Hi Everyone! Welcome to another Glitter Queen Blog Hop! We are bring you all kinds of Halloween Treat Holders to get you in the “spirit” of Halloween!
AND I am offering Blog Candy! Leave a comment on this post to be entered to win!
De-Stashing your Stash!
Monster Bash Designer Paper is a lot of fun. But if you’re like me, there is always a sheet or 2 of paper left over from the pack. I’m on this mission to use my seasonal designer paper up! This treat holder is great way to help that mission! You get 4 treat holders out of 1 sheet of paper!
Cardstock (really any color – grab your scraps!) 2-1/2″ x 3″. Score at 3/4″ all 4 sides.
Designer Series Paper – 6″ x 6″
General Instructions: Tip! Watch video below and use the written
Make box bottom base with cardstock
Add Snail Adhesive (Or use Tear & Tape) along the bottom and one side of the backside of the Designer Paper.
Wrap bottom of Designer Paper (adhesive on bottom) around the box base.
Adhere side of paper.
Round corners and punch center hole for ribbon.
Fill with treats and tie with ribbon. OR you can skip punching hole and staple top.
Hi Everyone! I got the biggest smile when I had seen online putting vampire teeth in donuts! I added Sixlets for eyes. And I thought how fun to use the Boo to You Stamp Set with the Assorted Googly Eyes and make a quick banner.
Yes, you absolutely could stamp on Thich Whisper White and using our Stampin Blends to color the images. But sometimes it’s nice just to have a down & dirty and CUTE way to use the images too!
Here, I die cut the large scallop from the Layer Circles Die in Crushed Curry, Gorgeous Grape and Granny Apple Green. The same colors in the Assorted Googly Eyes!
Stamp sentiments from the set in black ink and layer with circles from circles (see supplies below).
Wooden skews can be found in the kitchen isle at stores.
How to assemble:
Tie Bakers Twine on skews.
Take a 1-1/2″ Circle (I used basic black so you could see how it looks) in coordinating cardstock and place on twine with a dimensional.
Add another dimensional over top so you sandwich the twine.
Add scallop circle with image – making sure the top half of the image is adhered. You need the weight to be underneath the dimensional so it hangs properly.
Add sentiments on either end, covering the twine.
Add bat punch image using black dimensionals.
I hope this gives you an idea to try if you take donuts into work or if you host a Halloween party!
Hi Everyone! What’s spookier than a family of sharks!? And how fun to add this to your treat bag! Or put a little candy inside his Baby Shark mouth 🙂 Or better yet, have your children or grandkids make for their friends for Halloween.
See photos below to assemble! My description steps will following the order of the pictures:
Start with point at top.
Bring bottom point up to top point. Use bone folder for crisp fold.
You now have a triangle. Bring right bottom point up to meet top point. Use bone folder.
Repeat left point.
Take the front layer top point directly down to the fold. This creates the pocket.
Take the right side point and bring in up and tuck inside the “pocket”. The pocket will not fully develop until booth sides tucked.
Take the left side point and tuck into the pocket.
Now we need some shark accessories! Turn it around so the tucked part is up to the top of your work surface as shown:
Materials for the shark:
2-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ squares – 1 Whisper White, 1 Petal Pink – Free hand cut at the diagonal
1″ x 3-1/2″ Whisper White
2″ x 2-3/4″ in shark cardstock color
2-3/4″ x 2-3/4″ in shark cardstock color
Googly Eyes – I like the big ones!
For the 2″x 2-3/4″ rectangle – cut as shown to make top fin and side fins. Use Multipurpose glue to adhere to back. TIP! Not shown.- Adhere the 2-3/4″ square to the back of your shark. This covers the fins and adds a finished look to the bookmarker.
Update! Here’s a Video Tutorial for you!
Enjoy making your Baby Shark and Family Corner Bookmarks!
Hi Everyone! Welcome to another Glitter Queen Hop! It’s a Fall Fun-Fold Fantastic Hop theme!
I’m excited to share with you this easy to add Mountain Valley fold to the inside of any card.
I like it horizontal on the inside and I’m sure you could make it vertically too!
To make the mountain valley fold component, take a 1″ x 11″ strip of cardstock and score at 2-3/4″, 5-1/2″ and 8-1/2″. The mountain fold is the center fold at 5-1/2″ and the other 2 scores are the valley folds.
Cardbase: 4-1/4″ x 11″ scored in half at 5-1/2″
3 sets of layering sections: 4-1/” x 5-3/8″ cardstock & 4″ x 5-1/4″ Designer Paper
Mountain Valley insert as stated above: 1″ x 11″ strip of cardstock and score at 2-3/4″, 5-1/2″ and 8-1/2″. The mountain fold is the center fold at 5-1/2″ and the other 2 scores are the valley folds.
For layering squares: (4) 2″ x 2″ Whisper White & (3) 1-7/8″ x 1-7/8″ Designer Paper
Add layering sections to front and inside of card.
Add the Mountain Valley fold strip to the inside of the card as shown. Either end of the strip (think 1st section and the last 4th section) get glued down completely. the 2 center folds are not adhered.
Stamp images on the plain whisper white cardstock square.
Layer Designer Paper Squares unto the whisper white squares. Add all four squares to the inside of the card
Using Gather Together Bundle, create elements for the Stitched Nested Labels Die. Adhere to front of card.
After toothbrush splatter, add Shimmery Crystal Effects to the pumpkins.
The copper shimmer paint is on the clearance rack at the time of the post! and perfect for all accents. I used a dedicated toothbrush to splatter the paint on the front and inside of the card.
Helping others discover the love of paper crafting through stamping and Stampin’ Up! products is my thing!
When someone receives a handmade card or gift, they feel special. And I love making others feel special, don’t you? Through stamps, paper and ink, I can make someone’s day!
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