Happy Halloween Treats my papercrafting friends!
Here’s a really simple but quick and cute project for your little goblins or your friends at the office (those can be scary too sometimes.) JK!
Super cute and here’s what’s inside:
This little treat holder is so easy to DIY and it really personalizes your Halloween Treat. I put it together just by using scrap pieces I had around my studio and the extras I had from the Sept 2018 Paper Pumpkin Kit. I love Paper Pumpkin because it’s a “no-brainer” all inclusive craft kit for only $19.95 (that INCLUDES shipping) or you can get better pricing if you subscribe for a 3 month, 6 month or Annual subscription. You can suspend a month or cancel at any time. It’s easy and hassle-free. I hope you try it sometime. Here’s link to subscribe: https://www.paperpumpkin.com/en-us/sign-up/?demoid=2163704
If you want directions for my Halloween Treat Holder just click on the blue tams# 27401 link below, right before the Product List. (I’m exploring this feature today.) I didn’t include the score line dimensions in the instructions because you really need to just fold your cardstock to cover your treat. Your packaging size might vary. Just keep it simple.
To make this project, you will need the following supplies or use what you have. Click on any picture to place an order, it will take you to my Stampin Up! On-line store. AND please, don’t forget to use the HOST CODE JRRZ3937 to get a free gift from me next month!
So, I was going to the bank I drove passed this sign in front of the First Christian Church and just HAD to pull over to take a photo…after I stopped laughing.
It brought back so many happy memories of my childhood Halloween Trick or Treating experience. There were 2 things I despised receiving (I know, I know – what an ungrateful brat!) – a box of raisins and homemade popcorn balls! I usually gave those to my Dad to eat. LOL! BUT, at the price of raisins today I’d gladly and gratefully appreciate a box of raisins (my heart would still prefer a box of chocolates.) I still don’t like popcorn balls but I don’t think anyone would actually make popcorn balls to hand out to children anymore due to health code concerns and safety issues. It’s definitely a different world.
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