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Cardmaking 101: Simple Stamping with Rustic Retreat

12 Weeks of 2019 Stampin' Up! Halloween Projects - Week 8

LB04NonIt's time for Week 8 of the 12 Weeks of Halloween!  This is a super easy treat pouch that I absolutely love to make all the time for any occasion!

This Monster Bash Designer Series Paper is precious...not scary; just fun! Get some now and start making some of these Halloween treats!

Want to see how easy it is to put together? Here's the video tutorial...take a look!

Lisa's Inklings:
Cut designer paper 5" x 5".
Basic Black: 2" x 3" to die cut frame and 2" x 6" to slice in thin strips for filler.
Pumpkin Pie Card Stock: You'll need about 2" x 3" for to die cut the piece for "eat drink and be scary".
Ribbon not necessary to hold the wrap together, it just makes it that much cuter!
Here is the supply list for today's project.  Just click the photos below to shop in my online store.

Product List

If you enjoyed this project, be sure to check out this one made with the same Monster Bash designer paper.  And, if you're not a Halloween fan, you can still use these same ideas for other holidays or occasions!

When you shop the Online Store, be sure to use the Host Code, J2WE7TKD, to receive a FREE gift from me if your order is $50 or more before shipping and tax!  If your order totals, $150 or more before shipping and tax, no need to use the code.  You will earn Stampin' Rewards from Stampin' Up! and I will still send your gift!

Thanks for tuning in for Week 8 of the 12 Weeks of Halloween!  Now, don't delay! Get some of this cute Monster Bash paper now and start creating!

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