Monday, November 3, 2008

Late Halloween post


Sorry I haven't posted lately. I was working on my Halloween treats and didn't want anyone to have a "peek" before Halloween. Everyone has gotten their treat now so I can show you what I made. I used my CB folder to emboss the orange cardstock and the black ribbon pulls the Reese's candy up. They were really fun and actually pretty fast to make. I hope everyone had a great Halloween and has recovered from the sugar rush!
Stamps: Broomzelda by Uptown Rubber Stamps, Happy Halloween dearie! by Patrick Lose
Ink: Brilliance Graphite Black
Accessories: CB folder, black ribbon, orange cardstock, color pencils with OMS, and Reese's candy bar

16 comments:

Laura said...

tooooo cute!!!!

scrappinmominky said...

Cute idea. I love these. I hope you had an awesome Halloween.

Heather

gale said...

That is so cute-what a great idea!!

fishlips said...

YUM YUM...They look so good OUTSTANDING Treat bags...I bet everyone really loved them too!!!

Dawn said...

I NEED that stamp!!! I love the Halloween "treat" and i am sure that your treaters did as well... off to visit that stamp site! thanks!!!

Lin said...

Oh how cute I koce the witch

Amber (bambi64) said...

Excuse me... You forgot to send me a treat!! lol Great treat holder. Love the inside ;)

CathyRose said...

That is such a cute treat bag. The embossing adds such a beautiful touch!

The Mama Monkey said...

I love this little bag! What a great idea for the kids!!

thescrapmaster said...

Ha ha, yes a little late but who cares because it is adorable!! I really like the goody bag.

~Samantha

Kelli said...

That is a cute, cute idea!

Heather said...

Ohh That is adorable! I love it! Hope you had a wonderful Halloween!

Louise, that's me!! said...

Great idea!! Very cool.

Rachel Brumley said...

Cute card. I bet everyone liked their treats.

Melzie said...

I love that EF!! I don't have it (yet) but I've borrowed my friends, and love, love, love it! :) Great stuff!

Shirley said...

Great post! The Halloween trick or treaters loved them I am sure.