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RIP Treat

After all the sugary treats I've had this month...and I'll probably have in the next couple months, 😋 my sugar intake needs to RIP. 😉 Have a happy and treat filled Halloween! 

Pumpkin Witch Bag

I'm lovin' these little witch legs from the Echo Park Co., Bewitched die set. The sentiment is from the Wickedly Sweet Treat, Paper Pumpkin kit.  I used the Stampin' Up oval punch to create the pumpkin.  After attaching it all together I have a sweet embellishment for my bag. So cute! 

Pick Your Potion Jar

The pick your potion stamp in the Festive Phrases stamp set makes a great label for an apothecary jar.  I only wanted the words from the stamp so I cut away the rest and created a small banner.  These jars will definitely be part of this year's skeleton themed party. 

Spooky Coffin Treat

This spooky coffin treat has a mini Hershey's candy bar stapled inside. I think it's a sweet treat on the inside and the outside.

From Our Patch To Yours

The bottom piece of my Matchbox Bigz Die is all I needed to create a pumpkin patch.  I can't say I like these sugary little candies, but they're so darn cute and make the sweetest, little compliment to my tag. 😊

Cello Witch Hat

This was a happy surprise! I've always wanted to create a witch hat with a triangle cello bag and I finally came up with one I like. I made it with a cello bag from the Banner Surprise Paper Pumpkin kit and the Oval Framelits.  I folded the oval in half then cut a slit along the folded line just long enough for the cello bag to slip through.  Everything else is just a little witch bling. 😉

Boo Box

The Window Box Thinlits make a fun, unique Halloween box that will hold plenty of yummy treats! I'm sure there'd be no complaints from the recipient. 😉

Spooky-Licious Chocolates

Only two weeks until Halloween and I still have so many projects to share, like this spooky-licious bag of chocolates.  This stamp from "The Little Things" stamp set by Stampin' Up! looks great with little effort.  All I needed was the tag and twine to make this treat.  I love the bag! It has a window and a zipper for resealing!  I found a package of them at a local store.  It was a great find! 😊

Haunted House Nugget Holder

This is the cutest tiny Halloween treat.  I made it with the Stampin' Up! Best of Halloween stamp set and Note Tag punch.  The bat is part of the Echo Park Haunted Mansion die set.

Cheerful Tag Treat

This little treat is made from the Cheerful Tags Framelits.  I was inspired by the one Nutmeg Creations made. It's so cute!  I'm sure you can use either tag framelit, I preferred the one with the round top.  I cut it twice then trimmed 2 1/4" off the square side of each piece to create the bottom.  A 2" paper straw is sandwiched between both sides and glued to keep it closed. 

Pick Your Potion

There's nothing easier than a cello bag gift.  The Stampin' Up Festive Phrases stamp set helped keep it easy too.  I made a simple tag with the adorable "pick your potion" stamp. Actually all the stamps in this set are adorable! 😊

Spooky Tree Matchbook

My spooky tree matchbook is holding a small package of M&Ms.  Just think of all the different Halloween treats you can tuck inside.  The matchbook is one of those projects that can easily be mass produced for family, friends or co-workers.

Creepy Skeleton Box

What do you think? Creepy or cute? Kinda both? 😊  I think it screams Halloween! The box is My Creative Time, Treat Slider Box. The skeleton is part of Recollections, Halloween clear stamp and die set. I purchased it a few weeks ago at Michaels, and the "creepy" is from the Stampin' Up set Halloween Bash.  My favorite is the bow tie, it's two of the tiny triangles from the Stampin' Up Sprinkles punch, because sprinkles make everything better! 😉

Trick Or Treat Witch Feet

I adore the many projects I've seen with witch boots.  I'm having fun coming up with my own ideas.  Here's an easy way to use them on a Ghirardelli dark chocolate square. Cute huh?!

Polka Dot Ghost Bag

I found these orange polka dot bags last year after Halloween.  After adding a ghost, cut from the Fun Fall Framelits, and the black and white baker's twine, it became one of my favorite projects.  My favorites are always the most simplistic.