Monday, August 26, 2013

A little treat for you...

Sneak Peek giveaway!
We will be giving away the set we are showcasing each day to ONE lucky winner! For example, the set we are showcasing on Monday, we will announce the winner of that on Tuesday & so on......

ALL you have to do is leave a comment on each of our blogs! You are NOT required to comment on EVERY SINGLE blog, but the more you comment on, the better chance you have for winning! 
For EXTRA entries, you can spread the word about this release on Facebook, tweet about it OR even instagram it! #mycreativetime!
GOOD LUCK EVERYONE & let's start spreading the word! ;)
Who doesn't love Sneak Peeks?! I know I do. And I also know that you will see some amazing projects this week from the design team and Miss Emma! I tell you, that come up with some awesome stuff!
So, here's what I made for you today. A cute little box to put some goodies in for your favorite little Trick or Treater.  And I filled it with that amazing Candy Corn!


This cute little box is a file from SVGCuts. I love this little thing! And actually, in your cutting program, you could break the image apart, remove the pumpkin face, and replace it with something else, making this a little treat box you could use for any occasion. I put a strip of Scor Tape around the bottom edge and wrapped it with twine. I like how it finished off that bottom edge a bit.


 I used one of Emma's banner dies to stamp the sentiment on. I used dimensional adhesive to adhere to the lid. I ran a ribbon up through the precut holes and then through a button. Tied a bit of twine to finish off the look.


And who doesn't love Candy Corn! Just filled a little bag I had and tied it off with ribbon. I hope you like this little treat box and will make some of your own. Especially since you could custom tailor it for any occasion.

Here's what I used on this project.

Fright Night Stamp Set ~ New Release

 So...I came up with one other idea real quick. Stamps and dies don't only have to be used on a card or layout or decor piece. I had an idea to make a cute hair bow for my grand daughter for Halloween season. I used black and orange tulle and gather it all together and wrapped a wire around to secure. Previously, I had used the new little ghost die and cut about 6-7 pieces. I glued one to the other until it was a nice sturdy thickness, like chipboard. On the top, I smeared white glue and sprinkled it with Martha Stewart glitter. I used black Stickles for the eyes. I then stamped the word "Boo" on black and embossed with white embossing powder. I added the word with a dimensional adhesive, and used hot glue along with it. Wasn't wanting to stick to the glitter. Then I hot glued that to the center of the tulle. The whole piece I then glued on to one of Miss Aleida's stretchy hair bands. I got a good pic of the headband, but not so good on her head. I will post the one I got though...even though it's not the greatest photo. If I have time I'll try again. So.....ready to see?! I like it and I hope you do too. Maybe you can think of your own ways to use products other that paper crafting.




 Here's what I used to create this hair bow.

Cutie Patootie Ghost Die ~ New Release
Fright Night Stamp Set ~ New Release

So...there you have it, my little treat box showcasing the new stamp set called Fright Night, and my Cutie Patootie Ghost hair bow.  Have fun checking out all the amazing projects the other design team members have for you. 










72 comments :

  1. oh wow Cheryl these are cute. But that hair bow is so AWESOME!!! It will be hit for Oct. Beautiful creations & TFS An'Jenic-

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  2. These are great projects! Loving what you did with the hair bow! So creative!

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  3. I love your treat box and your fancy schmancy hair bow both are adorabs!! You are one clever and creative gal. Love how you used Emma's goodies. This release is so amazing and it's only the 1st day. TFS!!! TFS!!!!

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  4. <3 that hair bow......and the treat box is super cute! Nice Job

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  5. I love both projects! Super excited for this release!
    Glenda
    slatsinhi@yahoo.com

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  6. Thank you Cheryl for sharing your Adorable Treat box! What a clever and creative idea! I'm really excited to see the rest of this release! Have a wonderful day! :)

    Suzanne :)
    suzwatanabe@yahoo.com

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  7. Love your projects! That hair bow is adorable.

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  8. What wonderful projects you created! The treat box is super adorable, I love the button on the top, nice touch! The hair bow is darling.

    Spooky crafting,
    Debbie

    dhawk@centurylink.net

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  9. Gorgeous use of the Ghosty for the headband, I love it, makes me think.
    Kristi
    kidshomelove at yahoo dot com

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  10. Awesome projects Cheryl! Love that fun pumpkin treat box and that hair bow....PERFECT for Halloween!!!
    Thanks for sharing and have a GREAT Monday!
    Jessica
    chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com

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  11. Super fun project. Tfs
    Evelyn
    Evl14512 at gmail.com

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  12. omg the candy box and hair bow are soooo cute!!!
    win_or_lose52 at Hotmail dot com

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  13. Super cute, love the hair bow and treat box!!

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  14. Ahwww! Love the hair bow! Thanks for sharing

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  15. Absolutely fabulous projects to showcase this first round of the new release! The hair bow = cute X adorable!! Super spook-tacular! Excited to shop!!
    c

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  16. Never have enough treat ideas and I love the hair bow as well!!

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  17. Love the treat box and the bow is a great idea too!!
    Amy

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  18. Wow I love your treat box and the decoration is perfect, thanks for sharing.

    alvinadiaz@msn.com

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  19. Oh my!! I love, love, love, both of these ideas!! So cute!! ~hugs, saundra

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  20. Fabulous projects!!! That hairbow is simply precious. I've got to make some for my granddaughters. They'll love it. Thanks for the amazing inspiration.

