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Printable Fall Barn Treat Box

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Celebrate the arrival of autumn with a fun craft project that is perfect for holding sweet treats and small gifts. These fall barn treat boxes can be downloaded for free!

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Printable fall barn treat boxes sit on a wood surface with autumn leaves and pine cones.

Hello Crafty Friends! The first day of fall is just over a week away and to celebrate I’m sharing these cute fall barn treat boxes. Autumn is such a beautiful time of year and my family loves adventuring to apple orchards, pumpkin patches and farms. We love driving through the country and seeing the white and red barns popping out among the changing leaf colors. 

This barn treat box features lots of reminders of the fall season with pumpkins, hay stacks, sunflowers and a barn quilt in autumn colors. I love taking one of my watercolor illustrations and turning it into a box that can be used for so many different things! 

Printable fall barn treat boxes sit on a wood surface with autumn leaves and pine cones.

Fill these treat boxes with home baked goodies like cookies and candies or use them to hold small gifts. I recently used them to hold some of my favorite butterbeer cookies (the recipe is from FunMoneyMom and is so good!). We first made these butterscotch cookies to celebrate Harry Potter Day but love them so much we make them all year-round now! 

Fall farm printable treat boxes.

Two farm treat boxes with one open showing cookies wrapped in gold foil.

I love creating treat boxes for different seasons, holidays and special occasions. Be sure to check out my other DIY treat boxes that include both printable boxes like these, but also boxes that can be made using a cutting machine.

Fall Farm Treat Box

Supplies Needed

Supplies for farm treat box including scoring board, double-sided tape, scissors, and printables.

How to Assemble the Boxes

Step One: Start by printing the treat boxes on white cardstock and cutting them out. I like to use my paper trimmer to cut the large straight edges of the pieces, then I use a small craft scissors to cut out the rest.

The printable treat box is cut out with a paper trimmer.

Two pieces of the barn treat box are cut out with a scissors.

 Use a craft knife to carefully cut out the white areas in the top and bottom of the box so the box can close at the top and bottom. 

A rectangle in the handle of the treat box is cut out with a craft knife.

A thin tab is cut from the bottom of the box with a craft knife.

Step Two: Score the box and gently fold along the fold lines. I included a scoring guide with the printable box to help you know where to score. The score line at the very top of the box, underneath the handle, is folded the opposite way as the other fold lines.

The treat box pieces are scored with a stylus on a scoring board.

Two pieces of the printable treat box are folded along the score lines.

Step Three: Connect the treat box pieces together using adhesive on the tabs. I like to use 1/4″ Scor-Tape which is a strong double-sided tape perfect for treat boxes. You can also use a tape runner or craft glue. If making multiple boxes I recommend making one and filling it with your treat or gift to test your adhesive before making the rest. 

The two pieces of a fall barn treat box are adhered together along one tab.

The treat box is assembled on both tabs.

Step Four: Fold in the bottom of the box and close the handle. The box is complete! 

The bottom of the box is assembled.

Barn treat box fully assembled.

The box can now be filled with sweets, treats or small gifts. You could also use it as a fall decoration in your home or to decorate a table. 

The fall barn treat box is opened showing the inside of the box.

Two farm treat boxes with one open showing cookies wrapped in gold foil.

Printable fall barn treat boxes sit on a wood surface with autumn leaves and pine cones.

I hope you enjoyed learning how to make this fun fall barn treat box! My Cozy Cabin Treat Box and Color-Your-Own Gingerbread House Treat Box use a similar template and are perfect for Christmas. 

Happy Crafting! -Kim

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