, Stampin' Up!, Halloween, Monster Bash, Halloween Treat

Monster Bash!   It’s what my Halloween Treats are made of!  Of course the Coffin Treat Boxes were a mainstay of my treats. (For those of you who don’t know, I work part-time as an office manager at a funeral home).  The coffin treat boxes were so easy to put together, I simply used the Tear & Tape adhesive.   Do you see the little shine on the boxes?   I used  the Basic Pattern Masks (Holiday Catalog page 35) with a Shimmer Paint/Alcohol mixture in my Stampin’ Spritzer.   It gives it a little more interest and perhaps a spooky shine., Stampin' Up!, Halloween, Monster Bash, Halloween Treat

Then I used the Monster Bash Designer Series Paper to cut out the figures adding them to a 1 3/4″ Terracotta Tile punched circle.  The greeting comes from the Itty Bitty Greetings.   Fairly quick and simple project.

Halloween may be over by the time you read this . . . but you will want the coffin treat boxes for next year for sure.  Oh and the Monster Bash DSP too!

Alternate Idea, Stampin' Up!, Halloween, Monster Bash, Halloween TreatMy dearest husband informed me that he needed a few more treats – last minute of course.   So I whipped up a few of these treats.  I had these 3 1/2″ x 5″ bags.  Added a 4″ x 4″ bag topper and then a little Monster Bash DSP inside the bag and a fun image on top too.

Check out the candy – the one on the right.  Loved the names on the tombstones! Enjoy the day today and don’t eat too much candy! (I’ve done that for you!)

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