For those of you arriving here via Mercedes Weber's blog, welcome! Mercedes is part of the monthly Stamp 'n Chat group I attend and she is a super stamper. I always look forward to seeing what Mercedes creates. I'm so thrilled to be a part of the Enjoy Every Moment Blog Tour. All this week I've been posting Halloween treat packaging ideas. Today's post is the highlight culminating the end of Treat Week and I saved the best for last. Here are 3 unique packaging ideas using mainly Sizzix dies, all exclusive to Stampin' Up.
The Haunted Tombstone treat is made with the Matchbox die. I ran the slider portion thru the Spider Web embossing folder, then sponged with Whisper White Craft ink to really pop the web and give it an eerie, spooky effect. The sides of the "tombstone" are lined with manicured "grass" which are just strips of snipped Old Olive cardstock. "RIP" was die cut from the Timeless Type Sizzix Sizzlits Alphabet set and the little bat is from the stamp set Fang-tastic. I stamped it first in Whisper White Craft ink and then hand cut it. Lastly the gigantic full moon is punched with the 1 3/4" circle punch.
The middle treat is made with two Basic Black panels cut to 4.25" x 5.5" which are attached to a small paper bag. I wheeled Frightful Fence using Versamark ink and then heat set with clear embossing powder. Then I sponged Whisper White Craft ink again to create a cloudy Halloween nite scene. The full moon is punched with the 1 3/8" circle punch and the witch, sentiment and pumpkin on the flip side are also from the Fang-tastic stamp set.
Lastly the abandoned Haunted House is made with the Milk Carton die. The roof is just rows of Basic Gray cardstock punched with the Scallop Edge Border punch. The door is a Word Window punch cut on one end to form a straight edge for the bottom. The boarded up windows are made of 1/8" strips of Crumb Cake. The black fence is a Martha Stewart border punch.
I hope you are inspired to create some of these Halloween treats! The next person on the Enjoy Every Moment Blog Tour is the talented Brenda Keenan; I've been lucky enough to receive some of her swaps at Convention.