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Showing posts from October, 2015

Halloween Mini Treat Bag

Happy Halloween! It's time to fill our bags with candy :)

Eat If You Dare

Another project with the clip on witch hat.  Look how cute it looks clipped to a pumpkin!  I wrapped a box of Reese's Pieces with pattern paper and used a few of the items from my September Paper Pumpkin, which I'm still lovin'!  This would make a great gift for a co-worker.

Blissful Bouquet Gift

Here are the first projects I made with my October Paper Pumpkin, Blissful Bouquet. I created a gift sack with one of the envelopes and a matching card to go with it. The stamps and accessories in this paper pumpkin are perfect for feminine projects. 

Happy Halloween Baker's Box

Here's a quick and easy treat box for Halloween.  The baker's box, one single stamp and a little ribbon. 

Eat Me Bat Jar

For this project I used the straw and a couple stamps from my September Paper Pumpkin along with the 2" circle punch for the moon and the cupcake builder punch for the cloud. The bat is a retired punch. 

Best Witches Keepsake

A witch hat and curvy keepsake box thinlit create a cute Halloween treat holder. 

So Sweet Gift Bag

I'm trying to make projects with my September Paper Pumpkin before my October Paper Pumpkin arrives, which should be any day now. I loved this kit and I'm so excited for the next one! 

Candy Coffin

I wrapped a couple of Hershey candy bars with strips of paper to create a mummy. It's a perfect fit for my coffin. 

Halloween Take Out Box

The inspiration for this came from Chic n Scratch, 12 weeks of Halloween.  She has such fun ideas.  I made another one of those fun witch hat clips to put on the front and hold the spider web in place.  The handle is held in place with a bow on each side, made from the bow builder punch. 

Skull Candy

I folded down the sides of the berry basket bigz die, and being in the Halloween spirit, thought it looked something like a skeleton.  I know, weird huh? But, look at it with the skull on top. It definitely says skeleton. :) 

Bat Basket

How fun is this guy?!  I made a berry basket, then used the oval framelits and a circle punch to create wings for him.  He'll make a great addition to my Halloween decor. 

Cast-A-Spell Pillow Box

I could hardly wait to get the new Stampin' Up! square pillow box.  I really like the size and it's easy to put together.  I used one of the squares included with the thinlits to create a window, then placed a cello bag inside.  I used the spiral flower die to create a coordinating flower to place on top the ribbons.  You'll notice the majority of my Halloween projects are made with Stampin' Up! discontinued paper, because I still love it and I need to use up my stash. :)

A Tasty Witch Treat

I didn't want the mustache framelit until I found instructions on how to make these adorable witch shoes.  I found the instructions a few months ago on She has so many clever uses for the mustache die. I appreciate her and her creativity. I created a carrier for a mini coffee cup then filled it with popcorn.  It looks like this witch is pretty excited about popcorn! :)

Deadly Poison Drink

A deadly poison drink for your Halloween party.

Fright Night Monster Munchies

What do you think of my monster? I made him with the fun fall and mustache framelits.  I refuse to quit using the retired products I have...they are too much fun!

Happy Haunting Broom

I'm so happy with the September Paper Pumpkin!  These will make the best gifts, because they're so darn cute and you get 8 of them!  It's adorable if you make it just like the instructions, but I wanted to try something a little different. The stamps in this set are the best!