Showing posts with label Halloween Treats. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Halloween Treats. Show all posts

Saturday, October 31, 2020

Halloween Cards on Parade - Happy Halloween

 Hello and welcome to my blog; today I am going to share with you the Halloween Cards that I have created today and some from the August-December 2020 Mini Catalog that Stampin' Up! created also.  I hope that everyone has a safe and fun Halloween tonight!  Stay Safe People!

Halloween Project Parade:  

Halloween Projects on Parade click here to check them out!

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Halloween Cards on Parade

Hello and welcome to my blog; today is Halloween and I am going to share with you a quick walk through of all the cards I've made using this year's Halloween Products from the 2019 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog.  Halloween is one of my favorite holidays; I love the colors and dressing up and not to mention the chocolate.  But as an adult one of my favorite things is handing out treats to kids and seeing all the fun they have in their wonderful little costumes.  We don't have a lot of Trick or treaters each year, but the ones that do come by are always so cute.  As I am typing this I am sitting here drinking my second cup of coffee out of my Snoopy Halloween mug, so yes, I do enjoy the holiday, I know some of you may not but that's okay too.    Let's get started with the card parade shall we.  Oh, by the way I have tired to link the cards that have coordinating blog posts with them, so you can click on the picture and read more about that card, some do not have blog posts. 

No Coordinating Blog Posts: 

These cards have not coordinating Blog Posts associated with them.  

That concludes all the Halloween cards and projects that I have created using this years Halloween products from the 2019 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog.  I hope that you have enjoyed my little walk through of this years Halloween projects.  I also hope that you have a fun and safe Halloween today.  

Friday, September 20, 2019

Boo to You Werewolf Gusseted Treat Bag by Rick Adkins

Hello and welcome to my blog; today Halloween is just around the corner and it's time to start making super easy and quick but cute treats; I am going to share with you one that I made and it's super easy to recreate.   Halloween is one of my favorite times of the year and I love to get ready for  them.  I was thinking the other day I may actually get organized and make some treat boxes and bags this year super early and actually fill them with candy.  It helps that I got my September Paper Pumpkin since I know that makes 20 treat boxes, so I was feeling inspired and came up with this little cutie using the Boo To You Stamp Set.  Here's a look at my project.

Tips & Tricks: 

The first thing I did was cut a piece of the Monster Bash Designer Series Paper (#150447) down to 
3" x 10".  This designer series paper was roughly scored at 2" & 6 1/2" on my Simply Score Scoring Tool.  So, you can get 4 inserts for your bags from one sheet of /designer series paper.  Which means if you used the entire pack of DSP for this project you would get 48 treat bag inserts.  Once I had the treat insert folded and scored it was time to put it into my 3" x 6" Gusseted Treat Bag (#141704).  Just a little side note if you don't have a scoring tool you can totally just measure it out with a ruler and fold the paper on those measurements, the papers so easy to fold it's not a big deal.  This is the method I prefer.  The 2" part of the designer series paper is the bottom of the bag.  You can place it in and put it on the bottom you may have to do a little work to get the gussets to sit down or you could add a little tape to the bottom.  I found that once it sat for a little while the bottom flaps were just fine.  The top flap folds over; you will want to fill the treat bag and then press in the gusseted sides flip the top part of the Designer Series paper over that and punch two holes.  You are punching through the gusseted bag and the designer series paper.  Make sure that your holes line up with the folded sides of the treat bag and then secure close with your ribbon.
Once I had the Designer Series Paper inserted into the bag I could then fill it with treats.  It was time to dress it up just a little.  So I stamped the werewolf from the Boo To You Stamp Set (#150550) in Memento Tuxedo Black ink on a piece of whisper white cardstock that I cut out using the largest stitched oval die from the Stitched Shapes Die set.  I then colored him using my Stampin' Blends.  You can find a full list of the colors that I used in the Stampin' Up! Shopping List below.  I then stamped my greeting at the top in Old Olive and added a couple of the Googly Eyes from the Assorted Googly Eyes pack using just a little Liquid Glue.  I then popped the oval up on the front flap with a couple dimensionals.  And, that my friends finished off my cute little treat bag.

Wonderfully Wicked Online Class: 

I have a Online Class going on right now that you can purchase the products form using the monthly Host code to get enrolled in.  You simply purchase the items listed here and use the host code for this month.  In this class we are making six boxes, Cards with matching envelopes and six tags.  If you're not into Halloween you can substitute products of equal or greater value to meet your needs.  This class looks beautiful with any of our Designer Series Papers.  I will tell you that you have to use 12 x 12 paper for this class 6 x 6  will not work.  But I have everything you need listed in the class Shopping Cart for you all you have to do is follow the instructions to order.  
Happy Stampin' 

If you live in the US.  I would love you to choose me as your demonstrator.  If you would like to purchase any of these products you can click on the Shop Now Button or by clicking on any of the images below.  Alternatively, you can also contact me by email to place your order.  Please be sure to use the monthly host code and I’ll send a little something out to you the following month to say Thank You! 

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