This truffle box was our thank you token to the kids’ Sunday School Teachers this year. The day I planned on making the truffles, we were snowed in and unable to get to the store for containers. A Google search produced this nifty template from Mirkwood Designs, and we thought cereal boxes would be cute. I reuse the bounty of cereal boxes our family plows through in place of newspaper for art projects, as magazine organizers, and now, as gift boxes.
One deconstructed cereal box holds 4 templates. We used scissors to cut along the outside shape and an exacto knife to score as needed.
Ty was my truffle maker. I helped minimally. He did a great job!
Each box held 4 truffles. We tied on a painted Christmas bulb along with a note from the kids.
These would also make nice Valentines; filled with small soaps, chocolates, or toys. Enjoy!