Love, love, love these sweet little boxes! I have a video with how to make all 4 projects and a free PDF project sheet for the Frankie project – just scroll down!
The base for all of these projects was the amazing Mini Curvy Keepsake Box! The set of dies comes with the box die and all of these tags and pieces to decorate the box with.
I designed this "surprised" Casper the ghost for my Halloween Treat Holder Class! We added this cute tag from the Tags, Tags, Tags bundle to the top – and attached it with the wispy Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon. The mouth is one of the Monster Bash Enamel Shapes (the largest circle).
For the next three projects I added the Harvest Hellos stamp set and Apple Builder punch to the Mini Curvy Keepsake Box to make the apple, jack-o-lantern, and Frankie projects. By pairing up these two products you can create so many adorable treat holders!
A sweet fall apple! Inside is a Hershey's Chocolate Carmel Apple – yummy! Super simple to make, just stamp the apple, punch out the image, punch out the stem and leaf and attach it to the Mini Curvy Keepsake Box!
I used this same little apple as a baby gift a few weeks ago. My friend Caroline is expecting her first baby soon, she owns a Smoothie Bowl business so the fruit was the perfect way to package the baby gifts!
Back to Halloween! Again I used the images from the Harvest Hellos to make this little Jack-o-lantern! The face is embossed with the new Shimmer Black embossing powder and I added a bow from the Magnolia Lane Ribbon Combo Pack.
A quick sentiment on the back, again from Harvest Hellos and cut out with the oval from the Stitched Shapes Dies.
On the backside is these sweet little tag from the Tags, Tags, Tags bundle!
One of the great benefits of this bundle is you get three tags images on one stamp and can cut out all three tags at the same time with the matching die! It is such a time saver to be able to make 3 tags at once! In the set there are three stamps, one with 3 Halloween tags, one with 3 Valentine's tags, and one with 3 Christmas tags. Remember the tag from the Ghost box? That was one of the three, the 2nd was the tag on Frankie, and the 3rd will be featured on a project I will share next week.
Inside Frankie I stuffed a fun size, glow in the dark Peanut M&M pack (just roll up the candy and it will fit!). The pupils for his eyes are the small circle shapes from the Monster Bash Enamel Shapes.
Of course the head is the Apple Builder punch but have you guessed where the "bolts" came from?
Here is the Tuesday Tutorial Facebook Live video where I walk through all of the projects. Hope you can join me next Tuesday at 7:30 CT for my next video – it will be super spooky!!
Supplies for all the projects are listed below! Click on any item to see go to my Stampin' Up! online store and see additional details about the item and a larger photo. Thank you so much for stopping by today!