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Halloween is such a fun time of year to decorate and give candy to friends and co-workers. Why not make your treats something special, and of course spooky this year? Replace the "Trick or Treat" label with a guest name and you have a place holder/party favor! And if you don't celebrate Halloween, you can still use the instructions and template included to make favors for other occasions!
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Whether you decide to make one, two, or all three of these cute little projects, they are sure to be a hit this Halloween! This Halloween Ensemble includes an easy-fold gift box, a darling triangle treat bag, and a coordinating card! This project is also a quick and fun class, club or camp project! Or, how about a Ghouls just want to have fun night of crafting!?
Are you looking for a fun and whimsical Halloween decoration for your holiday display? Or maybe you just want to give someone a special Halloween gift? This Witch's Cottage Luminary is quite spooky when you have a flickering battery-powered candle inside! It looks like the witch could step out at any time and go for a ride on her broomstick! The matching card makes this a great gift set!
This cute little vampire owl sits atop a clamshell box full of Halloween treats! The finished box is 4" x 4", which will hold a lot of monster munchies or perhaps some other bootiful gifts! A simple and fun gift for kids and adults alike! Also a great project for your classes, clubs and camps!
This is the last week of our catalog tour over on my Sisters in Stamping blog. This week we're sharing cards made using stamps from the Seasonal Celebrations section of the catalog pages 8-29.
I used a set called Tricky Treats and made a cute little Halloween card.
I also used the new Polka Dot Parade Designer Series Paper in the Pumpkin Pie color. Do you send out Halloween and other seasonal cards to your friends and family? If not, and you'd like to, make sure and check out this fun section of the catalog, place your order today and get a jump on your holiday projects!
Make this super cute witchy treat box and matching pop-up dangling spiders card that will surprise the recipients! This great Halloween gift will be sure to capture their attention and bring a spooky smile to their face! Makes a fun club or class project too!
For a fun gift to make someone go eeek! on Halloween, share this trio of projects with that person in your life who loves Halloween and creepy crawly things! The candy pouch makes a quick gift to give to someone to say, hope your Halloween is sweet! The mini scallop square box opens up to reveal a little surprise that pops out.Finish off with this fun and playful spider card with a greeting inside that says Happy Halloween. These make great little gifts for a Halloween treat, but they would also be fun for other holidays and events with just a change of some paper and images. These projects would also be perfect for a stamp club or class, too!
This witch hat is a great little treat box for any Halloween lover! Perfect for your kid’s teacher, a co-worker or neighbor. This gift set includes a three dimensional witch hat treat box, a candy stick, and spooky card.
Over on my Sisters in Stamping blog this week we're sharing Halloween cards. I love making and sending out Halloween cards to my friends and since I got this set last year, I've been dying to use it! You can check out my stamping sisters' creations here!
I like the way the Designer Paper on the card base almost makes it look like a picture hanging on a wall. Spooky!
I added Dazzling Diamonds glitter to the windows to give the card a little sparkle and depth. And of course because I love glitter!
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If you're looking for a way to give some Halloween/Fall treats, this cute little pumpkin box, and it's coordinating card are perfect! With the ribbon "stem" you can either hang the box for a fun decor piece or use it as an easy pull-up handle and hide some special treats inside!!
My first thought when I saw this project was to put Circus Marshmallow Peanuts inside and give them as fall gifts to the kids' teachers!