Friday, October 28, 2011

Halloween Treat Bag Toppers


I just thought I'd share what I've been working on for the last couple of days.  My brother and sister-in-law host a pumpkin carving party every year, and I offered to make toppers for the treat bags.  Here are a couple of them.  They're still in progress, since I'm waiting for my Peachy Keen Uglies stamps to arrive to stamp on my monsters.  Hopefully they will arrive today.


The papers I used are from the K&Company Spooktacular paper pack.  I'm loving this paper!  I was at Michael's last night, and it was on clearance for $5.99, so get over there if you're interested.  My base is cut at 4 1/2" x 4", scored at 2".  I then added the My Creative Time XL Label Die, which I'd stamped with a border from XL Label Borders and a sentiment from Mixed Holiday Sentiments.  The witch's hat and crow are both cut at 3 1/4" from the Cricut Mini Monsters cartridge.

Recipe:

K&Company "Spooktacular" Patterned Paper
Core'dinations Textured Cardstock
My Creative Time XL Label Die
My Creative Time "XL Label Borders" & "Mixed Holiday Sentiments" Stamp Sets
Papertrey Ink True Black Ink


15 comments:

  1. Love them Katie, great job! I hope your stamps get there today! Love and Hugs, Cathryn :)

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  2. Very cute. I haven't gotten my treat bags made yet for my 3rd grade, need to start soon.

    Hugs,
    Kate

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  3. Katie, what a great idea. I love the die and matching stamp! The paper is perfect too!

    Have a great time.

    Linda

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  4. Katie these toppers are super cute. They are going to look so cute for the party. Everyone will love them. Tfs
    Hugs,Jen

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  5. there so cute, hope you stamps get there soon!!!
    Paula

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  6. So cute! My favorite paper!! :)
    Tracy M
    tracyscricutcorner.blogspot.com

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  7. Sooooo adorable! I love the background paper you chose! Your brother and sister-in-law are SUPER lucky!

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  8. LOL.... you are so funny Katie.. the Imagine cartridge was the Teresa Collins Black and white... and the polka dots in pink... Going to correct this mistake on my blog and link your blog as to my correction..... :-)
    hugs from ukiah

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  9. These are AWESOME! I hope you will post the monster ones when you are done with them. Hugs- Glora

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