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Showing posts from October, 2013

Spider Box

Once again...a little glitter paper makes a big difference. Love it and the trick or treat stamp!  Have a fun and safe Halloween!

Simple Suckers

A last minute Halloween treat.  These don't require stamps! :). I used the eraser on a pencil to create the polka dots and a little washi tape to decorate the other. Both are wrapped in coffee filters. So simple!

Boo Treat Sack

Cute and scary! Lovin' the Stampin' Up! bow die. 

Toil & Trouble Coffin Box

What is Halloween without a coffin? This little box is one of my favorites. It's made with a Lifestyle Crafts die.  The stamp and punches are from Stampin' Up!

Toil & Trouble Treat

This cute little package holds three mini Reese's peanut butter cups. I made it with Toil & Trouble stamp set, Apothecary Accents framelits, Oval Accent Bigz die and 1 1/4 scallop circle punch. 

Halloween Pillow Box

Pillow boxes don't seem to be as popular as they once were. I'm not giving up on them, they're adorable and fun to embellish. :)

Chalk Talk Gum Pouch

I created a little pouch and attached it to a chalk talk tag.  Its the perfect size to hold a small Wrigleys 5, package of gum. I love the size of these gum packages, they're so darn cute. :) 

Toil & Trouble Candy Corns

Have you seen the Starburst Candy Corns?!  I don't like the regular candy corns, but these caught my eye. They're a little sweet for my taste, but they're better than the others. :)

Trick or Treat Skeleton Bag

It's amazing how a small piece of silver glitter paper can transform a project.  All it needs now is a yummy Halloween treat.

Toil & Trouble Hershey Nugget Holder

Here's a fun way to cover a Hershey Nugget. It's made with the toil  & trouble stamp set and the apothecary accents framelits. I folded the bottom tabs on the framelits to hold the nugget.

Pumpkin Hand Sanitizer

Most of us use hand sanitizer, so why not make it cute for the season?! I used a small piece of acetate and a pumpkin rub-on.  After rubbing the pumpkin on the acetate, you roll it up and place it inside the bottle.  No worries... it unrolls once it's inside. A piece of washi tape around the bottom and ribbon around the top!  :)

A Creepy Crawly Envelope

If you don't have the Stampin ' Up! envelope punch board, you need one. It's so easy to use and envelopes can be made with any of your patterned paper. I turned the envelope I made into halloween packaging. 

Witches Broom Treat

I keep seeing adorable witches brooms on Pinterest made with natural colored coffee filters. I wondered how I could make something similar with the supplies I already have, and this is what I came up with. I used Stampin' Up! crumb cake tulle ribbon! I cut 5 - four inch pieces of tulle, stacked them on each other, cut a small hole through the center and put a dum dums lollipop through it. I cut random size strips through each piece of tulle towards the stick then wrapped a small piece of black ribbon to hold it in place.  I used black permanent marker to color the stick, then tied the cute little tag on with linen thread. I'm super happy with how it turned out!