Trick-or-Treat! It’s time for some fun and festive crafting with the Stampin’ Pretty Pals! You’ve probably hopped over from Sandra Conner at Pretty Provisions, I’m stop number 22 on the Pals Hop and I’m glad you hopped in! I’ll help you “hop along” from blog to blog where you’ll find great ideas for Stampin’ Up! Halloween projects along with some tricks and treats along the way! Should you hop off course, simply click on any of the links in the Pals Hop Line-up below and you’ll be back on track.
Crafting & Chocolate are 2 of my favorite things – so when you combine them, how good is that? And today’s project incorporates both!
This matchbook style treat holder also uses my favorite color, Lucky Limeade, and my favorite stamp set of the day, Googly Ghouls. It doesn’t get any better than this!
This photo shows the treat holder closed and the next photo shows it open, revealing the treat inside.
To purchase any of the supplies used to create this treat holder, feel free to click here to visit my secure on-line store.
Paper: Lucky Limeade Cardstock, Basic Grey cardstock, Basic Black cardstock, Very Vanilla cardstock and Howlstooth & Scaringbone DSP.
Stamp Set: Googly Ghouls
Ink: Staz-On Black ink, Lucky Limeade Classic Ink Pad
Cool Tools: Word Window Punch, Blender Pen, Score-Pal
Embellishments: Googlies Adhesive Eyes
Adhesives: Snail & Sticky Strip
I’m giving away a TREAT! Lucky you!
One lucky winner will receive this project AND 3 other treat holders for a total of four (4) Matchbook style treat holders AND instructions on how to make them! This project is so versatile, you can make treats or party favors for just about any occasion.
If you’d like a chance to win, simply leave a comment below by Friday. One random winner will be announced here next Tuesday, so be sure to come back!
Note: I only ship within the U.S. Winner has 24 hours to email me their name and mailing address so stay tuned for the announcement of the winner!
Now hop along for more tricks and treats and some spooky ideas from Barb Furlong at The Love of Stamping, stop number 1 on the Pals Trick-or-Treat Blog Hop! Thanks for “hopping” by!
- Barb Furlong at The Love of Stamping
- Kim Czenszak at Live Love Stamp
- Nicole Picadura at Scraps & Stamps
- Mary Fish at Stampin’ Pretty
- Beth Beard at My Little Craft Blog
- Peggy Noe at Prettypapercards.com
- Kerry Willard Bray at Stampgoodness
- Debbie Crowley at expressively deb…
- Naki Rager at …notes from Naki
- Sherrie Gross at Stampin Sunshine
- Claire Crotteau-Hutt at Stamppaperscissors
- Diane Roberts at Score at Four and a Quarter
- Laurie Chilton at Stampin’ Ink
- Katy McGloin at Just Fun Stamping
- Rae Harper at Wild West Paper Arts
- Brian King at Stamp with Brian
- Ann Schach at The Stampin’ Schach
- Nicole Watt at Impressions by Nicole
- Shannon Hokanson at My Stampin Blog
- Maggie Mata at Maggie Made Cards
- Sandra Conner at Pretty Provisions
- Nancy Gleason at My Stampin’ Space
68 thoughts on “October Pals Blog Hop”
Finally–a project that is cute, not too many tools, and can be easily done with kids. Love it!!
Such creative treat holders – love them! Just Too Cute!
Love the treat holders and would so love to win them. I can see using this for so many occasions.
Nancy, I miss you. I love your Halloween projects. Keep up the good work.
I love this idea. Anyway to dress a up treats is always fun!
This is my favorite Halloween 3D project. TFS
Great project idea. Clever little candy holder that looks simple and fun.
What a fun and adorable idea! I bookmarked the page so I can make these for my daughter’s classmates. Thank you so much for the inspiration!
So cute and just in time for the craft fair I am doing. Thanks!
Like the “sweet”card.would love to win some treats for me.thanks for the chance.
