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Speaking of candy…do you have your treats made for Halloween? If not I thought I would show you two that my team made at our September gathering. Both are quick and easy and they would be perfect to give to teachers, co-workers, trick or treaters, and maybe even the UPS guy when he delivers my order next week. 🙂
- Saw these adorable candy bones at the dollar store and knew I needed to design a treat holder just for them.
- You know me…it has to be quick and cute, It’s made with a folded piece of card stock with a hole cut in the center of the front side. I used one of the scalloped ovals from the Layering Oval Framelits.
- The Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set and Coordinating punch make decorating a snap.
- I used the Hand Held Stapler to close the top making sure the treat was stapled along with the card stock. This product is only available while supplies last. So if you’ve been meaning to purchase one…now is the time.
- Now for really quick! Put together a Clear Tiny Treat Box, fill with candy and decorate!
- This time I used the vampire, colored him with a Pumpkin Pie Marker.
- Use the Halloween Night Washi Tape around the bottom of the box
- Tie with some Halloween Night Baker’s Twine and add a little tag if so desired.
With A Happy Heart
The How – Trick or Treat Bones Candy Holder:
- Cut a a 2-1/2 x 7-1/2 piece of Cumber Crush card stock, score and fold in half at 3-3/4.
- Die cut a scalloped oval on the front side with the Layering Ovals Dies.
- Place the candy package inside the treat holder and staple closed making sure the candy package is stapled inside.
- Cute a 1-1/2 piece of Basic Black card stock, score at 3/4 and fold in half for the topper. Glue in place with Face Fuse.
- Cut a 2-1/4 x 1/2 Whisper White piece, stamp ‘trick or treat’ and adhere to the topper. Add rhinestones
- Stamp the Skeleton in Basic Black and punch him out using the Cookie Cutter Punch.
- Add glue to the eyes using the Fine Tip Glue Pen, wait for it to dry and add it to the project with
The What: Trick or Treat bones Candy Holder