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Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Death by Chocolate

We had some awful storms yesterday and I'm sure glad they are over now!  It's so nice to see the sun shine again!  It's gone from 88 degree's down to 68 for a high today and the cooler weather is such a relief from all the humidity!  Phew!

Today, I have a Stampin' Up Mini Treat Bag decorated for Halloween!  I just LOVE how this bag turned out and so cute for a Halloween gift.






































The new Stampin' Up doilies are so cool!  They are black on one side and white on the other side.  So, you can sponge them any color you want on the white side which you will see in tomorrow's blog post.  And, you don't have to use the whole doily.  I've cut snippets from them and also cut the center out to use on other projects.  Love them!

Check out those eye's and the spiders.  Wowzers!!!  The Crystal Effects sure shines on the stamped black ink. 

I even put Designer Series Paper on the chocolate bar and added a bat.

 

Here are the Stampin' Up products that I used:

Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Die - Bag
Howl-o-ween Stamp Set - Skull and Bones and Witches' Hat
Sweet Hauntings Stamp Set - Tag
Witches' Night Stamp Set - Spiders and Bat
Sweet Li'l Things Designer Series Paper - Bag
Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper - Chocolate wrapping
Perfect Plum Card Stock - Hat
Crushed Curry Card Stock - Stars on Witches' Hat
Old Olive Card Stock - Band on Witches' Hat
Whisper White Card Stock - Skull and Bones, Bat and Tag
Old Olive Ink - Tag
Basic Black Ink - Skull and Bones, Bat and Spiders
Spider Web Doilies - On Bag
1 1/4" Burlap Ribbon - Frayed for Bow on Witches' Hat
Clothespin - (Retired) Stampin' Up does carry the Natural and Gold and Silver Clothespins which are fun to decorate yourself.
Dimensionals

That's all I have for today.  Be sure to come back tomorrow to see my post on a 'double' Mini Treat Bag!!!  

Thanks for stopping by!!!






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1 comment:

  1. Well Lynn My Friend......You BLEW this project out of the park. What a wonderful way to present a yummy treat to someone (wink-wink) this Halloween season. LOVE the eyeballs and the wrapped chocolate bar just COMPLETES this project.

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