I bought this neat hinged tin from Papertrey, Inc. This tin can hold 12 nuggets. I love this tin and the Papertrey products! Nichole Heady is so talented and everytime I visit the Papertrey site or her blog, I get so excited! I bought the stamp set to actually stamp on the mailing labels, but then I got lazy and I used my rollerwheel instead. Just peel and wrapped the labels around the nuggets candy, easy! I had an unopened 3 cell ink cartridge, so I filled it with old olive, pumpkin pie and chocolate chip ink refills. I figured I could use this color combo for Thanksgiving projects too. Love the SU Creepy Crawly designer paper that I used for the band on this tin. Stamp is Batty for You and of course used the 1 3/8" and 1 1/4" circle punches as well as the circle scallop punch (pumpkin pie CS). Happy Halloween!
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Friday, October 26, 2007
Halloween is one of my most favorite holidays. I don't know why I love it so much. I finally found a small window of time to make my little Halloween treats to give away. The two tall goodie bags went to Chazz & Cyrus (Jen's boys) and the cute Halloween baskets went to my favorite bank tellers and staff over at Hawaii State FCU. These baskets are so easy and fun to make. I did have help from Crystal (our assistant coach) and Jan (our team mom) and boy, we whipped those babies out like nothing! Filled them with York Peppermint patties. Now these cool boxes were CASED from Cambria Turnbow. Her blog "Stamp a Little Love Baby" is totally awesome, so you gotta go check her out to really be inspired on some cool projects.
Posted by Teri at Friday, October 26, 2007