Halloween Treat Boxes!
These are different in a couple ways from my usual printables. The first is that they have an interlocked tab method for the top and bottom. I had my daughter fold one closed following my instructions to check to see that they made sense. The second is that at the bottom you'll notice something I haven't put on a box before. Permission to copy. What that means is that instead of using up all your black ink to make a bunch of them, you can take it down to your local copy shop and make copies on any color cardstock you like. The instructions are in color so they won't copy correctly, but the designs themselves are black and white. So you can print off a copy at home, take it to your local copy shop, and make copies to assemble and fill with treats for party guests or trick or treaters. Non-commercial uses means you aren't going to sell them, but generally, I'm okay with sales for pin money. Using them filled with treats at a local bazaar, that sort of thing. I don't want people taking my designs and selling them on the web or mass producing them. As usual, click on the image for the full sized version.