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October 8, 2009

Three Clover Thursday Challenge

Happy Thursday, I hope you have been having a wonderful week! This weeks Kerry issues the following challenge - create a Fall of Halloween Treat Holder. I decided to step away from my Test Tube Holders and create a different Fall Treat holder.

I used the Cast-a-Spell DSP and the Fancy Favor Bag Die, to create a bag for my Candy Corn Snack Mix. I decided to put the double sided DSP to use, and scored a 1" line across the top of the DSP before I assembled to have the backside show and have a straight edge across the top. I stamped the witch from Artistic Outpost's Vintage Halloween in Black on White card stock, heat set, then colored with markers, cut out and adhered to my box.

Stamps - Artistic Outpost Vintage Halloween
Ink - Black, Markers
Card Stock - White, Cast-a-Spell DSP
Other - Big Shot, Fancy Favor Box, Cello Bag, Orange Grosgrain

Looking for more inspiration? Click on the Three Clover Thursday Logo on my sidebar to see what Kerry and the other Challenge Members created this week. See you tomorrow for Bloggers Challenge - it's a Sketch Challenge. I'll also have a sneak peek of the new releases arriving from Kitchen Sink Stamps - some great sets to coordinate with this last release!


Lorie said...

What a cute container! I love that image and candy corn is my favorite!

Julia Aston said...

I love this box and the cute vintage image - what a great halloween treat holder!

Ida said...

Yummy treat holder. Yes that DP is wonderful and I adore your little witch image. I love the Vintage feel she has.

Shelly Schmidt said...

This is a great container- love the witch- great idea! TFS

Anonymous said...

Great project! I can't get enough of that cute vintage witch!

Kerry D-C said...

This is BEWITCHINGLY BOO-TIFUL! That image is darling! Fabtastic job!

tonistamps said...

I love it Lisa! Can't wait to get my Fancy Favor die...should be here tomorrow. I love the use of the double sided papers too.

Robyn Phelan Sharp said...

Adorable candy treat box. What a beauty!

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