Tuesday, October 6, 2015

More Baker's Box Treat Holders

Intentions were to complete and share this post on Friday but it was "one of those afternoons!"  Despite the soggy weather, the morning was great.  Ladies from our local craft club gathered to make the Witching Decor Project Kit, a Halloween card and the treat holder from the latest Paper Pumpkin kit. I had fun working with the ladies as they completed their projects.  After the class, I dashed home to unload my supplies and repack my car to leave for a weekend in Atlanta.  When I reached our condo, I unpacked and then realized not only had I forgot my computer but left several other items behind!  My efforts to use my cell phone to complete the post was not very successful so I decided to relax and not fret over all that I left behind.  

Earlier I shared a Halloween baker's box treat holder made using the Baker's Box Thinlits and the Go Wild Designer Series Paper Stack.  The box was embellished with a tag from the Sweet Hauntings stamp set and with the skull and bones from the Howl-o-ween Treat stamp set.  It was so much fun to make that I decided to use the Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper (DSP) to make another.  This time instead of making a tag, I decided to stamp directly onto the DSP using the Howl-o-ween stamp set and clipped a piece of a Spider Web Doilie to the box.  Stamping on DSP is a technique that I must remember to use more often! 

While in the baker's box mode, I decided to pull out the All Boxed Up Kit and completed it.  If you wish to make some cute treat holders and don't have time to use cut the boxes and embellishments, this is the perfect kit to use.  The kit's ten boxes are die-cut, scored and have adhesive attached for quick construction.  Use the greetings from the All Boxed Up stamp set or select your preferred greeting to complete the kit.

Baker's Boxes using Stampin' Up! All Boxed Up Kit and the Baker's Box Thinlits with Happy Haunting DSP
As mentioned the craft club made the Witching Decor Project Kit on Friday.  Today one of the attendees, Lynne Young, sent me a photo of her beautiful Halloween table decor.  With her permission, I'm sharing it and hope she's inspired you to create your own Halloween decor!
Lynne's Halloween Table Decor using Stampin' Up! Witching Decor Project Kit
Thanks for stopping by...
and don't hesitate to contact me with your questions. (margkni@gmail.com).

 
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