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Only a couple of days left til Halloween, and I thought I would share a couple of Halloween treats that my friend Lorrie created. The first one is using our clear 2×2 boxes which can be found on pg 176 in the big catalog. The decorations around the box are from the Halloween Scenes Edgelits Dies on pg 52 in the holiday mini.
The second project is made using the 2×8 treat bags from the big catalog also on pg 176, the Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set on pg 53 in the holiday mini, the Ghoulish Grunge stamp set on pg 52 in the holiday mini and the Cable Knit textured embossing folder on pg 13 of the Holiday mini. You can order any of these products just by clicking on the shopping cart to your right. Thanks for stopping by. Lisa
I have to admit that I am not a big Halloween fan, but this adorable Frightful Wreath Kit is so cute I just might have to get it and make it myself!
Here is a quick video from Stampin Up that shows how to make it!
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Here is part 2 of my featured demonstrator of the month. For part 1, just scroll back a few days. This month I am featuring Niccole Marshall and her cute creations. This first one is an adorable gift for a small child for a birthday goody bag or for a classroom gift. I just love the owl punch.
This one is a cute Halloween treat. This one shows the new bat punch and the lace trim ribbon found in the Holiday mini.
Inside you can fit any small treat like this yummy Reese's Peanut Butter cup. That is one of my very favorite chocolate treats. Who doesn't like chocolate and peanut butter together?
Note: Niccole just gave me the dimensions and scoring for the Reeses treat holder
cut 9×4 piece of designer paper and score at 1/2 inch on both sides of 4 inch side
score at 2, 2 1/2, 5 1/2 and 6 on the long side. Then fold up to look like box shown. You will need to cut off the edges of top part and do corner rounding.
Here is a cute little key chain with a mini post it note inside. THese make great little gifts for anyone. I know I am always looking for a little piece of paper in my purse to write something on.
This last card is so cute. Niccole used the polka dot embossing folder for the background and the Candy Cane Christmas designer paper from the Holiday mini. The stamp set (A Cute Christmas) is also in the Holiday mini.
Here is a super quick and easy Halloween treat to make for your friends. I got the original idea from my downline Debbie Keane. I normally don't do much with Halloween now that my daughter is a senior in high school but when I saw this stamp set (Wicked Cool pg 23 in the big book), I just had to have it. The treat bag is filled with orange slice candy and black licorice pieces from Walmart.
Here is a close up of her feet and I added a little rhinestone to each shoe.
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These cute treats are just a few of the samples that were in the Bakery Shop at the Stampin Up convention last month. The top ones are our new candy wrapper twist die cut boxes made with the Big Shot that are in the Holiday mini. If you are one of my customers and have not gotten your Holiday mini from me yet in the mail, please let me know. I will get you another one. I have plenty here at the house. These treat containers make adorable gifts for your child's class too.
These look like cupcakes but they are really it is the Perfect Setting Die cut used in the Big shot to make the wrapper for the "cupcakes". I think they are really balls of candy wrapped in black tissue paper and then stuffed inside the cupcake wrappers.
I can’t believe it is already the middle of October! Where did this year go? Here are a couple of Halloween swaps from Founder’s Circle. I am not a huge Halloween fan, but these were too cute not to share. This adorable skeleton card was made by Laura Milligan.
This spider card was made by my good friend Tami White. I love how she bleached the paper with the stamp to make it look like a spider web.
This cute pumpkin card was made by Joyce Feraco. I hope this gives you all some great Halloween ideas.
I couldn’t believe all of the Halloween candy was out when I went to Target on Monday. I love Halloween candy! There are just some things you can’t find all year long except at Halloween. I have no willpower either. I think Halloween was invented just to make people gain weight! LOL! Anyway, this is a cute Halloween treat made by my friend Norma Jones at our shoebox swap. The top picture is the front view and then you open it up to get the candy inside. THe whole vampire is made with all Stampin Up punches too. Very cute!
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This is my stamp camp for November! Click on my calendar for class times and dates. You will make this really cool portfolio and 5 beautiful cards to go inside. More details are on my calendar so click there. For my local customers only…….If you cannot make it to class, you can buy the to-go kit. It will have all of your supplies but you will need the stamp sets and ink to complete the projects.
I had my downline meeting tonight and we did a shoebox swap and one of my downline (thanks Niccole!) did this one as her project so we all got to make it . Everyone loved it! She found the tutorial for it HERE on Angie Juda’s site. I wish I had more time before Halloween to do a class with him but for all of you stampers who want to make him, just check out Angie’s tutorial. These would make awesome treat bags for the kids at school!« Previous Entries