Lawn Fawn Intro: Scalloped Treat Box, Put a Bow on It

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s Fall/Winter 2016 Inspiration and Release Week! We are just so excited about this week! We are featuring 4 stamp sets, 7 standalone dies, 2 new ink pads with reinkers and our Perfectly Plaid Fall collection!
All of our Fall/Winter 2016 products will be available on August 25th! Until then we will have fun posts with design team projects, intro videos with Kelly, and giveaways!

We already have three places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Our Jump for Joy, Leafy Tree Backdrops post!!
Our Happy Howloween, Stitched Tree Borders post!!
AND today’s post too! πŸ™‚

Today is our showcase of Scalloped Treat Box, the latest in our 3D Lawn Cuts series! We will also highlight Put a Bow on It, a die set that makes adorable bows in three sizes to add to gift packages, cards and craft projects!
The design team has made the most amazing samples!
We also have a little video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using these Lawn Cuts dies!

Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

 The cute little ghost from Booyah looks adorable peeking through the window of Yainea‘s adorable Scalloped Treat Box design! She cut the window using a Just For You Labels coordinating die and covered it with acetate. I love how she filled the treat boxes with colorful candy!

Let’s Polka in the Dark paper and Stitched Tree Borders provide the perfect spooky backdrop for Chari‘s cute Spooktacular decorated Scalloped Treat Box! She finished the design with a fun star-shaped tag from Tiny Tags!

Elena dressed up her adorable Scalloped Treat Box for Fall using Jump for Joy, Small Stitched Leaves and Perfectly Plaid Fall papers! So sweet!

 Lizzy‘s watermelon Scalloped Treat Box design is adorable! She created the box from Guava cardstock and added a strip of Let’s Polka in the Meadow paper to the bottom. The finishing touch is a cute tag from Tiny Tags with a Tiny Tag Sayings greeting! So cute!

 Elise‘s beautiful and festive holiday card features a pretty Put a Bow on It bow die cut from Perfectly Plaid Winter! I love how she created her fun greeting by combining Scripty Wishes in Narwhal cardstock with a sentiment from Merry Messages stamped in Narwhal ink!

 I love how Lizzy used Put a Bow on It  and Perfectly Plaid Christmas paper to add a decorative touch these cute place-cards! She stamped out the names using Violet’s ABCs!

 The smallest Put a Bow on It bow looks adorable on this heart shaped tag from our new Tiny Tags Lawn Cuts set! I love how Chari arranged the tags in a grid pattern and added the sweet message from Tiny Tag Sayings!

 Melissa M. created a fun Scalloped Treat Box with Apple Cobbler paper from Perfectly Plaid Fall and arranged a cute Jump for Joy scene!

Perfectly Plaid Fall paper and a sweet basket of apples from Thanks a Bushel decorate Melissa S‘s Scalloped Treat Box. I love how she added the sentiment on a kraft tag!

 Nicole made a set of Scalloped Treat Boxes in different Perfectly Plaid Fall patterns. I love how she used the smallest bow from Put a Bow on It, they look adorable!

 Lynnette created her Scalloped Treat Box using Perfectly Plaid Christmas paper. Add a cute Tiny Tag and a small Put a Bow on It bow and it’s ready to be filled with a sweet gift!

Audrey chose Perfectly Plaid Christmas Rudolph paper as the backdrop for the sweet Thanks a Bushel image! The scalloped tag from Tiny Tags and Stitched Scalloped Border in kraft add cute detail to this fresh Scalloped Treat Box design!

Latisha added some Halloween fun to her Scalloped Treat Box with Put a Bow on It bow and a tag stamped with images from Plan on It: Holidays!

Now, I have a little video for you showing Scalloped Treat Box in action and some fun things you can do with it. I hope you enjoy it! You can watch it below or at our YouTube channel.


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And here’s a video showing Put a Bow on It in action and some fun things you can do with it. I hope you enjoy it! You can watch it below or at our YouTube channel.



Thanks so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Scalloped Treat Box and Put a Bow on It! Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us how you would fill the Scalloped Treat Box by August 24th at 5:00pm EDT, and we will randomly pick one winner for Put a Bow on It! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!)

