Free French Fry Favor Box Template!

Hi Friends! Today I have a fun french fry favor box that you can craft and fill with goodies for someone! You can snag my free template here. You can print it right from my website (select landscape to print the same size I used) or download it and save it!


I printed mine on green cardstock but you can also print it on sturdy double-sided patterned paper too, just make sure to print on the side that will be the inside of the box to hide the scoring lines. Watch the video for instructions:


  • free fry box template 
  • green cardstock
  • hot glue
  • ruler
  • scissors
  • bone folder or butter knife
  • stamps and ink
  • die cuts or other embellishments
  • Mardi Gras Beads
  • snacks to put in the box


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Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

5 Responses

  1. I haven’t had breakfast, so those treats look very yummy to me. Thank you for the free template, my grand kids will love it.


  2. This question doesn’t have anything to do with the project from today, but I was just watching your video about mounting and unmounting stamps and noticed you were using the Archival ink by Ranger. My question is this-can this ink replace my black Stazon Ink in it’s uses? I have several of the Stazon inks to use when I needed something permanent, whether stamping on tiles, glass, plastic or whatever. I have been less than happy with them when I would go back to use them after they have set awhile. I have tried your suggestion with the alcohol and it helps, but not always enough. I’ve heard a little about the Archival inks and it sounds as though it might be a good option. I just wasn’t sure if it could do all the things that the Stazon ink is know for. Thank you!


    • Hi Kristy, I would not trust the archival not to wash off tiles or glass but it is permanent on paper to paint over with watercolor. I feel the same way you do about Staz-on but in the case of glass, tile or metal it is the one I go to. Make sure you have a reinker to refresh the pad often, it need reinking more often and any other pag.


  3. Thanks for sharing the template. I have seen a couple dies for this shape and have been interested in the projects made with them. Alas, I do not have a die cutting machine. The template will work great for Easter treats, too.


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