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Monday, November 14, 2016

Stampin' Up Sneak Peek 2016-2017 Holiday Catalog Pumpkin Treat Holders Flourishing Phrases Home Sweet Home Everyday Jars Jar of Haunts Halloween Scares Spooky Fun Halloween Scenes Cookie Cutter Halloween II


I decided to post some of my most popular designs this week since I'm on vacation:
  This blog post has 1023 blog views; totally amazing!!!  Thank you all for visiting my blog!!!




Today, I have another adorable 3D Pumpkin Project to share with you that I designed using a lot of new Halloween Stampin' Up products from SU's new 2016-2017 Holiday Catalog that goes live on September 1st.  One of the neatest perks of being a Stampin' Up Demonstrator is that you get to pre-order the product almost a month before their catalog goes live.  And then, we get to show it off to you!!!

I actually used a few products from SU's Annual Catalog too! As you can tell by my blog post title, there's a lot of product used in my project.

Each Pumpkin face has a 2" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" open top box (which is an inch taller than the Battery Tea Light/Treat Holder Pumpkins that I posted on Friday) adhered to the back of each Pumpkin face and filled with different candies.  

Click here to see Friday's blog post
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Let's take a look at my second 3D project:

Now, how cute would these be at a Halloween Party!

Using SU's Everyday Jar Framelits, I die cut the largest Jar die from SU Pumpkin Pie Cardstock.  

I stamped the Pumpkin Face from SU's new Jar of Haunts Stamp Set in Black Memento Ink.

I die cut the Jar Lid from Everyday Jar Framelits out of Soft Suede Cardstock and adhered it to the top of my Jar using Mono Multi-Purpose Glue.

Using SU's new Halloween Night Baker's Twine in Basic Black & Orange and Basic Black & Gray, I tied bows around the tops of my Jar Lids.

I stamped the Leaves using SU's Flourishing Phrases Stamp Set in Old Olive Ink onto Old Olive Cardstock.  I fussy cut out the leaves and adhered them to my Jar Lids underneath the Baker's Twine using Mono Multi-Purpose Glue.

I used SU's new Home Sweet Home Thinlits dies and Basic Black Cardstock to die cut all the Bat's on all the Leaves on all the Pumpkins.

I stamped the Ghost in Black Memento Ink using SU's new Spooky Fun Stamp Set, fussy cut it out, went around the edges with SU's Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker and adhered it to the Pumpkin with a small piece of a Stampin' Dimensional. 

I stamped the 3 Pumpkins in Black Memento Ink using SU's new Spooky Fun Stamp Set onto Pumpkin Pie Cardstock, die cut them out using SU's new Halloween Scenes Edgelits Dies and adhered them to the Pumpkin using Stampin' Dimensionals.






































Using SU's new Sweet Home Stamp Set, I stamped the Ghost in Black Memento Ink onto Whisper White Cardstock.  I die cut the Ghost out using SU's new coordinating Home Sweet Home Thinlits Dies and adhered it to my Pumpkin using Mono Multi-Purpose Glue.

Using SU's new Spooky Fun Stamp Set, I stamped the Headstones in Black Memento Ink onto Smokey Slate Cardstock.  I die cut them out using SU's new coordinating Halloween Scenes Edgelits Dies and adhered them to my Pumpkin using Stampin' Dimensionals.






































Using SU's new Halloween Scenes Edgelits Dies, I die cut the Fence from Basic Black Cardstock.  I trimmed off 3 Fence Posts and adhered them to my Pumpkin using Mono Multi-Purpose Glue.

Using SU's new Sweet Home Stamp Set, I stamped the Ghost in Black Memento Ink onto Whisper White Cardstock.  I die cut the Ghost out using SU's new coordinating Home Sweet Home Thinlits Dies and adhered it to my Pumpkin using Mono Multi-Purpose Glue.

