This fun treat was so easy to make. I just folded the top note from the big shot in 1/2 and tied ribbon around. I attached the fun image from batty for you. Change the colors and image to meet any off your needs.
Aren’t these Halloween bags so cute. I actually have several more, but this is all I had pictures of at the moment. My kids have been picking out which ones they are using for their trick-or-treat bags. I will have to say I was inspired by a card I saw on www.soshelli.com for the creative challenge. I don’t remember her name. She had made a Frankenstein and Dracula card which I though would be cute on a bag and then all the rest of the ideas just blossomed from their.
Next I started to play with ideas just to hide a fun gift at a party and came up with these toppers. They are so fast and easy to make and you can add them to a bag to hide the contents so easy. I have more as well, but this was all I had pictures of.
This Card was also inspired by the fun items above. I made 30 of these for my group meeting swap this past week. I was really excited because I won 1st Place. It’s basically 3 artist trading cards on a 3 x 6 card. It’s also all made with punches for the most part.
And last I have Mr. & Mrs. Frankenstein. With this saying I just couldn’t resist putting the couple together. I loved using the Kiwi Kiss with the Old Olive so they matched great but you could still see the difference in the two characters.
I love the big shot. Check out this cute Halloween box I made with the Scallop Envelope Bigz Die. It’s so quick and easy. I just love it. My up-line Amy Johnson showed me the pattern and I’m not sure where she got it but thanks.
Here are the fun Halloween pages I made for club this month. I was so proud because I actually got pictures on them. This was Halloween last year.
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