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Monday August 22th for our next inspiration week post!
Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration and release week! Your comments, tweets, facebook, instagram and YouTube messages mean so much to us! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys! πŸ™‚

Scalloped Treat Box – available August 25
Put a Bow On It – available August 25
Thanks a Bushel – available August 25
Jump for Joy – available August 25
Merry Messages – available August 25
Plan On It: Holidays – available August 25
Tiny Tags – available August 25
Tiny Tag Sayings – available August 25
Stitched Tree Borders – available August 25
Scripty Wishes – available August 25
Dotted Rectangle Stackables – available August 25
Dotted Circle Stackables – available August 25
Perfectly Plaid Fall – available August 25
Perfectly Plaid Winter – available August 25
Perfectly Plaid Christmas – available August 25
Narwhal Cardstock – available August 25
Narwhal Ink Pad – available August 25
Storm Cloud Ink Pad – available August 25

Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

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408 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Scalloped Treat Box, Put a Bow on It

  1. Some fab inspiration! I would fill them with some homemade truffles and maybe try to fit in a couple of miniature crafty goodies (tube of glitter/pack of gems/washi tape?). I think they'd be fab little presents to give my crafting pals:)

    Laura K x

  2. I would fill the treat box with so many different things – candy corn or m&ms for my niece and nephew, maybe a nail varnish for my sister or handmade fudge. So much potential!

  3. I would use the treat box for Halloween, Christmas, and Valentine's Day. They would contain peanut butter cups in October, LIndor balls in December, and a window showing red, pink, and white M&Ms in February.

  4. Those gift boxes are all so amazing. They would be great to fill up with candy for little teacher gifts. The little bow die is beyond cute and so versatile.

  5. Oh, looove these!! So cute!
    I would certainly put some candies in the treat box! Though, I would also use it for sweet little gifts as well…maybe some jewelry or homemade soap, etc. I have to say, the possibilities would be endless! πŸ˜‰

  6. I love the projects! I would fill the boxes with Hershey Kisses and mini peanut butter cups! If I knew someone's favorite candy though, I would use that instead. Like I have a friend who doesn't like chocolate so I would put Pearson's Nut Rolls (mini) in hers.

  7. Wow today's projects are full of great inspiration for both the Scalloped Treat Box and Put a Bow on It. The treat box would be full of candy treats for birthday guests, little trinkets for shower game prizes and surprise gifts from Santa for Christmas. They would be a great alternate for money gifts than the usual money card.
    I also love the bowtie dies. We are having a bowtie party in December and these would be perfect.
    DebbieC

  8. I love the new scalloped great box die!!! There are so many things I could use it for, but I think one fun one would be for Christmas advent calendars!!!

  9. Wow! All of these sample projects are super cute!!! So many possibilities for filling that treat box—candies, trail mix, embellishments for crafty friends, etc. Love it!!!

  10. Completely crushing over the treat box; they'd be fabulous to make gifts (at several points during the year…beginning of school, Thanksgiving, Halloween, Christmas….) for my niece's Gr. 1 class (all 60 students…I know…crazy huge!) and her teachers. I'd fill them with a couple of small-sized sweet treats, and a couple of school themed items…a wee notebook and pencil come to mind. Fantastic inspiration from the team!
    ~carol

  11. These bows and boxes could not be any cuter! I'd use the little boxes at a craft show to package the jewelry I make, and to package a giftcard for keno night with friends πŸ™‚ I really enjoyed the how-to video.

  12. Lawn Fawn is always so thoughtful when it comes to the details! Love the stitched look on the treat box! I think I would fill it up with one-bite brownies/cookies and give it a coworker!

  13. I adore the details on this box! I'm not that creative, I think I would just fill it with halloween candy and make a bunch as favors for my kids' halloween parties!

  14. Boxes 'n bows…. yes, please! Love these fun creations! I would use the boxes for the holidays when I give some homemade goodies to neighbors and friends! I made some almond bars and snowball cookies that would be perfect to put in there!

  15. I've got a birthday to plan for the end of next month so I would definitely use them as party favor boxes with little surprises for all the kids to take home.

  16. There is some serious cuteness in here!! OMG! I absolutely love the treat boxes!The bows are so sweet!
    I would fill teh treat boxes with tons of candy like..Jolly Ranchers, M & M's, Toootie Roll Pops, and some gum..I especially love Bazooka!!

  17. I would put a window on the side with a little bag of cheddar Gold Fish showing thru and give it a nautical theme/scene! I CAN'T WAIT to get my hands on this scalloped box. Adorabl!!!

