With Halloween just around the corner, I thought I would share with you some of my past Halloween favorites. Most of you know that I am don't really go crazy about Halloween, but every once in a blue moon I get a creative spark when it comes this holiday. I designed this witch hat treat box almost three years ago. It was one of my entries in the Artisan Award competition in 2009. I have seen it "re-made" several times and most people don't know to give me credit. There are even a couple of video tutorials on YouTube telling how to make it...too funny. But this is the one that started it all. It was on display at SU convetion that year. Once you submit a project for any SU contest (including Artisan Award), it becomes the property of SU and they are free to use it any way they want.
It is a treat box that you can open and put candy in. I wish I could take credit for the triangle box that forms the base. I learned how to make those a long time ago. One day a little light bulb went off in my head and I realized that it would make the cutest witch hat by just adding a cardstock brim.
Sorry I haven't posted much lately. Stampin' Up! has asked the Artisan Award winners to design a project to share on their Facebook Artist Project Wall. Everything is due this Wednesday, so I am frantically trying to come up with a last minute "original" idea. I'll be back soon, I promise.