Pootles 6×6 Week #6 Tiny Treat Box Tutorial

Pootles 6×6 Week #6 Tiny Treat Box Tutorial

Pootles 6x6 Week #6 Tiny Treat Box Tutorial

Okay, on a technicality, this isn’t a 6×6 project, but that’s because I’ve halved the paper. Yes, this adorable little treat box is made with a piece of paper that’s just 3 x 6″ in size.

How cute! We know I love all things in miniature, but do you? I’m sure you do too!

Pootles 6x6 Week #6 Tiny Treat Box Tutorial Single

I have visions of these as a possible wedding or party favour with just a couple of sweeties inside. And in party colours, a bowl full of these would look lovely!

I still haven’t established at what point the Rich Razzleberry candy dot went walkabout, but maybe you can spot it in the video…!

S xx


Paper – 6 x 3″ (15.25 x 7.5cm)

Score on the LONG side at 1-3/8, 2-3/4, 4-1/8, 5-1/2″ (3.5, 7, 10.5, 14cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 1″ (2.5cm)


Products used and showcased

DSP Stack – Pretty Petals, Cherry on Top

Stamp Set – Teeny Tiny Sentiments

Ink – Cucumber Crush, Rich Razzleberry

Punch – Word Window

Other – Very Vanilla and Whisper White Scraps. Brights Candy Dots, Lost Lagoon In Colour Ribbon, Whisper White Satin Ribbon, Mini Handheld Stapler


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Sam Donald

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  1. Gayla Hunt says:

    Love it! I want you to know I am a huge fan. I stay up to wait for your posts as I live on the west coast of the USA. You have made me a box fanatic :-))

  2. Hi Sam,
    Thanks for all your wonderful projects. I love especially all the bags and boxes very much!
    And by the way, you “lost” the raspberry dot at 1:33

  3. Love this. How cute. I had to start another Pinterest board since I was pinning so many of your items. They are terrific!

  4. Adorable mini boxes Sam!!

  5. Oh my word, this is adorable!!! I can’t get enough of your sweet boxes and bags, thank you so much for sharing.

  6. I, too, love everything in miniature. I know I’ll be making some these. I read your blog every day. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Kathy T says:

    So very adorable!

  8. Susan Miller says:

    Cute! Cute! Cute! I’ve said it before, I am so grateful that you are good at math. These 6×6 boxes are wonderful!

  9. Love this miniature project, got a few things to try if i get a chance to see my craft room this weekend!

  10. What a cute little box.
    Thanks you so much for you sharing your tutorials.

  11. Rebecca Massey says:

    Love this super cute box!!! Question – where did you get the box that holds your candy dots so perfectly?? I want to get some those 🙂

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