4th of July Treats – Printable Milk Cartons

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Darling little 4th of July Treats, all wrapped up in a cute printable carton! Download our free printables and make this fun treat today!

Here are a few more 4th of July ideas we think you’ll love – 4th of July Banner, Bike Parade Invitations, and Sparkler Safety Cups.

4th of July Treats in boxes

These darling 4th of July milk carton treat boxes are perfect for hiding some festive treats to give away as a gift, or as a party favor! And creating them could not be any easier- if you have a printer and some paper you are good to go! Here is how to make them:

supplies needed for july treat boxes

4th of July Treat Boxes


  • printable (download below)
  • printer + cardstock (regular paper works too!)
  • scissors
  • tape
  • patriotic-colored candies
how to make milk carton treat boxes


  1. Download the free printable and print it out.
  2. Cut the milk carton out along the solid lines, then score + fold as noted on the printable, securing with tape, as needed.
  3. Fill up each box with red, white, and blue candies, and then tape the top closed.
  4. Give them to your kids, your neighbors, family & friends!

Pretty simple. 😉

Treat Box Printable

To download these printables, enter your name and email in the form below. A new window will open when you click “submit” and you’ll be able to download the file to your computer.

Please note: These printables are for personal use only. Please do not mass-produce, distribute, or claim them to be your own. Please do not sell these printables, digitally or otherwise. Thanks for understanding!

Hope you all have a fantastic Fourth of July!! –xoxo

collage of images showing how to make 4th of july treat boxes

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  1. What a great printable idea! This could be used for so many ideas! Just love it and I had to share it with my followers too!

  2. AWESOME! Thanks so much. Shared on Twitter and on my FB page! HAVE A SAFE and HAPPY 4th! Bette