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Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Halloween Treats

Hi There ... I know I should work on my staging because it will make my projects looks so much more polished but it just seems like it's all I can do to get things photographed and uploaded.

While cleaning out my overhead at work I found a couple of left over Halloween Treat baskets I made for my co-workers last year.

These are incredibly easy to make so I thought I would share how to make them.

Supplies: Card stock, scallop punch, bat w/ sentiment & pumpkin faces (Stampin Up!), Shimmery paper for the ghost (Unknown), Fraidy Cat punch (Martha Stewart), Candy Corn image (Inkahootz!), Ghost #2 and Pumpkins #2 dies (Sizzix), Ink (Stampin Up! & Memories), Circle Punch (Marvy).

I generally use a 6 x 6 sheet of card stock because this makes a decent size little treat basket.
Score at 2 inches and 4 inches ... turn ... score at 2 inches and 4 inches
Fold along the score lines for nice sharp creases. Use your bone folder if necessary.
Cut as shown by dotted...

Use a strong adhesive to hold the basket in shape... decorate as desired!

Thanks for stopping by


Marie97 said...

Cute treat cups! TFS from BIF said...

Great project. It takes time to learn how to take a good photograph,......I am still in awe of some amazing project photos and am still trying to perfect my blog post. Don't worry sharing projects is the main thing we want to see aside from blogging and facebook!!!

Linda in Sweden said...

These were really cute :)

Hugs from Linda (BIF)

Unknown said...

Wow. These Are Great. Lucky Coworkers. Lol. Mine Aren't That Lucky. :)

Haidee said...

pretty neat project!!! TFS from the BIF group
can't wait to see you @ my blog :-)

Sukie said...

Super cute treat baskets! Thanks for the tutorial! BIF

Kimberly Pate | KP Kre8tions said...

Oh what super cute treat holders. The pumpkin looks scary. lol


dawnmercedes said...

ooh..thanks for sharing this. I'm going to try it today!! BIF hugs!!