I saw projects made with these mouse traps last year, but didn't get a chance to make one. They're kinda gross, in a fun sort of way. :) I have a package of Reese's Pieces tied to the bottom of mine. A little gross and a little sweet make for a great Halloween treat.
Guess what I used to make this cauldron? The labels collection framelits. Fun huh?! A little snip off the top and bottom and it's a cauldron. Who knew? :) The green drippy stuff is made with a Martha Stewart punch and the little greeting is from the tee-hee-hee stamp set in the new Stampin' Up! holiday catalog.
I knew I had to have the Merry Everything stamp set, specifically for this stamp. Imagine how excited I was when I found this gross, but oh so cute treat, at the dollar store! :) They are perfect together!!
Instead of indivually wrapping each Hershey Miniature, I wrappped several of them and tucked them into the bottom half of the matchbox die. The trick or treat stamp is one of my favorites. I think the glimmer paper and ribbon give it a bit of glamour. :)
Here is another treat box made with the top half of the Stampin' Up! Hamburger box die. I knew I wanted to make another one specifically for Halloween, so here it is. I can't wait to fill it with Halloween treats!
This is what you get when you use green and black paper and turn the Sizzix food jar die upside down, a bewildered Frankie :) Because of my obsession with Halloween, I usually imagine everything as a Halloween project. I'm so excited to start making Halloween things!!!
It's back to school time, so I created a quick and simple matching pen and notepad. I used a small package of sticky notes and made a cover with the scalloped tag topper punch. The hardest part of this project was putting a rolled piece of paper into the pen.
I found a package of gummy candy, shaped like fries and hamburgers, at the grocery store. My original thought was to use them with the hamburger or fry box dies. Then I noticed it had a gummy pizza, so I used that instead. :) It fit perfectly in my Sizzix shaker box die. Cute huh?! Of course a pizza needs a pizza cutter. I used a circle punch and word window punch for part of the cutter. The black handle is a random piece of paper I cut to size.