Have you seen these Dove, Witches Mix chocolates?! I found them at Target. They are so much fun! Look at the colors and pictures on the wrappers. I thought adding a witch hat clip and putting them in a cello bag was a fun way to present them. 😊
Now I feel like I can officially move on to Halloween projects. Yippee! Here's a quick little treat to start off. If you've been following my blog you know how much I love making Halloween projects! I'll be posting more often so stay tuned. 😉
Can you believe it's officially the first day of Fall? I suppose this gift bag can be given any time of year but its colors make it ideal for this time of year. Now I need the perfect Fall treat to put inside. 😊
Here are a couple of treat boxes I made with the Layered Leaves Paper Pumpkin Kit. I punched an oval circle in the first one to create a handle. The other is a box cut in half, which is great because it gives you two treat boxes to decorate, fill and give. The leaves on each were created with the Seasonal Layers Thinlits.
I cut the lid and both inside flaps off a 2 x 2 x 2 tiny treat box then created a clear sleeve to cover it. The flowers are made with the Spiral Flower Originals Die. I used my large scallop punch and a coffee filter to create the layer under the flowers, which I polka dotted with a pencil eraser and Pool Party ink. The final step was to wrap it with thick baker's twine and tie a bow.
Perhaps my tag should say "Hello Fall" because the temperatures in my city have taken a dramatic drop. Don't get me wrong, I love Fall, but I'm not ready for summer to end, it went by so quickly. ☹️ Wouldn't you know...after I created this pillow box my September Paper Pumpkin showed up. All I can say is, "great minds think alike." 😉
One thing that attracted me to the Bike Ride stamp set and the Build A Bike Framelits were all the fun items that can be added to the bike. I knew I could use them to make a variety of projects, like this gift bag. All I used were the sweet flowers and basket. 😊
I used the Window Box Thinlits to create a cover for this small treat box. The sides are covered in strips of designer paper. I added a small "thanks" tag and ribbon. Now as I look at this project I wonder why it was so time consuming. 🤔