Repurposed Plastic Container Snowman Gift Treat Box

You may remember last year when I discovered the french fried onions plastic container that I turned into a Santa Treat Box. Guess what? You can find the same french friend onion container in white. As soon as I saw it I knew that I had to make a Snowman Treat box from this repurposed plastic container.
 
This is truly a quick and easy repurposed projects and best of all, it cost me nothing.
 
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This time of year many of us are making lots of green bean casseroles for the holidays.  Simply save those plastic containers and wash them well.
 
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I raided my craft supplies and found some green felt to make a scarf for my snowman.  I found it easiest to cut fringes on both sides of one piece of felt and then wrap it over a longer piece of felt to wrap around the snowman’s neck.  This allows the scarf to lay nicely (which didn’t happen when I tried tying the scarf around the neck like you would on a person).
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Next I added a couple of buttons from my button stash and used glue dots to attach the buttons.
 
And finally I cut a piece of card stock to cover the logo on the lid of the container.  I stamped Season’s Greetings and left space to sign my family’s name.
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I’ll be using these to put homemade treats in as gifts for the neighbors and friends.  I love a quick, easy and cute project!  I can’t wait to make more of these little cuties.
 
 
 
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Comments

  1. says

    This is too funny Susan. Funny weird. Two days ago we finished off some ice cream. It came in a great red plastic container. I washed it out. I’ve been trying to figure out what to use it for – toys, crayons, piggy bank . . . We normally would use it for storing left overs but I thought we might try something different. Now I know what to do with it. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Shannon says

    love this! I knew I saved that container for a reason. I hate throwing things away and this container isn’t recyclable. I am going to put my niece’s gift into this. I am sure she will get a kick out of it. Thanks for sharing this and Happy Holidays!

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