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Showing posts from October, 2012

Candy Bag

It's candy, candy, candy day. :) Happy Halloween!

Pumpkin Mini Milk Carton

The mini milk carton and the got treats stamp set are so perfect together and make a cute Halloween treat.  Look how perfect the googly eyes fit the pumpkin, an added bonus! :)

Treats For Boo

Don't you love the new 1 1/4 scallop circle punch?  It's the perfect little size. The mixed medley hostess stamp set is just as cute.

Licorice Brooms

When I saw these cute licorice brooms in the Stampin' Up! catalog, I knew I wanted to make some.  The cutting and small pieces make them time consuming, but there so darn cute!

Spooky Bag

The glassine bags Stampin' Up! included in the Ghoulish Googlies Designer Kit are so much fun!  They don't have to be used with the tags in the kit, you can get creative and use them with other stamps and labels.  I think they'll be great for Christmas too!

Pumpkin Cookie

This would make the perfect treat to put with my spider cider! :)  I purchased the sweet pressed cookie stamps last year after Halloween and was sad I didn't get a chance to use this specific cookie press.  I wasn't going to miss the opportunity this year! To get the contrast in the face cutouts, I put orange crystal sprinkles inside each one, before baking. It takes some patients and time, but well worth the effort.  It's hard to eat them when they're so darn cute, but they taste as yummy as they look. :)

Spider Cider

A mini water bottle transformed into spider cider.  A healthy alternative to the sugar drinks, because we all know we get enough sugar in all that yummy Halloween candy. :) 

Boo Banner

I finally made a banner and it's not as difficult as I expected. :)  I love Halloween, so of course, it's a "BOO" banner!  The perfect pennants die was perfect for this project. :)

RIP Petal Cone

Thank you Selene Kempton for creating and sharing this fun project.  It's made with the petal cone die.  It only takes a few small cuts from the top and bottom of the petal cone to create the shape.  I turned mine into a slider treat holder, using a mini hershey candy bar, but you can easily fill it with any small candy.

Spooky Soap Dispenser

A little ribbon and a rub-on is all it takes to make a fun soap dispenser for Halloween.

Fancy Favor Lantern

How cute is this?!  It's a lantern made with the fancy favor die.  I used the label collection framelits to cut the window and a stamp from the toxic treats stamp set on a piece of vellum to cover it.  It has a small battery operated tea light on the inside. It's adorable sitting on a shelf and lit in the evening. :)

Happy Boo Card

Here's a cute and simple Halloween card.  It doesn't take much paper and is quick to put together.  I used the spider web embossing folder, perfect pennants bigz, 1 3/4 circle punch and monster munchies stamp set.

Bone Appetit Test Tube

The test tube is filled with candy shaped like bones.  The bone appetit stamp was a perfect match! :) The purple designer paper was cut with the labels collection framelits.  Don't let the ribbon fool you... it looks purple and black but it's gray and black.  If my photo skills were better, you'd see the rhinestones in the skeleton eyes.:)

Spider Cupcake

Wouldn't this make a fun gift for a co-worker or friend?  It's not edible, but they can decorate with it. :)  It's spider webbing!  Fun huh?!  Not all Halloween gifts have to be edible, right? :) To make the wrapper I used the perfect setting and flower folds die cuts.

Toxic Treats Apothecary Jar

I used a fall colored, rainbow stamp pad, to get the colored effect on the label, but you can easily get the same results by using several different markers.