Treasure Chest Boxes
Great Party Favors
These were purchased for a luau. I filled them with "gold" chocolate coins, mini-organza bags of M&M's and some others had popcorn. They were a huge hit (particularly the popcorn). I strong recommend these. Be aware, though, that they are very lightweight and will not hold up to over-filling. I think that's why the popcorn worked so well.
June 30, 2010
Perfect size for a goodie bag
These were a big hit at my sons party. I was able to get several items inside them and they looked very nice and held up well.
March 13, 2014
Used for party favors and they were just too cute.
All the boys were thrilled when they saw their treasure chests.
Size is good to fit a few toys and candy with no problem (they are not too big so they don't look empty)
Assembly was very easy
March 5, 2014
September 10, 2012
The detail in printing is excellent
The piece is very nice looking and worked well for our event although it would be nicer on heavier paper for the price it was a real bargain.,
May 24, 2011
Very flimsy. Children could not put together and the bottom wouldn't hold the shape. I am sending them back.
October 20, 2010
Treasure Chest Boxes
They were thinner than what I had hoped for. They were cute for decorations, but not sure they would hold very much without reinforcing the bottom.
July 26, 2010
Was a huge hit with the Trick-Or-Treaters. We placed the candy in these boxes, before handing them out. Kids loved them!
November 3, 2009
A Fun Twist on Goody Bags
I really liked these boxes and the idea that each little pirate would get to bring home treasures. I had a good space for the small toys and candy I wanted to place in the treasure chest boxes. At first they were a little difficult to assemble but once I figured it out it became very, very easy. A few boxes were hard to get closed and once you closed the lid, they were a little hard to open back up but most were a breeze to open. That's the only reason why I gave the quality 4 stars instead of 5. The top of the boxes never popped open on their own. For me, this was a great purchase.
[INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO FOLD] I can¿¿¿t remember if you have to glue the one side but here are the directions if you have to, if not skip to the folding part.
Pre-Fold on creases except for top("Hinges"). Glue the small white flap (on the left of the back where the hinges are) to the INSIDE of the box. (Side where the handle is) Start the bottom only when you know that the side is securely adhered and dry.
[FOLDING THE BOTTOM]
Fold the first flap that is connect to the front of the box down to where it will shape the bottom of the box. (90 degrees or and upside down L shape) Then curve the two identical flaps (connect to the handle sides of the box) into the grooves of the first flap. The side flaps should be on top with the little bumps underneath the first flap. Tuck your last flap in-between the first and side flaps (underneath the long line created by the first flap). Now you have a treasure box.
September 23, 2009