Halloween Candy Box Dispenser Featuring The Silhouette SD

Today’s cool treat dispenser is a new favorite of mine!  Perfect for any occasion, but fitted out for Halloween, I created this using my Silhouette Studio Designer Edition Software.  For Papercrafters Library members, you will recieve both my Silhouette files so that you can cut it out on your Silhouette machine, or if you do not have the Silhouette machine, a template will soon be provided, which you can use to trace your pieces.  Please note that no Silhouette purchasable files are included (spiders, toxic treats and Beware sign), and the treat box is made without using any purchasable files.  PCL members can access the videos HERE (make sure you are logged in first).

Now I have to say that I love how this turned out, and I love the fact that my machine was used to cut out every single layer!  I did not have to hand cut a single scrap of paper lol.  Assembly was fairly simple, and unlike the Tea box which was made a while ago, this lid is a folded lid which can easily be opened to refill your container.


  • Silhouette purchased cut files: Toxic Treats Halloween Phrase, Spider, Haunted Beware Label
  • Paper:  Basic Black CS, Really Rust CS (Stampin’Up!), Avalanche (Bazzill), Designer paper
  • Ink:  Rusty Hinge, Chipped Sapphire Distress ink (Ranger)
  • Other:  Tombow multi-purpose glue, mini glue dots, Sticky Strip, Sponges, Basic Rhinestones (Stampin’ Up!),   Silhouette SD, white Pan Pastel, Soft tool, Fake spider Web, Dimensionals, Eyeball chocolates



4 replies on “Halloween Candy Box Dispenser Featuring The Silhouette SD”

  1. LOVE this! I’m already thinking of the Lindt truffles I love at Christmas time, and how nicely they’d fit in this. Thanks!

  2. I would love to make something like this for the holiday chocolates, but I don’t have a silhouette. Anyway you would be willing to share an svg or pdf file?

  3. Hi Jacki:
    this project was made into a PDF, and will be available in the PCL library shortly. I am not sure if I can convert it easily into an SVG file, but I can certainly give it a shot 🙂

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