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Little Halloween Box

Today's video is on how to make the Frankenstein box or a Kit Kat Holder.  The only size difference is the hair measurements (the hair on the Kit Kat holder is 2 1/2, versus 2 3/4 on the box).

Little Halloween boxes

I made the Dracula, Mummy, Frankenstein and three other boxes.  The box measurements are the same, I just decorated it differently.

Supply list to make the Frankenstein Box:

  • Old Olive Cardstock 2 pieces 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 and score at 1 3/8 on two sides & bottom
  • Black Marker
  • Hair is a Grass die found at our local scrapbook store (measures 2 3/4 x 1 3/8)
  • White Eyes - 3/4 Circle
  • Black Eyes - 1/2 Circle
  • Old Olive Eyelids - 3/4 Circle  (cut in half)
  • Old Olive Nose - 1/2 Circle (cut in half)
  • Stampin' Dimensionals
  • Black ink
  • Sponge
  • Adhesive
  • Template for mouth

Notes for Kit Kat Holder

  • Hair will measure 2 1/2 x 1 3/8
  • 10 1/2" Black Grosgrain ribbon needed for handle
  • Modern Label Punch to punch for the candy bar

Here's two more pictures of the other boxes.....Little halloween box

Supply List:

  • Twick or Tweet Stamp set #116497
  • Scallop Circle Punch - Black cardstock #109043
  • Word Window Punch - White Cardstock #105090
  • Old Olive Cardstock - Box
  • Cast a Spell Designer Paper #115677
  • Black Grosgrain Ribbon#115605
  • Watercolor Pencils #
  • Blender Pen #102845
  • Crop a dile (used to make the holes for the ribbon) #108362
  • 1 3/8 Circle Punch - White Cardstock #104401
  • 1 1/2 Circle from Circles #2 die #114526 - Pumpkin Pie Cardstock

Twick or Tweet bite

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Adorable boxes, Angie! You always come up with unique ideas!
I keep meaning to ask you ... what type of "tool" are you using in the videos that allows you to pick up the smallest punched out pieces (small circles etc.)? It's not anything I've seen in the SU! product line. I'm not sure if the pointy, pen-like tip is sticky or not, but it's the perfect tool for picking up any smaller pieces (eyes; nose ...) so you can easily adhere them to your project.

Thanks for sharing another fun idea!

Love your video's. Your projects are so adorable. I especially love the way you talk to yourself when you are making your projects. I do the same thing and was on the verge of thinking I was going crazy.


I love this box you came up with Angie! Just brilliant, getting two boxes out of one piece of cardstock! And so many different treats will fit in it. TFS!!!!

Great box Angie - I am already thinking of all the ways it could be decorated. I love that you can make something so cute, but so economical too. Great for make and takes. Thanks so much.

Thank you for sharing this box and how to make it. I have to get started making about 20 of them for my son's Kindergarten class. I am treat Mom for Halloween. They will love getting treats in this adorable box! Thank you again!

I like the option of having a bigger box for 'non candy' items for halloween treats for school. Thanks for sharing!

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You come up with the cutest things.........just love all the things you make, I can't wait for my great grandson to get in school so I can make his class all these goodies......thanks again ....patm

What a great design to use and change with the season.
Love your tuts. Thanks Bunches!!!!!!!!!!!!!

thank you Angie for your little boxes, I have made one and put it on my blog with reference to you, I hope you will visit my post
Than you for the inspiration

Nathalie from France


How did you make the "hair line" for the vampire? I really would like to make this for my son's class because he will be a vampire this halloween.

Keri from Hawaii

youe a genuis i love your ideas

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