Happy Halloween!!!! I am on the Craftwell Blog today!!!
Well in 10 days it will be Halloween so there is still 10 days to make some pretty candy packages to give to some of you favorite Trick or Treaters.
Begin by cutting 3 Sizzix Mini Pumpkins out using the Cut N Boss.
Using Craftwell eBrush and Spectrum Aqua Orange Marker, spray pumpkins.
Repeat with Amber...
Shade with the Spectrum Aqua Crimson Marker.
Spray leaves with Spectrum Aqua Bud Green Marker.
Shade with Spectrum Aqua Moss Green Marker.
Die cut a Sizzix XL Scoreboard Cube using matboard and Cut N Boss with both the A platforms.
Form cube and ink all the edges.
Cut strips of pattern paper.
Apply adhesive using Xyron Creative Station.
Ink edges with ColorBox Chest Roan Ink.
Remove adhesive and place on box. Repeat for inside of box.
Run pattern paper through the Xyron Creative Station.
Die cut Honeycomb die from Craftwell Memory Pocket Die Set.
Place on card stock, fussy cut around honeycomb.
Place over pattern strips on box sides.
Add pumpkins to sides of box with pop dots.
Fussy cut a small ghost from pattern paper and place on front of box.
Die cut Sizzix Candy Box using matboard and pattern paper.
Place under prepared box to use as box stand.
Punch circles from pattern paper and place on sides of stand.
Here is a closer look at the side of the box.
the other side with a spider glue to the top.
I hope you enjoyed my Trick or Treat Box.
We would love to see what Halloween Treat Boxes you might create this season using Craftwell.
Teresa Collins Masquerade Party pattern paper
Carta Bella Trick or Treat pattern paper
Sizzix Block Cube Box XL
Sizzix Mini Acorn & Pumpkin Die Set
Spectrum Markers: Orange, Amber, Crimson, Bud Green, Moss
Xyron Creative StationPop Dots
Craftwell Design Team
I'm so happy to be a Craftwell Design Team Member and help promote their wonderful products. They so generously supply us with so many fabulous dies, embossing folders and Cut N Boss Die Cutting Machine to work with like those that I'm using today.
This is a brilliant Halloween make Pam, I really like the candy box for the stand, it looks great. Apart from the hideously scary spider (I like him really), I love this whole project! Anne xxReplyDelete
so cute Pam!! Great idea to use the candy cup for a base!ReplyDelete