  18. Squeal! So cute … LOVE the Scalloped Treat Box, and the Bows … Zoinks! Gonna have to get these πŸ™‚ I think just about everything would look cute in the Scalloped Treat Box, but I think I would first fill it with candy corns and make a Halloween box out of it! So much fun! THANK YOU Kelly Marie, Erica, and Mike for all the Lawn Fawn goodness. You all rock!

  19. Those treat boxes are fabulous in plaid!! I'd have to fill them with mulled cider packets or chewy oatmeal cookies for a comfy fall sweet treat.

  20. There are so many things you can put in this treat box. Package a few homemade mini cookies; M & M's; jewelry; cat or dog treats; stitch markers and a tape measure for a knitter; an emergency sewing kit.

  21. These little boxes and bows are so cute! I would use them to make treat boxes for my daughter's students. I've made lots of treat bags and boxes for them in the past using other Lawn Fawn products, and they love them. Thanks for the chance to win!

  22. What would I fill the Scalloped Treat box with? Chocolate of course! My boys are grown, have graduated college and are out on their own, so it's just myself and my husband, oh and the dog and cat, LOL!! So my husband loves Hershey Kisses so I would put those in the Scalloped Treat box and give it to my awesome hubby. He takes care of me since I became sick two years ago so he deserves treats whenever I can give them for all he does for me πŸ™‚

  23. OH! I want this little treat box die SO MUCH! All of the DT's creations are totally adorable! I would fill that sweet little treat box with mini Milk Bone biscuits for all of my furbaby's puppy friends in the neighborhood and decorate it with your petty patterned papers and your new Happy Howloween set! I'd love to use ot for adult friends too filling it with candy corn or Reese's Pieces during Halloween and Hershey's kisses at Valentine's day and mini candy canes at Christmas! There are So many uses! I definitely must add this die to my collection at some point! It's fabulous! Thanks for the chance to win it! πŸ™‚

  24. I love your package dies. They are such a great size for treats! I would fill the little box at Halloween with Smarties for the little kids in our neighbourhood. At Thanksgiving (October for Canada), they would make great little treat boxes at each place setting…filled with chocolate treats of course!

  25. I like to give Almond Rochas as treats or peanut butter chocolates for my husband. I'd like to give Easter chocolates as well and decorate the box with the bunnies from Eggstra Special Easter would be so cute!

  26. I just watched the video… sigh… poor wallet!! it's so amazingly cute! I MUST have these… :-)) So I would fill it with candies (like m&m's or jelly beans) of course for kids, and for adults I would put in some Lindor truffles… soo yummy!! :-)))

  27. SQUEAL!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE these ALL and the AMAZING Designs!! I'd Fill them with Snack and Presents for my Kiddos and their School Treats or for just Gifts to Give to Friends!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS RELEASE WEEK!! =)

  28. I already have the Tote Bag which I think is my favourite die so far, but these ones… oh my. I would fill it with my homemade pralines (the one with an opening to show what's inside = wow!). My favorite to make is dark chocolate "shell" and white mint filling. I adore the new plaid papers. I need them all and the heart tag… As always, design team has nailed it again. Cudos!

  29. Treats for my co-workers for Breast Cancer awareness next month(pink mom's, nail polish) and then treat boxes for all the kiddos in the family both big & small!

  30. These projects are positively delightful! Can't wait to see the tiny bow dies! I'm also looking forward to the stamp set that includes the basket of apples. Just too many new goodies to keep in mind and comment on now! I'm ready for the August 25th release day!

  31. I love those scalloped boxes and they are even more fun with a window to see what is inside! I would put mini chocolate chip cookies inside πŸ™‚

  32. These boxes and bows are the cutest! I'd have to fill them up with candies (maybe M&M's, my personal fave?) for my kids' teachers. First day of school is tomorrow – ack!

  33. I love, love, love this treat box! A must have on my list. Now if I was getting this box I would love to find a piece of jewelry in it, but if I am filling it, it would probably be a gift card with some of the recipient's favorite candies.

  34. I love them all! The treat box would be perfect for creating party favors and filling them with goodies that match whatever party theme I have. So excited to get this once it's released!

  35. Okay – you hit this one out of the park today! I love all of the treat boxes but this is one is my new favorite – it is fabulous! I will fill it with candy for grandkids, jewelry for daughters, I will use it for lots of things. And those bow are awesome!

