Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Boo!!! Spiders Halloween "Fall-idays" Treat Box with Eileen Hull Inspiration Team

 Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Eileen Hull's Inspiration Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more HERE!.

Hi everyone!
Are you ready for to celebrate "Fall-idays" with Eileen Hull's Inspiration Team.
We are geared up to share with you some fun and fabulous projects using Eileen's Dies from Sizzix to celebrate the Fall and Winter seasons!
I created a fun little Trick or Treat Box using Eileen' Luggage Tag and Make it 3D Dies.

Begin by first cutting two of the Luggage Die and two of the Make It 3D pieces from chipboard.
Die cut Authentique Tricky Pattern Paper using same dies.
Adhere pattern paper to die cut pieces and form box.

Make sure to leave one of the Luggage tags in tack.
Remove the open window part of the second one.

Closer look at the front of Luggage Tag.
Stamp spider to show though window of Luggage Tag with black ink.
Ink edges with Clearsnap Nutmeg Blend Ink.

Glue window part of Luggage Tag together.
Stamp second spider on pattern paper; fussy cut out.
Add to front with adhesive.
Add Glossy Accent to spider body to make the body look raised.

Die cut flowers from the Place Card & Flowers;  ink edges and layer together with brad.
Glue to prepared treat box.
Die cut Spring Leaves; adhere to treat box.

Stamp "Boo" with black ink; ink edges and mat to pattern paper.
Adhere to treat box.

Adhere another prepared flower and leaf to bottom of treat box.

Fill treat box with goodies
. (I created a small notebook using Authentique Tricky pattern paper. Stamp "Happy Halloween" to front of the prepared notebook.)

Add one last flower to top of candy that is placed in the treat box.

Clearsnap Nutmeg Color Blends
Archival Black Ink
Glossy Accent
Glue Gun and Glue Stick

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  1. Love how you used the luggage tag with the make it 3D - I have both and will certainly be trying out your idea!! So fun in the bright colors and patterns Pam!