Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Get Candy Treat Container with Eileen Hull Inspiration Team

Happy Tuesday!!! 
Eileen Hull's Inspiration Team is so excited to share our favorite Halloween/Fall projects the whole month of October! 
I am sure you will be delighted to see how Eileen Hulls Inspiration Team has combined her dies to create some fun and fabulous projects!

Today I created a fun Candy Treat Container using Eileen's Trinket Box Die from Sizzix along with ThermoWeb Adhesive Sheets.

Cover mat board with ThermoWeb Adhesive. 
Add pattern paper to top of prepared chipboard. 
Die cut Trinket Box Pages from prepared chipboard to form container. 
Adhere ThermoWeb Adhesive behind pattern pumpkin on paper. 
Die cut pumpkin from pattern paper using circle die or punch using circle punch.

Adhere larger circle to top of prepared container. 
Add prepared circle to top of container. 
Fussy cut second set of eyes and mouth from pattern paper. 
Add to top of pumpkin with pop dots. 
Cut 2 small labels from the Bookplate Die to form leaves. 

Add leaves to top of pumpkin. 

Add twine bow to top of pumpkin. 

Cut two small rectangle pieces of pattern paper that will fit around Life Savers. 
Add ThermoWeb Adhesive to back of pattern paper. 
Wrap Life Savers with prepared paper. 

Cover both pieces of candy. 

Add small adhesive strips to back of Life Savers. 

Add to inside of book. 

Add small labels to top of candy wrappers. 

Punch small holes in front and back of prepared candy container. 
Add ribbon to form bow to hold closed. 

Add adhesive behind yellow paper; die cut label out. 

Add sticker to front of paper. 

Stop by Eileen's Blog to see all the fabulous projects that will be shared all month long! 

May Arts Tan Twine
Circle Punch
SRM Halloween Stickers
Pop Dots

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

1 comment:

  1. These are so creative Pam and so cute! Any kid (or grownup) would love to get this :-)