Christmas Candy Boxes


Do you remember Christmas Candy boxes? Victorians were the first to introduce the concept of party favors, and candy boxes are derived from that introduction. Often, in the 40s and 50s, these Christmas Candy boxes were used as a form of advertising. This particular one was distributed by a bank-customers could store loose change in the box or candies, then hang from the tree.

These little Christmas boxes are reminiscent of the Christmas ones from the past. They are even accented with authentic vintage!

The boxes were created using the Family Fun Meghan Kay paper, and the AccuCut Mini Cupcake Box die. The AccuCut die cuts these so quickly, and they are so easy to assemble, you can make boxes for everyone on your Christmas list! And, they are so fun to decorate! These are trimmed in vintage book paper, vintage Christmas seals and vintage holly ( all found in the store) and touches of glitter.

The back of the inside of the box is lined with the red foil Paper Sheet from Party Games Paper Sheets and Tags to add extra sparkle. Then, fill with treats!

Interested in making these for Christmas?  We have the recipe in our recipe card section-simply click on the image below.

Have a wonderful weekend!

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