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12 Weeks of Halloween 2017- Week 1


Can you believe it's time to begin the 12 Weeks of Halloween for 2017?  To start you off, here's a cute Frankenstein treat bag!


I haven't made a cute Halloween "Frankie" in several years so it was about time to give him another showing.   In this project, we made a card with our now retired Top Note Die. 

For those of us who create for Halloween, we need ideas for treats and home decor, right?  For the most part, this is the trend I've noticed in the past few years so for the 2017 12 Weeks series that will be our focus.

Let's take a look at today's video!

You can see Week 1 of the 12 Weeks of Halloween video on You Tube HERE.

Here are the Stampin' Up! products used in today's video.  Just click the pics!

Product List

 Lisa's Inklings:

  • Cut the Lemon Lime Twist card stock to 6 1/4" x 11" to cut the Mini Treat Bag.
  • Assemble the bag and cut the top edge off the back of the bag as seen in the video.
  • Cut the following circle punches: 1/2"- 1 Basic Black (cut in half), 3/4" Circles- 2 Basic Black, 1" Circles- 2 Lemon Lime (cut in half...you'll use three pieces) and 2 Whisper White.

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This is a fun Halloween project so give it a try! 

Thanks for tuning in for Week 1 of the 12 Weeks of Halloween 2017...see you again soon!


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