Sunday, October 14, 2018

Toil & Trouble Halloween Treats!

Hello sweet friends!
Today I have some more treat holders for you! This time, they are pretty spooooky :) Ok ok.. ya got me! They aren't that spooky, but they are adorable! These are the same treat holders that I made earlier this week. If you missed that post, you can see it and get the tutorial, HERE.
So here they are!

I used the Toil & Trouble DSP for these. I also used the Cauldron Bubble & Spooky Sweets stamp sets along with the Spooky bat punch. I created the treat holders first and then the fun began. :)

 For this sweet candy corn treat holder, I simply took the witch die and the frog die from the Cauldron Framelits, and die cut them right out of the DSP! Yep! Stampin' Up is now making certain DSP that coordinate with dies and punches! Super cool right? :)
The "Window" was created by using the cauldron die that comes in the Cauldron Framelit dies. The bat was stamped in gray granite ink and punched out using the Spooky bat punch and the broom was stamped using soft suede and crumb cake inks, and die cut with it's matching framelit die. The sentiment comes from the Spooky Sweets stamp set and was inked with pumpkin pie ink. I took my wink of stella and added glitter to the middle of her hat and her socks but it's hard to see here.  Added some black glittered organdy ribbon and a few gorgeous grape enamel dots to finish this one off. 

For this one, I fussy cut some pumpkins from the T&T DSP, stamped a couple of ghosts and the cat (in gray granite ink) from Cauldron Bubble stamp set, punched a bat from the Spooky Bat punch and die cut the spider web from the Cauldron Framelit dies. I used wink of stella to add glitter to the entire spider web, to the ghosts and to the darker shades of the pumpkins. And guess what?? See that top pumpkin's face? I created his entire face using the bits that were cut out from the spiderweb!! How cool right??! I inked them up in gray granite ink and used my white gel pen with my black stampin' write marker to create his eyes and mouth. The "Window" was created by using one of the scalloped circles from the Layering Circles Framelit dies. I also cut out a small circle out of crushed curry to make a moon for the inside greeting which greets, "Happy  Halloween", (stamped in Black momento tuxedo ink) also from the Cauldron Bubble stamp set. And directly to the side of the glowing moon is a half moon which I stamped in Basic Grey ink. :) Now here is what it looks like with the treats inside. 

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