Saturday, October 8, 2016

So "Mummy" Treats

This little creation was inspired by Erica Cerwin.  I purchased one of her tutorials and played around with it to make it my own using the supplies I had in my collection.  This was my swap for the Shoebox swap during our girls weekend a few weeks ago.  This photo is a bit deceiving.  It looks a bit like a card but it's actually a cute treat holder.  It holds 3 fun size candy bars.

Featured Stamp Set: Cookie Cutter Halloween

The box base is Pumpkin Pie.
I used my Halloween Night DSP for the brick look and the stripes.
I added a Basic Black bellyband and tied some Halloween Bakers Twine around a few times.
For the accent piece, I punched a 2 inch circle from the Pumpkin Pie Glitter Paper and attached it with dimensionals.
I stamped my mummy (just like yesterday... I must love this little guy) in Momento Black ink and then used a blender pen to spread the ink around and "dirty" him up. 
Next, punch out the mummy with the Cookie Cutter Builder Punch
I stamped the treat bag and used my blender pen to fill in the bag, but then used Stampin' Up markers to colore the pumpkin and candy.  I used Pumpkin Pie and Daffodil Delight.   This piece I had to cut out by hand, which was actually really easy.
I attached my mummy and treat bag with dimensionals, filled with treats and it was all ready to go!

Happy Treating!

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