It’s October! And October means Halloween! We have a spooktacular blog hop lined up for you with our Paper Adventures Team as well as Guest Designer Tanya Boser. Welcome Tanya, I hope you will enjoy hopping along with us.
Halloween is not overly big in Australia but there are some cute Halloween sets in the new holiday catalogue that I just couldn’t pass up!
The preparation is well under the way for my Kids Halloween Craft Class that I am hosting on 31 October. I love these little treat boxes decorated for a fun Halloween project!
So cute right???
I got my inspiration for these little treat boxes from another fellow Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator LaQuita Jackson you can view her video here.
I used the die from the Takeout Treats bundle to cut my little boxes out and before adhering them together, I used a matching ink pad to the cardstock to do some background stamping using the cute little lolly stamp from the bundle. Once I assembled my box together it was time to decorate!
Did you know the Toil and Trouble Designer Series paper can be die cut out using the dies in the bundle? This was such a time saver for me. I didn’t need to colour in the images, just used my dies to cut out the images on the DSP. Total win for me as I have been super time poor this week!
To decorate I used some 1 inch wide cardstock with the triple banner punch, added some vellum cut out using my starburst punch and stamped some Halloween sentiments. I used some dimensionals to stick my cut out DSP images. I must not forget my spooky bat punch too, this little project used 3 different punches. Perfect for saving time and for a kids class.
It’s not too late to join my Kids Halloween Craft Class on Wednesday 31st October. I have two time slots available 3.30pm – 4.30pm and 5pm – 6pm. If your kids would like to come along to join in on some Halloween Craft please get in touch with me. The class will cost $10 per child. I would love to have your child join me for some Halloween fun! I haven’t finished designing for the class just yet…I will be doing some Halloween design brainstorming over the weekend.
I hope you have enjoyed my Halloween Treat Boxes today. Be sure to click on the next button below to hop around the blog to see what the rest of the team has created. Next up is my lovely friend Narelle, lets see what spooky creation she has in store for us!
Catch you next time,