I'll be seeing Sagan and Hazel for a few days soon and I'm so excited! We'll be meeting at the beach in a few days with the whole family! Of course I need to take them a few things. Today I'm sharing a Halloween Treat Bag featuring the Bewitching stamp set and the Hello Harvest Bundle.
Let's start with the tag for our treat bag. I'm using the Tailor Made Tags dies. Use the largest tag and cut it from the Thick Basic White cardstock.
I always use the Stamparatus when stamping something with large solid areas. I want to be able to stamp until it's solid and dark. The Stamparatus allows you to stamp multiple times. The Bewitching stamp set is a perfect candidate. Use Memento Black. Color in the white areas using Dark Calypso Coral blend and the Dark Granny Apple Green blend. Punch out the hat using the Witch Hat Builder Punch. You'll have to fussy cut the feet with Paper Snips.
For the witch's body, use the Rustic Pumpkins dies. I cut the pumpkin using 2 different patterns from the Butterfly Kisses Designer Series Paper. Cut the vines from Granny Apple Green cardstock. Put Adhesive Sheets on one side of the CS. Cut one of each of the 3 designs of vines. The the stem from Soft Suede.
Now we are ready to assemble. Determine where you want each part to be first. Now start with the pumpkin. Add the sides being careful that the dimensionals do not extend beyond the tag. Then add the center with dimensionals. When I make this again,I think I'll add that center with a stack of double dimensionals. Pull the backing from the vines and add them where you wish. One of my stems was placed directly on the tag. Add the stem making sure that it can be seen. Add the hat and feet with dimensionals again being careful that the adhesive does not extend beyond the tag.
Color the Black & White Gingham Ribbon with the Dark Calypso Coral blend.
Use one of Stampin' Up!'s Clear Envelopes for the candy. Cut off the flap. Fill the bag making sure that you leave enough room to tag the bag shut. Thread the ribbon through the tag and pull carefully to tighten the bag. Tie a pretty bow.
Thanks for joining me today. I think my granddaughters will love this. These tags and bags are easy to make. I hope you'll try it for someone special. Anyone would like to receive one, not just children!
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