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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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I love Halloween, decorating, getting dressed up and taking the kids out trick or treating! Notice I didn't say get the kids dressed up to go trick or treating. I've been known to get dressed up myself to take them out. I have a 50s costume, poodle skirt, cat eye classes, saddle shoes (and no they're not originals that I wore years ago!). I also have a cool Cleopatra costume, and a scary witch costume!
Over on my Sisters in Stamping blog this week we're featuring Halloween Candy Treats to help give you some ideas if you made treats for the neighbor kids or the kids' classmates. These are little treats that you can make several of in no time! Even better, right!
To make this cute and really easy little treat, I used the Two Tags die, the Spider Web embossing Folder, the Mixed Medley hostess stamp set and Howlstooth & Scaringbone DSP (from the Holiday Mini Catalog). I wrapped some Hershey Nuggets in DSP stamped some tissue paper and voila, ready to give!
To check out what my creative stamping sisters created, head over to www.sistersinstamping.blogspot.com and check it out!
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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!
Get a jump start on your Halloween projects! These cute containers can hold great treats for your kids, co-workers, teachers, and friends! And if you don't celebrate Halloween or make Halloween treats, you can still use the templates to make goodies for other occasions or holidays!
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!
It seems like Halloween Home Decor just gets more and more popular each year! So why not make some of your own? This framed art is a fun and easy way to make a great piece of Halloween Decor that is sure to delight! Add a great pumpkin tote with a candy treat – and you're on your way to being ready for Halloween. Make this fun project as a gift, and make sure to make more than one and keep one for yourself! Makes for a fun class or club project too!!
I know it's just the end of August, but we all know how quickly the holidays seem to creep up on us! At Craft Project Central, they'd like to help you get a jump start on your holiday project making fun! This project is perfect for those times when you want to give a sweet treat that's wrapped in the colors of the Fall season, and also celebrates the fun of Halloween. Best of all, this is a relatively quick project to make, so you'll definitely want to make more than one!
This week over on my Sisters in Stamping blog we're featuring Halloween candy treats (don't forget to head over there and see what my talented stamping sisters created). I saw this cute idea on another demonstrator's blog (Lynn Pratt), changed it up a bit and made one each for Alexa, Craig and Jacie. The "broom" has a candy treat bag that I filled with Kit Kats (they're Jacie's favorites) and a Jamba Juice gift card, stuck a stick in, and then covered with a broom bristle skirt. I made a different tag for each of them using the Howl-o-ween Creeps stamp set.
The candy bag and bristle skirt were made using the packing paper that comes in our Stampin' Up! orders! it was nice to recycle it for a project and not just throw it away. I have a lot left over if anyone wants any!!
Last week after Jacie's soccer game we were walking to the car and I saw the stick on the ground, picked it up and put it in my trunk with her soccer bag. She asked me what I needed the stick for and I told her it was for her Halloween surprise, so she is dying to know how I'm using the stick. I told her she would find out on Halloween. When she came over yesterday she brought me another stick, so I guess that means she wants more than one treat!!
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