I used one of the tubes from the September Paper Pumpkin to create a witch broomstick. Fringe scissors made it easy to create the bottom of the broom and the cork allowed it to stand on its own. Now I have a unique little Halloween treat.
My tree and bat are part of an Echo Park Paper die set called, Haunted Mansion Die Set. I found them at the, Lets Create Expo, I attended this past April. Due to my obsession with Halloween I "needed" them. :) I created the pumpkin with my Stampin' Up! pansy punch.
Fall is my favorite season, so I thought I might welcome it, and what better way than with a pumpkin. :) The ovals framelits are perfect for making pumpkins! I attached a paper sack to the back. I think a fall flower would be nice inside.
Love, love, love the September Paper Pumpkin! My mind is racing with all the fun things I can make. I started with a Fall idea, but I'm excited for the Halloween projects. I can't believe how many tubes came in the kit! :)
Don't you think the Jar Of Haunts stamp set is the cutest?! I certainly do. This mummy is my favorite! You don't need to color or embellish it and because it's so darn cute it doesn't take much to create something cute with it! :)
Look at these adorable pumpkins you can make with the Bow Builder punch and Gift Bow Bigz (on the Stampin' Up! clearance rack now). The small one has a Hershey's kiss inside. Wouldn't a decorative bowl of the small ones be the cutest?! I haven't filled the big one yet. Hmmm...now I'm thinking I should use them as decor instead of treat holders. :)
Don't you just love the witch hat clip? They were all the rage last Halloween. I hope they're still a hit this year because I can't get enough of them. I created this one to top and close one of the new Stampin' Up! 3x6 gusseted cello bags.
Sunflowers are great because they transition nicely from the summer garden into the fall garden. With summer coming to an end and fall on its way, this little purse will transition too. I made it with the flower folds and petite purse dies.
I thought I might create a little something in honor of those who went back to school. I started with a heart from the Hearts Framelits and trimmed a little off the bottom. The stem and leaf turned it into an apple. It's all attached to a box I created with the Petite Purse Die. The pencil is a stamp from the Project Life, Seasonal Snapshot 2015.