DIY pumpkin pie treat box
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Remember those printable pie boxes I created for my guest post over at A Thousand Threads a few months ago? Well I’ve given them a little makeover so they’ll feel right at home at your Thanksgiving get-together! There’s always more room for pumpkin pie, right? We’re not hosting Thanksgiving this year, but if we were, I would stuff these babies with caramel and cheddar popcorn (so addictive!!) and give them out as fun party favors!

DIY pumpkin pie treat box

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • some white card stock
  • color printer
  • scissors
  • glue stick or double sided tape
  • X-acto knife

DIY pumpkin pie treat box

  1. Load up the printer with white card stock, and print the back of the box first – we’re doing some double sided printing, y’all!
  2. Re-insert the same sheet of paper into the printer, printed side up, and print out the front of the box
  3. Cut out the template, and fold along the sides (a bone folder makes nice crisp lines and save your fingernails)
  4. Glue the marked tabs, and press the edges together to form the box
  5. Use the X-acto knife to make two slits for the tabs
  6. Stuff in your goodies, and tuck in all flaps and tabs
  7. “Pie” is served!

DIY pumpkin pie treat box

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9 Responses to printable pumpkin pie treat box

  1. Amanda says:

    Hi can you send me the template for the thanksgiving pie favor boxes?


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  3. Jane Y. says:

    these are so cute!

  4. Kim says:

    Oh my gosh these are too cute! You’re very clever

  5. So darn cute! My family typically rounds up all the little ones (lots of baby and toddler cousins) and takes them to a movie after the big Thanksgiving meal; these would be perfect to take to the theater. Or spread out blankets and make a home theater for them.

  6. These are so cute, Gloria! So perfect for Thanksgiving. We aren’t hosting either, but I’m sure these can go wherever we end up eating ;)

  7. Erin says:

    These are precious, G. You’re so talented! I don’t trust myself around those seasonal tubs of cheddar/caramel/butter popcorn long enough to stuff them into decorative boxes, though :)

  8. rooth says:

    So cute Gloria!