Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Halloween and Harvest Blog Hop

Welcome to the Pals Blog Hop for October where we are celebrating an early Fall season by sharing Halloween and Autumn projects using our wonderful Stampin’ Up! supplies.  We hope you enjoy our creations!
You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from Beth McCullough at Stamping Mom, number 8 on the Pals Hop.  If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all the projects.

Halloween is just around the corner.  Are you ready for some SPOOKY treats?  Check out these cute treat bags which feature the Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper. The insert is a 3 7/8" X 10" piece which is scored at 1", 6",  and 8 1/2".  It is added to the Gusseted Cellophane Bag. No adhesive needed.  The cute pumpkin face was stamped using the Sparkly Seasons stamp set.  I used the 2 1/2" circle punch to crop it.  The witches hat was cased from a Chickn Scratch video.  I adhered two trees punched from Black Glimmer Paper to a SU clothespin with glue dots.  Then I punched the hat brim using a 1 1/4" circle punch first and then centering the 2 1/2" circle around the negative space, I punched again.  This was added to the clothespin piece using glue dots.  Remember, other types of adhesive do not work well on the glimmer paper.  Don't forget to make a cute bow using our Bow Builder punch.

Next I made a matching Curvy Keepsake Box.  This time I used a circle framelit to make the hat brim. I used the Word Window punch to make a slit to slip over the handles on the box.  So cute and easy!

The next stop is Michelle Gleeson at StampinMojo, number 10 on the Pals Blog Hop!  Thanks for visiting; I hope to see you on next month’s Pals Hop!

One last look at this spooky trio!

Don't forget to check out the FaBOOlous projects from the other Pals.

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  1. Such cute projects, and the witches hats are adorable!

  2. These are great and I can't wait to try the gusseted bag idea. Thanks for sharing!