Friday, September 21, 2012

 I found this cute bat treat box tutorial on Papers Crafters Library.  It is made with a small oval paper mache box using Graphic 45 Halloween paper, Happy Haunting.  It was designed by Jim The Gentleman Crafter.  If you haven't visited his blog yet, take some time to do so.  He is on the design team for Graphic 45 and does some unusual and unique projects.  

This was such an easy project and is completely finished on the inside.  It took me maybe twenty minutes to make and is the cutest little box.  I filled it with candy eyeballs as a little surprise for my grandson James.  He loves all things Halloween and the creepier the better.  Enjoy!

Thursday, September 20, 2012

 Halloween cards from the card class last evening.  We had dinner at Rudy's on the Katy Freeway and after catching up (it's been several months since we were all together) swapped our cards.  There were seven of  us in attendance.  All the cards were so cute. 

Our next swap will be anything Fall.  This should be a fun swap with all the neat stamp sets out there.    Enjoy the cards......

While surfing the Internet this morning, I came upon these cute treat boxes made by Julie Cluff.  They are made using the Petite Purse Bigz die from Stampin'Up.  They were fairly easy to make and took no time at all.  The bat was somewhat more detailed than Frankie.  I used googly eyes on the bat.  Wouldn't these be a cute treat for a teacher to give her students for Halloween?
Enjoy your day!

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