I started with the birthday treat box, so let's check out those details first.
I adhered clear cardstock behind the window opening and assembled the box, filling with candy before I closed the flaps. It fits three Lindt truffles with plenty of space. I imagine homemade truffles would fit just as well.
Next, I die cut a tag shape. I used the larger of the two rectangle dies. I stamped it with a Bite Size Tags frame and sentiment and lightly sponged top half with Spring Rain ink. Then, I die cut a scalloped medallion and stamped it with a flower from the same set. I adhered the medallion to the tag with foam tape and tied the tag to the box with baker’s twine.
Next up, I have a Truffle Tote that's more autumnal in style. You could easily make it a year-round design with a simple color and image swap.
I began by die cutting two Classic Kraft box pieces and stamped each with the "Nom Nom" sentiment from Bite Size Tags. Then, I die cut the rectangular window into one of the box pieces. I adhered clear cardstock behind the window opening and assembled the box, filling with candy before I closed the flaps. It fits ten Dove chocolates with plenty of space.
Next, I die cut the tag shape from Rustic White cardstock. I used the smaller hexagon tag for this box. I stamped it with the striped chevron image from Bite Size Tags as well as the pumpkin and sentiment.
Then I used Rustic Cream Twine and Ripe Avocado Saddle Stitch Ribbon To tie the tag to the box. Cute!