Monday, October 14, 2019

Make It Monday: Eat, Drink & Be Scary Treat Box

A little pumpkin spice is always nice. I found these flavored taffy candies at my local dollar store and knew they would make a nice treat for this week's Make It Monday project.

Last week I shared a Halloween tag topper. Here is another quick and easy project using the Tiny Treat Box for those spooky treats. Perfect for school, office, or trick-or-treater!


The color of the pumpkin spice candies works well with the Monster Bash DSP. 


To add a little menacing mystery, I used the stamping off technique to stamp a spider from the Wonderfully Wicked stamp set over the sentiment. 


"Make It" Instructions
  1. Add candy inside a Tiny Treat Box. 
  2. Wrap a 1-3/4" x 8-1/2" belly band strip of bat paper from the Monster Bash DSP around a Tiny Treat Box. Adhere ends at bottom. (Be sure not to adhere ends to box so the belly band can be removed later to access the treat inside.)
  3. Die cut a flourish frame from the Ornate Frames dies in Pumpkin Pie cardstock.
  4. Stamp "Eat, Drink & Be Scary" sentiment from Spooktacular Bash stamp set on a piece of Whisper White cardstock in Black Memento ink. 
  5. Using stamping off technique, stamp spider from Wonderfully Wicked stamp set over sentiment in Smoky Slate ink. 
  6. Die cut sentiment with corresponding non-flourish frame from Ornate Frames dies. Adhere sentiment to flourish frame.
  7. Add a folded over 5" strip of Basic Black Scalloped Ribbon to back of assembled frame, allowing part of ribbon ends to show.
  8. Adhere assembled frame/ribbon to top of treat box with Stampin' Dimensionals. 
  9. Embellish with some gray dots from the Monster Bash Enamel Shapes above and below the sentiment.
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Friday, October 11, 2019

Snowman Season Home Decor Class



Decorate your home for the winter with this adorable snowman sampler featuring the Let It Snow suite of products.

The sampler is shown in a 10"x10" shadowbox frame (purchased separately), but can also be used in a 12"x12" frame--will just have a larger border.

Snowman Seasons Home Decor Class 
Saturday, November 9, 2019
2:00pm-5:00pm CST
Local: NW San Antonio, TX

Can't make the local class? Get it To Go! Ask me for details.

Advance registration required by 10/26/19 to reserve your kit. Contact me for registration link. Limited spots available.

Option 1: $60.00 + FREE package Clear Rhinestones 
  • Precut project supplies 
  • Snowman Season Stamp Set 
  • Snowman Builder Punch 
  • 12"x12" Sparkle Paper 
  • 12" x 12" page protector for storage 
  • PDF tutorial (emailed) 

Option 2: $22.00 
  • Precut project supplies 
  • 12"x12" Sparkle Paper 
  • 12" x 12" page protector for storage 
  • PDF tutorial (emailed) 

Option 3: $10 (PDF only)
  • PDF tutorial (emailed) 

*** Add-on 10" x 10" white shadowbox frame for $13 to Options 1 & 2 (not available for shipping). Just select this option at check out. ***

Monday, October 7, 2019

Make It Monday: Ghoulish Treat Tag Topper

Cute doesn't always need to be complicated, especially when you have a lot of Halloween treats to make. Add some fun elements to premade packaging, and you have a sweet treat to share.

 This week's Make It Monday project uses the 3" x 6" Gusseted Treat Bags with some Monster Bash DSP...finished off with a Crushed Curry bow and Gold Library Clip. Best yet, the Library Clips are on the Clearance rack right now for 60% off, so it's the perfect time to stock up on this essential item!


Sometimes I wonder which comes first...the treat holder or the treat? Seems some treats just lend themselves to a certain treat holder. LOL


"Make It" Instructions
  1. Cut a 3" x 4" piece of Crushed Curry cardstock. Score at 2" on long side and fold in half to form tag topper base. 
  2. Adhere a 3" x 1-5/8" piece of flourish Monster Bash DSP to front of base.
  3. Die cut a scalloped square from Layering Square dies (5th smallest) in Basic Black cardstock. Adhere to center of DSP. 
  4. Fussy (manually) cut a character image from the Monster Bash DSP. Adhere to scalloped square with Stampin' Dimensionals.
  5. Add some black dots from the Monster Bash Enamel Shapes to each side of character on DSP. 
  6. Add Crushed Curry Crinkled Seam Binding bow to a Gold Library Clip.
  7. Fill a 3" x 6" Gusseted Treat Bag with treat and fold tag topper over top. Close with Gold Library Clip. 
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Monday, September 30, 2019

Make It Monday: Spooky Cat Treat Holder

I love making little treat holders for Halloween. This cute little spooky cat fun-size Hershey's treat holder is just "purr"fect and is lots of fun to make!






"Make It" Instructions
  1. Cut a 4-1/4" x 6-1/2" piece of Pumpkin Pie cardstock.
  2. Score on long side at 1-3/4", 2-1/4", 2-3/4", 4-1/2", 5", and 5-1/2".
  3. Score on short side at 1/2".



  4. Cut away bottom 1/2" sections up to rectangular section as shown in picture below. 
  5. Accordion fold score lines on each side.



  6. Adhere back sections together with accordion folds inside.
  7. Fold up bottom 1/2" section and adhere.


  8. Adhere a 1-1/2" x 3-1/2" piece of haunted house paper from Monster Bash DSP to front of holder. 
  9. Die cut a stitched circle from Stitched Shapes dies (2nd smallest) in Crushed Curry cardstock for the harvest moon. Adhere to center of DSP. 
  10. Cut out a cat in Basic Black cardstock with Cat Punch. Adhere cat on moon with Stampin' Dimensionals. 
  11. Die cut a small label from Ornate Frames dies in Whisper White cardstock. 
  12. Stamp label with "Spooky" sentiment from Spooktacular Bash stamp set in Black Memento ink. 
  13. Adhere label on bottom of treat holder with Stampin' Dimensionals.
  14. Insert fun-size Hershey's bar inside holder and delight a friend with some spooky fun!
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