A doily as a Halloween favor is kinda odd, but isn't it sweet? :) I turned a couple of doilies into a pouch and slipped a Hershey miniature candy bar inside. I have it peeking out, but it fits perfectly inside so you can seal it up if you'd like. Don't you love the Googly Ghouls stamp set with the matching googlie eyes? :)
I pulled out vellum for this card. It's one of my old time favorites that I often overlook. I'm glad I thought of it for this card. Along with the red, black and white, it gave the card just the look I wanted.
Isn't he the cutest?!!! I saw him in the Stampin' Success newsletter. He was created by Missi Roeber. She also created a bat and pumpkin, but I fell in love with him. I changed him just a bit by adding the pieces off each side, and his nose. She had a square piece for the nose. I think he is adorable! Thanks for sharing Missi!
I cut a few of the window frames framelits and started scoring and folding to see if I could come up with anything. Look what I came up with... it looks like a french fry box. It will be so cute filled with Halloween goodies!
I try to think of new ways to use my die cuts. So for this project, I cut out the petite purse twice and used the same two pieces (the side with the flap) to create this sweet little tote. The more ideas I come up with for my dies the better the investment. Although, this is a purse and I'm a BIG fan of purses, so even if I couldn't come up with other ways to use it, I'd still love it! :)