Using SU's new Halloween Scares Stamp Set, I colored the small Pumpkin with Stampin' Write Markers in Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie, huffed on the stamp to rejuvenate the ink and stamped it onto Whisper White Cardstock.  I fussy cut the Pumpkin out and adhered it to the Fence using a small piece of Stampin' Dimensional.






































Again, using SU's new Halloween Scenes Edgelits Dies, I die cut the Fence from Basic Black Cardstock.  I trimmed off 3 Fence Posts and adhered them to my Pumpkin using Mono Multi-Purpose Glue.

I stamped the Ghost in Black Memento Ink using SU's new Spooky Fun Stamp Set, fussy cut it out, went around the edges with SU's Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker and adhered it to the Pumpkin with a small piece of a Stampin' Dimensional.

And, again, using SU's new Halloween Scares Stamp Set, I colored the small Pumpkin with Stampin' Write Markers in Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie, huffed on the stamp to rejuvenate the ink and stamped it onto Whisper White Cardstock.  I fussy cut the Pumpkin out and adhered it to the Fence using a small piece of Stampin' Dimensional.

Using SU's new Cookie Cutter Halloween Stamp Set, I stamped the Crow in Black Memento Ink onto Whisper White Cardstock.  I fussy cut the Crow out, colored in his eye and beak using a Crushed Curry Stampin' Write Marker and adhered him to the Fence using a small piece of Stampin' Dimensional. 


















Pictured above is the back of my Pumpkin Treat Holders.  I made the box taller this time to hold different types of candy.




O.K.  Here is the template for the Pumpkin Treat Holder 2" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" open top box that I adhererd to the back of each Pumpkin.  This open top box is an inch taller than the one that I used on my Battery Light/Treat Holder Pumpkins that I designed for my blog last Friday.

I trimmed out a piece of SU Pumpkin Pie Cardstock at 5-1/2" x 5-1/2" and scored it at 2" on all 4 sides.


I trimmed off 1/2" on each corner flap as shown in the picture above.

I trimmed each side of the large flap on two opposite ends up to the score line. 

I put SU's Tear & Tape on the flaps as shown in the above picture.


Remove the liner from the Tear & Tape on one side flap and adhere the opposite side flap to it. 

Remove the liner's from the Tear & Tape on the remaining side flap and fold the bottom flap up onto the adhesive.

Adhere the box to the back of the Pumpkin using Mono Multi-Purpose Glue. 


And, that's it.  So easy and fun!!!!

Hope you enjoyed today's blog post project!  I'll be posting more sneak peek's the rest of this week! 

That's all I have for today.  
Have a great week!

 

 






I recently discovered that people are using my cards and/or projects, duplicating them and entering them into challenges and using them for their own card classes.  My cards and projects are my own creations and are not to be used in challenges, blog hops, card classes or sold at craft shows; etc., for profit.  I don't mind if you duplicate my creativity to pass on to family members or friends as gifts or Occasions cards; but,  PLEASE be considerate of others creativity!  Thank you!


 



If you are interested in purchasing Stampin' Up products, you can order from me on-line at www.stampinup.com and please choose me, Lynn Gauthier, as your Demonstrator.     
This is my first blog and it is still under construction.  I have yet to receive my Watermark so the picture's are copyright Lynn A. Gauthier, 2015-2016 Stampin' Up.


















6 comments:

  1. Fun box and yes, they would look cute on a fall table!! Great way to get more mileage from these cute pumpkins!

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  2. These treat boxes are ADORABLE! I might have to CASE these for my neighbor and friends mailbox gifts for Halloween. THANKS for sharing my friend.

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  3. Thanks Dawn and Kadie. Again, I had BIG fun designing these little treat/battery light holders!

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  4. I'm sorry some people don't have boundaries. I love your Halloween bags. I'm making some for my trick or treater's. Thank you so much for sharing these adorable bags with us! Happy
    card Making Day Sat.

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  5. Thanks for your kind comments Gloria. I so appreciate it!!! Have fun with your Trick or Treater's and making the bags!!! Enjoy!
    And, yes! I will be having fun and creating on WCM Day!
    Many thanks! Lynn

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