The petal cone die is the best! I used it to create this witch hat and used the vanilla shimmer, smooch spritz to give it a little sparkle. I cut one side off, so it's only three sided then placed it on top of a large oval die cut. Now I need to come up with a clever way to access the candy without destroying the hat. :) Hmmm...
They have Christmas trees and now Halloween trees?! I don't have one, but I think this would make a fun ornament for one. It's made with the Stampin' Up! treat cups and "Jack of all trades" stamp set, which is the cutest set ever. But remember...I love all things Halloween, so it's a given I'd love this set. :)
I thought I would use Fall colors considering it's almost here. Then I realized they're actually more like Halloween colors. :) I guess/hope this can be used for Fall or Halloween. Fall is such a beautiful time of year, it's too bad winter has to be right on its tail.
I recently attended the scrapbook expo and purchased this pillow box die cut. The thing I love about it, the bottom folds flat so it can stand! I had so much fun using it I couldn't stop. I made a Halloween project, which I'll be sharing in the next few weeks. :) Now I need to start thinking of a way to use it for Christmas! :)
A friend of mine sent me a card with this cute lady bug idea on it. I liked it so much, I wanted to give it a try. I made mine with the scallop circle punch then attached it to a large clothes pin. Now it can be removed and used on other things.
This is made with the Stampin' Up, box #2 die cut. I scored an 11 x 3 inch piece of designer series paper at 4 1/2 and 6 1/2 to wrap around the box. The stamp is from, "Lighthearted" which is in the new holiday mini catalog.Give it a try... it's a fun quick project. :)
Remember the altered mini milk carton? Here's another version... it's a pumpkin! I know... September just got here, but I can't help myself. :) I love making Halloween projects! This little cutie holds just the right amount of Halloween candy. Hmmm... is there a right amount? :)