Hi! It's Barb from Crafty Girl, here to show you the darling little Halloween treat baskets I made for my daughter's upcoming Halloween party! These are quick and easy to make and are a project that you can complete with your child! I love those kind of projects!
Cardstock of various colors (I used DCWV)
A scoring board
You will want to start with a square. The square is going to be divided into thirds. To make the math simple for me, I used 6 inch and 9 inch squares.
Using your scoring board, you are going to score lines dividing the square into thirds. If you started with a 6 inch square, you will score on the 2 inch and 4 inch lines. You then want to rotate your paper 90 degrees and repeat. You will have 9 equal squares when you finish. (If you started with a 9 inch square, score at the 3 inch and 6 mark.)
You will then want to cut on the folds on both sides. Do not cut into the middle section of your square. You can see in the photo exactly where I cut. Fold all the score lines to form your basket.
Have fun making these fun treat baskets and Happy Halloween!