Want a cute and quick way to give someone a candy bar this Halloween? This little treat holder is the answer.
It’s adorable, right? And it’s made with only a 6″ x 6″ piece of double sided paper. That means you can get 4 of these out of one 12″ x 12″ piece of DSP! Just fold the paper in half, point to point, then fold the left point over to the right. Fold the right point over, and finally end by bringing the top fold down. It’s that simple. You don’t even need to glue it if you don’t want to. But I do recommend using your bone folder to get sharp creases at every fold. Come back tomorrow and I’ll post a quick video showing you step by step exactly how to make these.
I used the witches cauldron from the Tee-Hee-Hee stamp set to decorate this, but you could use almost any stamp, sentiment & paper combination for whatever occasion you wish. A candy bar is always in season! You could also put movie tickets inside. First I stamped the witches cauldron in Momento Tuxedo Black ink. Then I used my stampin’ buddy and Versamark ink to stamp the sentiment onto the image I just stamped. Wild Wasabi embossing powder makes the sentiment pop on the black ink. A few Rhinestone jewels, colored with a sharpie marker, look like bubbles rising from the creepy potion being brewed! My paper snips make it so easy to fussy-cut the cauldron.
I’m giving away this stamp set; all you have to do is leave me a comment and one lucky winner, randomly chosen, will be the winner! Of course, the winner will have to get back in touch with me to give me their address so I can mail the stamp set to them. I can only ship to the United States, so my apologies to my blog readers from Canada and beyond.
So, leave me a comment at the end of this post. I’ll give my readers until 10 PM Friday night to leave me a comment to enter to win the stamp set giveaway. A winner will be chosen and will have until Tues to claim their prize. Good luck to all who enter! I’ll post the video late Friday night or Saturday afternoon showing how to make these.
Thanks for stopping by, see you soon.