It's a beautiful day here for Halloween in Southwest Missouri! It quite chilly with a cold breeze but the sun is out and the beautiful fall leaves are displaying their glory!
Today I wanted to share some other projects that I have been in production here in the studio. Most of you know that I love to sew, especially for the granddaughters. Here are the little Halloween dresses and ,of course, treats with Stampin' Up! tags that were packed and shipped to them recently.
Lyla loves comfy dresses so her dress is made from a stretch knit. Mia's is a jumper in a cute cotton print. Here's a short video and the individual photos are below...
Have a great day and Happy Halloween from "Honey" and her sweet Lyla and Mia!
Today we have a cute mini open-top box for week 11 of the 12 Weeks of Stampin' Up! Halloween Projects here on Ink and Inspirations.
The construction of the actual mini box is very simple and you can embellish it simply or fancy! The tags you see in the photo above were some I created weeks ago and saved in a box for future use. These were perfect for this little Halloween project!
Watch the video tutorial below for the how-to and an option that's super quick and easy. Let's take a look!
Here are the Stampin' Up! products used for this project. I truly appreciate your orders!
Designer Paper is cut at 5" x 4-1/2". You will fussy cut a photo from the designer paper to make one like in the video.
You'll need about at 2" x 3" scrap of Pumpkin Pie and Basic Black card stock for punching.
Make this treat for any occasion by coordinating your designer paper to your container.
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Have you made any treats for Halloween? I hope you are enjoying this Halloween series. You can adapt these project ideas for any occasion! There's still time so shop now to get your supplies for this Halloween treat!
We are on the home stretch with our 12 Weeks of Halloween and this week we will be making this little triangle fold box.
The little "creatures" in the Boo To You Cling Stamp Set  are just cute enough not to be scary. This treat strays from the traditional Halloween colors. Just color the little creature to match your paper.
Here's the video tutorial for this week's Halloween project with Stampin' Up! Boo to You!
Cut paper to 3" x 6". Score at 3".
Put a little mark at 1-1/2" on each short side.
Make a diagonal score from this mark to the 3" score on both sides as shown in the video.
Add these products to your cart to make this cute triangle treat!
It'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.
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!
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It's Week 7 of the 12 Weeks of Stampin' Up! Halloween here on Ink and Inspirations! Today's project is an easy to assemble box for treats or even a small seasonal candle. The Harvest Hellos Bundle  takes center stage here. The stamp and punch combo make for easy crafting for the fall!
Let's take a look at the Halloween project for this week!
Are you enjoying the 12 Weeks of Halloween projects? I hope these ideas are inspiring you to use your love of our craft and share it in a fun way this season. If you don't create for Halloween, take these project ideas and make them your own for another holiday or special occasion!
Thanks for tuning in for today's Halloween project and I'll see you in the next post!
Good news: Thanks to all of my wonderful customers, amazing team, and supportive family and friends, I have earned the incentive trip to Maui with Stampin' Up! for 2020. I am deeply grateful and Jackie and I are so excited!
Secondly, we are in SE Texas with the horrible rains of Imelda and thankfully, we are still high and dry but in many areas, it is worse than Harvey in 2017. Please keep our communities in your prayers.
I hope you are well and you'll find some time to have some Halloween fun with this Stampin' Up! Halloween project!
Today's projects are two fun Halloween 2019 treat-giving ideas using the wonderful Spooktacular Bash Bundle from the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog. One is a treat pouch sized perfectly for miniature bags or bars of candy and the other is the tag to hang from a drink or other treat. This bundle is a fun one for Halloween but if that's not for you, be sure you don't miss the beautiful ornate frames. These can be used for any occasion. Now let's take a look at the video with these two projects!
Pouch Cut card stock for the pouch to 4" x 6". With 4" side at the top, score at 1/2". With 6" side at the top, score at 1-1/2" x 4-1/4". You'll need another piece of the same color card stock cut to 2-1/2" x 3-1/4". For the sentiment, stamp on Pumpkin Pie card stock (3" x 4") then die cut. Choose a character from the designer paper to die cut with a small frame.
Tag For tag, cut DSP (designer series paper) to 2" x 4". Accent strip is cut 1/2" x 2". You'll need approx. 2-1/2" x 3" to cut Basic Black tag and 2" x 2" to cut Gray Granite tag.
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Boy, do I have a fun project for Week 3 of the 12 Weeks of Halloween! Look at this guy! He'll pop up when you least expect it!
This fun Halloween character is one of three from the new Boo to you stamp set that will launch and be available on September 4, 2019, along with all the other fabulous products in the new Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog!
This is a fast motion video that would have taken way too long if left at regular speed. If you have any questions, please let me know!
You'll want to assemble the coffin first as seen in the video. If you want a textured look like the coffin on the right in the photo above, try the Stylish Scroll Embossing Folder (150665) on the top before you assemble it.
Here's Week 2 of 2019 Stampin' Up! Halloween projects with a cute little bag that holds some orange Tic Tac gum. You are also getting a sneak peek of some brand new product from the 2019 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog! Get your wish lists ready!
Let's take a look at this week's project...
Cut designer series paper to 6" x 6".
To score: Put what will be the top of the bag at the top of the scoring tool. Score at 1", 2-3/4", 3-3/4", 5-1/2".
Turn what will be the top of the bag to the right. Score at 1", 4-1/2", and 5-1/2".
Clip and trim as seen in the video.
Seen in this video are products from the Spooktacular Bash suite.
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By just using stamps, ink, and paper with some punches and a ribbon or twine, you can create a really cute treat wrap that turns a simple box of candy into a really special treat.