Leaves are fallin' around here and the temperature has dropped so it gets me thinking more about fall than summer. What's my favorite part of fall? Halloween, of course! I love making little treat bags for my kids classmates. Here is what I came up with for this year.
I used a black piece of cardstock 3 1/2" x 11. I scored at 4 1/4", 4 3/4" and 9". Then I fold it.
For the witch bag, I used a 3 1/8" x 3 1/8" piece of SU's Halloween Night Designer paper (retired). I ripped it along the bottom and attached it to the base, under the flap. Using the set, Fright Night, by My Favorite Things, I stamped "Happy Haunting in black on only orange cardstock. I punched out the saying using the large oval punch and then matted it on black and cut around the oval using my scissors. I added a brad for decoration. Next, I tore the bottom of the flap and added an orange piece of ripped cardstock underneath. Then, I tied a piece of tangerine grosgrain ribbon around it. For the main image, I colored it with prismas and matted it on black and orange.
For the next bag, I used the same designer paper matted to a piece of orange card stock and attached to the base with brads. Trick-or-treat was stamped in black on orange cardstock and punched out with the word window punch and matted on black. Then I trimmed around it with my scissors. The main image was stamped and then masked. I stamped over it with an oval stamp (A Muse) to create a shadow by their feet. I then doodled a frame around them and colored the image in using prismas. Finally, tangerine grosgrain was tied around the top.
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