I just love those cute little treat holders. You did a beautiful job of putting those together. Thanks for sharing such a cute idea. 🙂
Wow – I love the candy holders – I love them. I’m going to give it a try
and send them to my great nieces and nephews. Thanks for sharing
Loving this idea…soooo cute and of course chocolate is always the perfect treat!!!
LOVE this style treat holder! I would be honored to win this collection!
Love those little treat holders! They would e perfet for baby shower favors or Xmas party favors! Love it! Tfs
Super cute project. I love this stamp set too! Trick or treat!
Darling spooky creatures – lucky treat or treaters to receive these! Thanks for sharing!
I love your treat holders! I would love to win them. Just adorable!
Love chocolate—cute idea
These are too adorable.
what a great little project! fantastic blog hop too!
Such a cute idea! Thank you for sharing! 🙂
Aww! Those are just too, too cute! What a great way to give away a little treat! TFS!
These are absolutely adorable!! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for the chance to win the project AND 3 other treat holders for a total of four (4) Matchbook style treat holders AND instructions on how to make them!
Wonderful idea! TFS and for the chance to win.
I love the idea and the tutorial. Great idea.
This is too cute. I will have to scraplift it for my co workers.
Nancy, I’ve been looking for a tutorial on these treat holders! Thank you for sharing with us. Great job!
Love these … I work at a college and these will be perfect treats for our student leaders! Thanks for the great idea.
i’d love to win these, but if i don’t, is there a chance you’d share the dimensions? always on the hunt for good candy holders!
Adorable!! Grandkids would love these – such a clever idea
love the treat holders- would love the samples to remake them myself. Thanks so much for sharing the great idea!
I’m so lovin’ the treat holders! It can be used for any holiday or celebration! Thank you so much!
can always use a holder for chocolate even if the chocolate doesn’t last long
Love this idea for the grown ups that come trick or treating
Cute project! I’d love the directions 🙂
quick and clever way to dress up a treat!
VERY CUTE TREAT HOLDERS. THEY LOOK SO EASY YOU COULD MAKE MULTIPLES FOR KID’S CLASS OR SUCH. TFS
These are SOOO cute! What a perfect little something for a special co-worker.
Thanks for sharing!
Yet another awesome project on the blog hop. This is great 🙂
Awesome idea….Love it
Awesome idea…I love it!
OMG those look WAY easier to make than the ones I came up with, thanks for sharing!
I love the treat holders and I would love to win!!!! Thanks for the opportunity!! Paul a G.
Fun and clever treat holders! I so agree about using chocolate in them – perfect pairing!
These are the cutest treat holders!! I love them:)
So clever! I love these little matchbooks!
Such cute treat holders!
Such cute treat holders, they can be used and loved by young and old. The chocolate will sure help. Thanks for sharing.
I love your projects!!! Chocolate and papercrafting are 2 of my favorite things! Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win blog candy!
Love the matchbox goodies that you made!!
I would love the chance to win!!
Great treat holders. Thanks for sharing.
I love your treat holders – please share what size cardstock you used and where it is scored. Thanks in advance.
Yipeee! I love that little matchbox treat holder!! How cute is that? And what fun would it be to win several? Here’s hoping!!!
wow! I’d love to win these, they are so cute. It gets me thinking about how I could make them for the full size bars. hmmmmm….
Super SWEET ! Love this treat project! TFS
The matchbook holders are too cute. Thanks for sharing.
Just so love these treat holders. What fun to make these and leave one on my co-workers desk. Thanks so much for the idea and for a chance to win some blog candy.
WOW! Love chocolate and I love this idea. Soooooooooooo cute!
I too love crafting and chocolate. Thank you for the trick and a chance for a treat!!!
Great project and giveaway, Nancy! Thanks for sharing!
Woohoo. What cuties. I never win but love the opportunity to try. Thanks!!
Love it! Crafting and chocolate ARE exceptional companions. This is a clever idea.
This is a really cute project, Nancy! Love the one with the owl.
Very cute! Very versatile for the coming holidays! Thanks for the chance to win!
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