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How to Make Castanic, Popori, and Pumpkinhead Treat Boxes


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In order to make these, you’ll need:

  • Scissors or a (safe) sharp blade
  • Clear tape
  • A printed TERA treat box or ovolith image (preferably on card stock).


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1.  Carefully cut away the excess white paper from around the design.



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2.  Make one straight mountain fold (high part toward you, edges away) where the body meets the flaps on the bottom of the box. Unfold.

3.  Make four mountain folds between each body segment to form the main shape of the box. Unfold.



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4.  Take a small piece of tape and add it to the back of the tab.



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5.  Refold the main box shape. Apply the tape on the tab to the inside of the cutout to secure it.



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6.  Fold the two rectangular bottom flaps in first, then interlock the feet so they hold.



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7.  Valley fold the arms straight away from the body, then use a 45-degree mountain fold at the shoulder to make the arms aim straight forward beside the character. Bend the arms to position them to your liking.



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How to Make a Dangling Ovolith Spider—The Terrifying Treat Protector!


With the ovolith, everything is mostly upside down. It’s easier if you’ve already made a treat box.


1.  Carefully cut away the excess white paper from around the design.



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2.  Make one straight mountain fold where the body meets the flaps of the dome of the box. Unfold.

3.  Make four mountain folds along the body segments to form the main shape of the box. Unfold.

4.  Take a small piece of tape and add it to the back side of the tab.



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5.  Refold the main box shape. Apply the tape on the tab to the inside of the cutout to secure it.

6.  Fold the two rectangular bottom flaps in first, then tape the other two flaps to form a peak.

7.  For added strength, score the length of each leg down the center. Crease a slight mountain fold into the dagger-shaped portion of each leg. This wedge shape will help the ovolith support its weight.



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8.  Valley fold the legs and neck next to the body, and mountain fold the legs where they widen at the knee.

9.  Valley fold the neck up from the body, and mountain fold the head down at the neck.



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10.  String can be pierced through the peak of the ovolith or taped on for hanging.



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