforce the score lines. Glue-Dots-Marvy-Treat-Box-template

Cut a slit along the score lines on the small squares on each corner of the paper and also on the center as shown in the photo. Repeat steps with brown cardstock. 

Add Ultra-thin Dots to the squares to put your box together.

Run the dies through the die cut machine using the various dies and cardstock colors. Set aside. Glue-Dots-Marvy-Treat-Box-dies
Run a Marvy Uchida marker on the acrylic block to transfer the color onto the block.

Using a water color brush and some water, add color to the die cut hearts. Repeat until happy with the water coloring. Set aside. 

Stamp the small heart onto one of the circle paper; color with the Marvy Uchida markers. 

Adhere the circle paper onto one of the scallop circles, centering it, using some Ultra-thin Dots. 

Adhere the heart balloons to the circle panel using Pop-Up Dots. Glue-Dots-Marvy-Treat-Box-pop-upUse a Marvy Uchida marker to create the balloon string lines. 

Glue-Dots-Marvy-Treat-Box-colorAdd the “congrats” word using some Mini Dots. 

Add the circle topper to the top of the treat box with Ultra-thin Dots. Repeat the process to adhere the other layered circle panel on the bottom of the treat box. 

Fill with goodies. 


Your treat box is officially ready to be gifted to that special someone!

~ Grace

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