Thursday, October 8, 2015

Skeleton Treat Bags


No "bones" about it, these are some scary treat bags!  


I used my Cricut and the Cricut Craft Room to make the skeletons.  The head and hands were made using the Human Body digital cartridge.  The bones were cut out using Create a Critter.  The bones did not have a shadow feature.  So, I assembled the arms and hands then adhered them to some black cardstock.  Then, I cut around the arms/hands by hand.  The body parts where adhered to a glassine bag.


The pumpkins were paper punched and a small sentiment  onto the front.  A little baker's twine bow finishes the project!

Supplies:
Stamps:  Studio G
Ink:  Versafine
Paper:  Recollections, Bazzill
Misc:  Cricut, Cricut Craft Room, baker's twine, pop up dots, oval paper punch, glassine bags

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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead!


I wanted to make some little Halloween treats that where a little different from the usual candy treats.  Don't get me wrong, I love candy, but I wanted to try something a little more unique.  Hostess products were buy one get one free at the grocery store so I figured that I should get them and give it a try.  Unfortunately, they don't make the Ding Dong packaging the same as when I was young.  I remember that they were wrapped in silver foil, but now they come in a white plastic package.  So, I opened it up and wrapped it in a piece of tin foil.

Then, using my Cricut, I cut out my witch's legs and hat.  The sentiment was computer generated and then paper punched out and mounted.  I also punched some little bats out of black glitter paper and added them on for a little extra "scary".


Supplies:
Paper:  Bazzill, Recollections
Misc:  Computer, Cricut, Create a Friend and Create a Critter 2 Cricut Cartridges, paper punches, pop up dots, Ding Dongs, tin foil

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