I saw this great scary guy on Pinterest. It's from Tracey's blog, you can find it here. Tracey used a Cricut Cartridge to make this great guy, but I substituted some paper punches and Nestabilities.
After I made my scary face, I whipped up a square 3 inch x 3 inch box and then adhered the face. I made these for the kiddos, this one is for my nephew, Joe. Inside the box, there is a little black tissue paper and baggie filled with Halloween candy. I made a simple tag, added a bat that was paper punched and personalized it with an alphabet stamp.
For the girls, I added some tulle and a crocheted flower.
Laura and Jenny came over on Sunday, and we watched two scary movies before the football game. Then, Jenny, filled a bag with some horror movies from my DVD collection to watch at home. She is definitely my niece! I have a picture that my brother's "lady" took of Jenny and I, the caption reads, "The apple and the tree". I think that pretty sums it up!
Stamps: JoAnn Fabrics and Graphic 45: Alphabets
Ink: Versafine, Memento
Paper: Bazzill, Colorbok, Recollections
Misc: Paper punches, Nestabilities, white gel pen, black Sharpie pen, tulle, button, crochet flowers, pop up dots, Scor-Pal, Scor-Tape, tissue paper, candy, clear bag, glitter chipboard letters
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