Welcome to Witnessing Wednesday!
Witnessing Wednesday is going to be filled with witnessing ideas for kids and adults, ideas for ministry, and church projects that I have done for my Sunday School kids!
This week I am going to show you the little fall treat boxes that I have done for them :-)
I used Lisa's Punkin Set....it is just adorable and came with matching paper....it was just too much for me to resist!
First, I printed out a bunch of little punkins to trim out while sitting at gymnastics, waiting in the car, and eating lunch at my mother-in-law's house on Sundays (yes, my MIL has us over for dinner every other week and I get spoiled with fried chicken, mash potatoes and gravy, and PIE :-) Yummy!)
Here is a closeup of my trimmed up punkin! It really went pretty quick and easy!
Next, I started with a little box that I found at the dollar store....but making your own would be easy enough! They just popped up and I glued my digi paper to them :-) I printed a complete 8.5x11 sheet of paper and then trimmed it to size. If you were to print it on cardstock, you could make a quick little box out of it in a flash....especially if you have some sort of cutting machine!
Next, I added a little pop up tape (poppin dots, what ever you have to make it dimensional) to attach my punkin to the front of my box.
I found the orange cellophane at Hobby Lobby! I wrapped some candy corn in to the cellophane and tied it with a black and white piece of bakers twine. I added some more candy in the box and now I am ready for our fall party at church! I'm so excited to have them done this early! I have 12 little boxes already sitting and ready to go!
These would also be a sweet little treat to make up for the elderly that are shut in or in nursing homes in your church! I better make a few more!
I hope you will enjoy making these little treat boxes! Check back on Wednesdays for more ministry ideas!
Hope your day is filled with crafting and blessings galore!