Baby Shower Treat Holder

By: Debi Adams from Sizzix

Babies are cute because of all the tiny things they need: those little clothes, little shoes, and little hats. This cute Baby Shower Treat Holder is adorable because it resembles a little baby food jar! A spoonful of creativity is all you need for this DIY baby shower decoration from Sizzix. Display these cute treat holders on party tables, filled with the future mommy's favorite candy or little trinkets. They could even be used to hold forks, knives, and spoons. Party guests will go gaga for such unique, adorable decorations.

Baby Shower Treat Holder


  • Sizzix Big Shot Machine or BIGkick Machine
  • Sizzix Bigz Dies: Ribbon, 3-D by Eileen Hull (#658978); Food Jar, 3-D & Spoon by Eileen Hull® #658981)
  • Sizzix Textured Impressions Embossing Folders: Pinwheels & Stripes set by Eileen Hull (#658989); Polka Dots & Starflowers set by Eileen Hull (#658990); Ornate Frame & Borders set by Stephanie Barnard (#658216)
  • Plain cardstock of your choice
  • Patterned paper of your choice
  • Metallic cardstock of your choice
  • Brayer
  • Button
  • Chipboard
  • Embroidery thread
  • White ink pad
  • White pen


  1. Apply Textured Impressions Folder to cardstock. Use a brayer and ink that is darker than the cardstock to color embossed image.
  2. Cover chipboard with embossed paper. Die-cut jar from chipboard and assemble.
  3. Die-cut lid from metallic paper and adhere to jar.
  4. Die-cut spoon and bow from cardstock. Assemble bow and embellish with threaded button. Embellish spoon with Texture Impression folder. Adhere bow to spoon and attach to jar.
  5. Cut a small label and a mat to fit front of jar. Embellish label with a sentiment using white pen. Stamp with border using white ink. Adhere label to mat and attach to jar.



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