Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn and cauldron bubble.
-MacBeth, Act IV, Scene 1
Yesterday, I played the roll of student, not teacher, as my friend Julia Sharpe Fair had invited me over tor her Spooky Treats class. It was great fun, and it gave me the idea to create a week of Halloween treats, just for you. If you know me at all, you'll know that Halloween isn't my favorite holiday, still it's fun to have a bit of fun with Halloween crafting.
Today's treat features the Mini Pizza Boxes found in the 2017 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog. We've all been busy putting 3" x 3" note cards in them, but Julia reminded us yesterday, they really are great for treats, too! They easily hold fun size Junior Mints or bags of Sour Fish, both of which we could choose from yesterday as we filled our treat holders.
The box above is one I decorated last week at my Stamping Bee Team Spooky Celebration, and features theSpooky Cat Punch. I love Stampin' Up! punches and dies that punch out not only stamped images, but those found in the designer series papers, too! I love how versatile our papers are, too. There's no stamping on my box at all! The cat, hat, Jack O'Lantern, and striped background all were cut from the Spooky Nights Designer Series Paper.
On Julia's design, we stamped the edges of the box with two background image stamps found in the Spooky Cat Stamp Set. And added the Owl on the branch of the branch found on one of the sheets of the Spooky Nights Designer Series Paper.
We both finished the look with our favorite spooky trim, black Vintage Crochet Trim!
Now, who do you need to send a spooky treat to?
Mark your calendars for the rest of this season's holiday stamping events!
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