  36. These boxes and bows are so awesome. I know exactly what I'd would put in these boxes…My daughter is a jewellery designer and when she does Etsy shows, etc. these would be great to put the boxed jewels in. They would be beautiful for that made with metallic papers. Packaging you buy for these things can be pretty standard. These would be awesome and unique! Thanks for the chance to win.

  37. The scalloped little treat box and put a bow on it are such adorable dies!! I love all of the design teams amazing inspiration! I would put Halloween m&ms inside! I love the festive colors and how can you go wrong with chocolate! My favorite are the peanut butter M&M's!

  38. For halloween I would fill the treat box with some Dracula teeth & candy and for Xmas I would fill it with gingerbread cookies, mini of course! The possibilities are endless!

  39. Some Halloween treat boxes would be fun with some candy corn or for thanksgiving a bunch of reasons why you're thankful for the recipient (with candy of course)!

  40. Some Halloween treat boxes would be fun with some candy corn or for thanksgiving a bunch of reasons why you're thankful for the recipient (with candy of course)!

  41. Oh dear! You could use these cute treat boxes for so many occasions!!! Wedding favors, Halloween parties, Easter, and so many other things!!

    I personally would fill them with jelly beans!

  42. I love you projects! Te little box is just adorable what a great talent you have ! Super inspired and anxious to play with this new set 😁

  43. I would fill those cute little boxes with candy corn, my fall candy favorite!!
    Can't wait to get my hands on the little bows too….only 4 more days until the 25th πŸ™‚

  44. I would use the cookies and milk stamp set to decorate the outside & stuff the treat box with homemade chocolate chip cookies & a pack of hot chocolate! PERFECT!
    diane

  45. Oh wow… I really LOVE the new scalloped treat box and the bows!!!! I suck at making bows so these would be soooo perfect for me! I would fill the scalloped treat box up with some Halloween cookies or Christmas cookies during the Holidays… maybe fill it up with a gift card inside the Lawn Fawn pillow box and put that inside it with some slipper socks and a small bottle of lotion or bubble bath…. make it a cute little spa gift!
    Hugs,
    Jo
    xox

  46. I would fill the Scalloped Treat Box with some candies (like Smarties), or home made cookies, or a give card. The treat box is great for so many things.

  47. I love the idea of filling the box with candy for Halloween.
    I will also put gift cards in them. I give my Grandchildren one card every Christmas to treat themselves and this year they won't know it – because you have shown me a different box to put them in. Thank you so much for all the ideas. The Design team did a wonderful job, love the new plaid paper – wonderful colours!

  48. Great inspiration! Everything looks awesome. Because all 4 of my kids like different things …. we would have a variety of candy or treats of some sort depending on what season we are making the boxes for.

  49. Oh what a cute box! I just love it- would like to make it for giving gift cards, & for giving small treats to the grandkids. What an adorable look!

  50. I would fill these sweet little boxes with sweet little candies! M and M's, Reeses Pieces and Candy Corn would all match for boxes decorated for Fall. For Christmas, I'd use Christmas colored M and M's, peppermints, or homemade fudge or truffles.

  51. I don't know if I can handle the cuteness of these projects! They would be so great for party favors or Christmas presents for neighbors with Christmas cookies inside πŸ™‚

  52. What fantastic new products! I am loving the bows especially! What would I put into those darling treat boxes? Reese's Peanut Butter cups, of course!

  53. What fantastic new products! I am loving the bows especially! What would I put into those darling treat boxes? Reese's Peanut Butter cups, of course!

  54. Oh I just LOVE that scalloped gable style treat box!! I would most likely fill it with Christmas cookies because I'm always told that I need to make cookies and everyone gets to pick out their favorite…so I'd fill each one with their favorite cookies! πŸ™‚ LOL!! Super cute examples!!

  55. That treat box is too cute! It would be good for so many occasions! You could use them as Thanksgiving table place cards and put little after dinner mints in them!

  56. I love all the projects here! Thanks for a new inspiration week πŸ™‚ I could imagine to fill a scallop box with nail polish for a good friend of mine πŸ™‚

  57. I would fill the treat box with gift cards or BOAT loads of candy!!!! I really hope I win this giveaway because I don't have enough money and I AM TOTALLY IN LOVE with this release and especially this stuff!! Love Put a Bow on It!!! Thank you for this opportunity!!! Thank you!!!

