It's October 1st - time to plan those Halloween crafts!! Today I have 3 projects to share with you - all featuring the super cute Boo To You stamp set!
Aren't these just the CUTEST stamp images!! I have a project featuring each of these little monsters!
First let's start withe the treat box project. The box perfectly holds TWO Reese's Pumpkins and has a card tucked inside...
And inside the card is a pocket for a gift card! I put a fall Starbuck gift card in mine - Chocolate AND Coffee - what a great little Halloween gift! But you could put in any gift card or cash if you prefer (cash is the perfect gift for any teen or young adult!)
The box is made from the Stampin' Up! Mini Pizza box. You cut out the center section and you can make two treat boxes from one Mini Pizza Box! This project may look familiar to you if you follow my blog - I made this cute Easter project using this idea earlier this year. I got this great idea from my team member Rachel Tessman, here is her Mini Pizza box treat holder and card from last Halloween. Thanks for the great idea Rachel!
I used the new Gold Mini Pizza boxes from the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog for this project. Because you are cutting the box into two boxes, you do need to add some Tear & Tape adhesive. Scroll down for the free PDF tutorial or to watch the video on how I made this project.
I love this little monster - he reminds me of the Monster's Inc. movies! This versatile set is perfect for Halloween, but also for a child's birthday card like this one. I used one of the patterns of the Monster Bash paper that is not specific to Halloween. The Beads & Baubles embossing folder adds a fun background behind our little monster and I used the Itty Bitty Birthdays stamp set for the sentiment.
This fun fold card also has a pocket for a gift card! This is just one of the free project sheets that I sent out this week to my subscribers. Are you receiving my weekly free project sheets in your email box? You can click here to subscribe so that you don't miss a thing!
Here is a peek at the inside! As I mentioned, those who subscribe to my weekly free project sheet newsletter got this project sheet in there inbox, in case you missed it you can see it here.
Werewolf Treat Box and Gift Card Holder:
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