Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Halloween treats

So, I have had my fun little Lunchbox note die from Papertrey Ink for some time now. I was able to use the die to wrap a Ghirardelli chocolate square for my daughter to give to her classmates for Halloween. It's never too early to get started on making treats, right?

I die cut Orange Zest, Plum Pudding and Simply Chartreuse cardstock and stamped Background Basics: Text Style in True Black ink. I die cut True Black cardstock with my Eyelet lace border die and used my limitless layers to die cut the focal point. The web and little spider are from a Heidi Grace holiday stamp set that I bought 2 years ago on clearance from JoAnns for a mere $3! It is the only Halloween stamp set I own and I have been able to use it for at least 2 seasons!

I stamped the spider in True Black ink and heat embossed him with clear embossing powder. Then I hand cut the image and popped it up with foam adhesive. I made 24 of these altogether.  It didn't take very much time at all.


  1. These look like a great little packaging idea. Love the orange one with the black text. The spider really stands out against the bright colours!!

  2. These are fabulous, Deb! I need to see if I can get some Ghirardelli chocolate squares here in Canada.... because my new Lunchbox Note die should arrive any day now...

  3. Very cute. Love those colors. I like how you used the text stamp for a background. Different, but very cool!

  4. Oh, these are so cute. I am going to copy you for my daughter...hope that's OK.

  5. OK. These are just too cute! How adorable! love them


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