Welcome to our 5 days of "Halloween Hustle"! Yep, we will have 5 days worth of last minute ideas to trick your treats! You will ALSO see 3-D projects, home decor & even cards! I hope you are ALL ready for some HALLOWEEN HUSTLE "FUN"! There will be giveaways all week! Check Emma's blog to see what it will be! Also, if you missed out on our sale last week! Well....for this weekend ONLY, starting this Friday 10/25/2013 @ 12:01am PST thru Sunday 10/27/2013 @ 11:59pm PST you can use the code OCT2013 to get 20% off your entire order in my store HERE! Remember I told you about making a "Teeny Tag Holiday" stamp set? WELL....wait no longer, it will be available this Friday, 10/25/2013 in my store HERE!
Today is day 4 of our Halloween Hustle. I hope you have gotten some ideas, and enjoyed all the projects from our DT, I never get bored playing with Miss Emma's stamps and dies...and I am sure you don't either.
Here is my treats for today.
You've seen the sour cream packets, right? Well, make your own and fill them with goodies. Cut a rectangle...any size. Make it wider than longer. You will want to use very strong adhesive for this. I use Scor Tape. Add it to one short side and both long sides. Wrap the short edge with the tape over the other and press to stick. Then, align one of the top edges and press good to stick. Now...turn the box half a turn so the next side closes the opposite of the first one. I have one of the paper crimpers for crimping paper...well, I use that to crimp just the very edge. Don't turn it in too far, you don't want to ruin the box.
So, pick some cute papers and whip up a bunch of these...so fun to make, and peeps get to just rip them open! Here are the ones I made.
For this one, I cut the ghost out of glitter paper by American Crafts. Wrapped some twine and added a sentiment.
For this one, I used the circle of the scallop circle die set. Added a sentiment, some enamel dots, and a bit of twine.
For this one, I stamped right onto the paper, added some sequins, twine, and a cute pumpkin. Aren't
So, here's what I used for these cute candy pouches.