Halloween Treat Boxes using SSS card Kit Embellishments

Hello everyone.
Had a little time today to make a few more Halloween treat bags and boxes using the Tim Holtz Halloween craft papers and some of the sticker that were included in the SSS Halloween card kit. Halloween is one of my most favorite themes for paper crafting. I have over the past few years made goodie bags or boxes for my coworkers. My office is now mostly a remote work force so I don’t need as many. Instead of 25 I will be making only 9-10. I posted 3 the other day and here are 3 more. On with the designs.

I used a die from Momenta (from Hobby Lobby) for the box. Stamped the card stock with the bat stamp in Versafine Onyx black ink. Layered A panel of the Halloween card stock over black card stock and a sticker on the box front.Created a tag with a sticker and tied it up with some of the Tim Holtz twine. The two smaller treat boxes are folded fry boxes. Very easy to make no glue just folded paper. You can find many examples on Pinterest. Just search for folded fry box. These too are adorned with a stickers and twine from the SSS card kit. The pumpkin is layered on a white circle sponged with spiced marmalade distress ink and glued to a black circle star paper burst. That’s it. Easy as pie. Just 3 more to go. They are just so fun to make that I may make even more. Be sure to come back to see what I have been up to.

Be sure to check out the challenge blog for some more Halloween fun and inspiration.

SSS – Monday Challenge – A Walk on the Dark Side.


2 thoughts on “Halloween Treat Boxes using SSS card Kit Embellishments

  1. Gorgeous treat box and bags Pat! all of them are absolutely fabulous and I love how you used the halloween kit!
    Your co-workers are going to be so happy to receive one of these and I am sure those who are working from further afield would be so disappointed if they saw what they were missing 😉

    thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge
    Lols x x x


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