I can't believe it's time for another blog hop by the official Stampin' Up! 2013-14 Artisan Design Team. Each week I am truly amazed to see what all of these super talented ladies have created. I feel so blessed to be a part of this incredible team.
For today's project I thought I would share a Trick-or-Treat themed project. This would also be a great Thanksgiving favor. Everyone already knows that the Pumpkin Pie Goodie Gear Simply Created Kit is a great value at on $4.95 (US). They are already cute the way the package shows them, but I thought it would be fun to step them up a little...well...OK...a lot! Today's project starts with the cello bags, die cut Kraft tags and Whisper White banners from the kit, but that is where it ends. Save that Bermuda Bay Baker's Twine and those stickers for another project because to make these treat bags you won't need them. What you will need is some Pumpkin Pie & Old Olive card stock, linen thread, Woodgrain stamp, Fabulous Phrases stamp set, Oh, Hello stamp set, an Old Olive marker, Crumb Cake & Early Espresso ink pads, a clothes pin, some jute twine, some Burlap Ribbon, the Boho Blossoms and Small Oval punches, and some Witches' Brew Designer Washi Tape. You can pick-up almost everything you need right here in my online store.
I used the left-over stickers from the kit to cover little bottles of bubbles. I teach preschool crafts at church and I wanted a fun Halloween alternative favor to give to my little ones. You can purchase these little bottles (or something similar) at your local discount or craft store in either the Halloween section or wedding favor section. I cut the sticker strips into 3-1/8" strips, stamped a greeting from the Blessings From Heaven stamp set with Jet Black StazOn Ink, and then wrapped them around the bottles. I had a little difficulty making the stickers adhere to the bottles, so I overlapped the ends slightly. I also used a 1/2" circle punch to cut circles for the tops of the bottles.
I hope you have enjoyed today's projects. Now be sure to head on over to see what Erica Cerwin and the rest of the Artisan Design Team have in store for you!
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