  58. I would de fill it with gingerbread cookies for Christmas, candies for Halloween with some plastic spiders, chocolates for Valentine and nail polish and manicure products with a mini notebook for a girlfriend birthday. I love it is so versatile.

  59. Oh my goodness! I love this , what I would I mean WILL DO! Is put a Baggie filled with home made bath salts! I make and sell them and everyone is always wanting them and buying them for gifts! I think this treat box would make a wonderful marketing gist fill with a relaxing bath salt Baggie or sugar scrub Baggie!can my wait to start pumping them out!

  60. This Scalloped treat box is just fabulous ! My kids would love too have some candies and some mini chocolates and of course a little funny card inside the box!

  61. These treat boxes are so adorable. It's a must to have. I would fill it up with tons and tons of chocolate candies. And it would be good to give out as back to school presents to kids, with some erasers, pencil sharpener, crayons, and markers.

  62. I can never get enough of the cute treat boxes! I want to use one of lawn fawn's treat boxes as a wedding favor for our plate setting, problems is I like them all so choosing one of them is going to be hard >,<

    1. Also, last year I used the Candy box and made about 50 or so boxes and filled them with candy and passed them out to trick-or-treaters. I plan on doing the same thing this year and I think that this treat box would make it a lot easier to close each box rather then trying each end with twine.

  63. Oh, I love the bows! I can't tie them so these are great!

    And the treat box is perfect! I'd fill it with family faves–Swedish fish for my husband and M&Ms for my boys.

  64. DELIGHTFUL bows and SWEET treat box, LOVE the PRETTY projects shared to inspire!!!
    We have bundles of birthdays coming up and I think that they would be perfect filled with gift cards and maybe some delicious Lindt Balls as a gift.
    Dare I think ahead to Halloween? How cool would it be to have a tub of these filled with treats and our spooky visitors could each take one away with them, gobble up the goodies inside and be able to use it again and again!!! Thank You for the video Kelly, you make it look SO EASY … and kind of ADDICTIVE πŸ™‚

  65. I just love these little treat boxes! So fun for any occasion. I'd love to use them for teacher gifts! I'm always looking for creative ways to give the teachers treats during teacher appreciation week!

  66. Can't even explain how much I love these scalloped treat boxes! They seem the perfect size, big enough for a good amount of candy but still small and cute πŸ™‚ I would fill mine with See's milk chocolate balls or some mini m&ms!

  67. The treat boxes are so so so so so adorable!! And the bows ~ love them!! I would fill the treat boxes with sweets – perfect for wedding favours too!

  68. I would make 2. One for my niece and nephew. I would fill one with Reece's for Molly and peanut free candy for Nikolas. ❀️ These treat boxes are awesome!

  69. These are amazing dies!!! I can't wait to pick them up. So versatile and cute. I would probably fill them with what works with the season. I kind of want to fill them with small bag of tea leaves since most people I know don't eat candy (besides me haha).

  70. Super cute! I'd use these treat boxes for party favors… my niece is having her first birthday party with a flamingo theme. The flamingo would be cute on these boxes.

  71. I just adore the treat box. I would love to have it and fill up 24 advent boxes for my kids for Christmas. I would fill them with candy, gift cards and other little surprises! So much fun!

  72. I love the scallop treat box! I would make a little goodie bag, fill it with little mini stamps and a mini ink pad! And of course, candy!!

  73. I love all your treat box and bag dies but this one is of course my new favorite! I love to fill these with the recipients favorite candy and personalized note to suit the occasion.

  74. I can't wait to fill this treat box with chocolate covered espresso beans and coffee gift cards to share with our neighbors and friends this holiday season! A little plaid bow will be the perfect topper!

  75. I would fill it with treats for My two dogs or lego for My wife or sequins for myself…. Or just with some good old choclate candy for everybody. /Vanessa

  76. I would fill the treat boxes with Skippers from Vermont Nut Free Chocolates. I love M&Ms, but can't buy them due to my husband's nut allergy, so Skippers are the best alternative to the real thing.

  77. These boxes are available in miscellaneous provision and also in the modified versions. We offer them in diverse categories like Heavy Duty Corrugated Boxes, Industrial grooved boxes and Corrugated Carton Box Packaging Box

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