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  21. So super fun!! And I love the hairband--great idea :)


    hbisesi at comcast dot net

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  22. Sweet little pumpkin box all decorated up, Cheryl. Fun projects!!! :)

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  23. Too cute! I made a Candy Corn holder for later in the week...unfortunately, I ate most of the candy!!! LOL ;)

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  24. Love both of your projects! Very creative and thanks for helping my mind think out of the box with Stamps and dies!

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  25. Super cute projects! Thanks for sharing.

    Kat
    kat.raymond@gmail.com

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  26. Wow, that treat box is adorable! And I love the hair bow, how cute!

    Leslie
    cascrapper at gmail dot com

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  27. OMGosh the treat box is too cute and I love, love the hair bow!! How perfect for Halloween!! Loving what you ladies are doing with this sneaky peak!!

    bsl60 at embarqmail dot com

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  28. Cute treat box and I love the hair bow!!! Very creative!

    Julie L.

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  29. All the projects are super cute. I am excited to see the rest of the release.Karen

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  30. I adore the head band piece I have 4 little grand daughters that would love to sport one to school since they cant wear costums in our district. thanks for sharing your ideas. Mindy1qc@msn.com

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  31. How Adorable! Love the treat box and especially love the bow!
    Sandie

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  32. Super adorable projects you got here. Candy corn is very tasty. lol I cant wait to see the rest of the release.

    ghost231985@yahoo.com

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  33. Super cute!!!

    Lisa S.
    Lisa@ordnerfarms.com

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  34. Oooooh, you have one of my favorite treats...love me some candy corns. Very cute projects.

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  35. what a great idea to make the box so it can be reused
    upnurse at aol dot com

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  36. What an awesome little treat box (and I love candy corn - hee hee). And your hair bow -- it's to die for! Can't wait to get my hands on this new release.

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  37. OK....way toooo cute!! Love the tulle hair band and that adorable candy box ROCKS!!! Love your projects. Hugs, T

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  38. what a creative way to use MCT stamps!! LOVE this!

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  39. Great projects. Love the way you thought out of the box and made that adorable bow. My niece's little girl would love it. TFS. ogdendoll@gmail.com

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  40. I love Halloween, can't wait to see the rest of the release! Thanks for the inspiration your cute treat holder and bow were such an awesome idea:)

    Peace, Love, & Cricut Hugs!
    Monica L.

    moni023 at yahoo dot com

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  41. Love the treat box ... And that hair bow is adorable :)

    pruttybird at comcast dot net

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  42. Fabulous pumpkin treat container and it comes with yummy candy corn...you rock! The hair bow is the cutest! Great job!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  43. Fabulous treat box!!
    Kathy
    Salido99@msn.com
    http://3spoileddogs.blogspot.com/

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  44. OMG - this treat box is so adorable!!!

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  45. That treat box is absolutely adorable and WOW, love that bow, what a great idea. So creative.

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  46. Cute, Cute, Cute. TFS.
    D~
    http://designsbydragonfly.blogspot.com

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  47. Great projects. I like the dots and how you used the twine...super! Fun idea with the hair decor...very clever. She does not know how lucky she is to have a clever and crafty grandma ;)
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  48. Great projects Cheryl! The twine looks awesome along the bottom! Love and Hugs, Cathryn :)

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  49. What a cute treat box - so clever!

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  50. The treat box is adorable!! The candy corn is awesome as well. Favorite candy!

    calebsmommy1031@gmail.com

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  51. I love Halloween...and love your treat box and hair accessory. Can't help but picture that little treat box with a battery operated votive...for my Halloween loving friends that don't eat sugar!
    XOXOX & Blessings,
    Carol
    hrhcva@gmail.com

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  52. Great projects! Looks like a great release as well! Love the box! I love little treat boxes so I need to go find it!

    mimiscraftroom.blogspot.com

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  53. The treat box is so cute! Great job.

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  54. I love the treat box instead of a goodie bag! It's adorable! I love the ghost & bow too! Great job! Excited to see more from you lovely ladies!!

    Jennifer.rose112@gmail.com

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  55. The ghost hair bow is so cute- I really like your treat box.

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  56. Awesome projects!! Great job!

    Cindylop@rocketmail.com

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  57. Both of your projects are amazing!!

    Veronica

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  58. Your Halloween treat box is adorable and love the paper & face.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

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  59. What a fantastic idea for a hair bow!!! Super-cute box too--I love the face showing the black from the bottom. Did that make sense, lol?

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  60. What an awesome treat box! Just looking at it makes me want some candy..lol! So cute!!

    Hugs,
    Jess
    craftingwithjess@gmail.com

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  61. Cute treat box! I love the idea of using sticky strip to keep the twine in place. It looks so cute on the bottom of the box. Your hair bow is adorable......tfs.........dianne

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  62. Fabulous 3D project and headband!

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  63. great job!! thanks for sharing

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  64. Love the twine along the bottom! Super cute treat!

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  65. So cute. That is just a darling little treat holder. How fun. Thanks for sharing.

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