Friday, September 16, 2016

SSINKspiration 3D Projects: Spooky Fun Tasty Treats!!

Happy Friday!  We've reach the end of the week and we're starting to see signs that fall has arrived and I'm really excited to get into the fall frame of mind.  The guys are heading out for a weekend of Boy Scout camping so mama has the house to herself for a little bit of peace and quiet (whoo hoo!) and I have some fun planned with a friend.  With the arrival of fall I always first look towards Halloween and all the fun, and treats that come along.  Today on the SSINKspiration blog we're sharing 3D projects and I decided to share this quick and easy Halloween Treat that is perfect to give that little ghost or goblin in your life (and who doesn't love Peeps???) 

I was so excited when I saw these small package of Halloween shaped Peeps I knew it would be perfect to get dressed up with some of the gorgeous products from the Halloween Nights Products Suite in the Holiday catalog.

I started by taking a piece of Halloween Nights Speciality Designer Series Paper (this paper is gorgeous, and two sheets have silver foil accents that will just knock your socks off!!) and I matted it with some Basic Black cardstock before wrapping it around the Peeps packaging and gluing it with some Tear and Tape Adhesive.  Next I wrapped some Halloween Nights Baker's Twine around the box and tied a knot.

For the tag I used the awesome new Cheerful Tags Framelits and the Big Shot to cut the tag out of Basic Gray cardstock (love that all the detail and score lines were done for me!!).  Next I took another framelit from the set and some Pumpkin Pie Glimmer Paper to cut this beautiful swirly piece that I glued inside the tag so it just peeks out.  I used the Spooky Fun stamp set to stamp the bat and tombstones using Basic Black ink on Whisper White cardstock and then cut them out with the coordinating Halloween Scenes Edgelits (available as a bundle so you save 10%) and then colored them in with Stampin' Write Markers.  For the moon I stamped it on Crushed Curry cardstock, sponged it with some Pumpkin Pie ink and then punched it out with the 1 3/8" Circle Punch.

Once I attached all my pieces I stamped the greeting in Basic Black ink and then tied the tag to the box using a couple more pieces of Baker's Twine for a fun double bow.

This really came together quickly so you could easily make this in multiples for gifts.  I already know what Aidan is giving his teachers for Halloween (we like to give all scented hand soap so they can use it all the way through Thanksgiving and it's not sweets that they may get a lot of) and I'm going to use these framelits and products to make the tags so it'll be quick and fun!

Below are easy ordering links for the products used on today's project:

Have a great weekend!

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  1. Love it Diana! I just bought a couple of these and I was going to take them out of the box and put in one of our bags. Your idea is much better.

  2. So perfect with those peeps!! The tag is beautiful with that glitter paper!


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