b:include data='blog' name='all-head-content'/> Stephanie B. Designs: Halloween Treats!

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Halloween Treats!

Halloween is right around the corner! I love everything about Halloween - the colors, the costumes, the parties, and most of all, the treats! My stamp club wanted to create some projects with a Halloween theme, and I was happy to whip up some fun stuff using SU's new Ghostly Greetings designer paper, the Batty for You stamp set, a few punches, and the new Big Shot!


Isn't this Frankie treat box the cutest thing ever?! I got the idea from Dawn Griffith's Frankie card. Check out her blog here! Instead of making a Frankie card though, I turned him into a treat box instead! This is just a simple 2-4-6-8 box. After taking this picture, I realized that Frankie needed some "bolts", so I punched two small circles out of grey cardstock and adhered them to each side of the box.


I cased this card from scrappindixie on SCS. I changed around the colors, stamps and ribbon, but it's her layout! I embossed it with a Cuttlebug folder in the Big Shot machine.

This scrapbook page layout I cased from Michele Force. Check out her blog here!

Supplies used on all projects: Batty for You stamp set, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, Lovely Lilac (on Frankie), black and Whisper White cardstock and inks, circle, scallop and photo corner punches, Ghostly Greetings designer paper, Old Olive 1/4" grosgrain ribbon, silver brads (on Frankie), white gel pen, Cuttlebug embossing folder, Big Shot machine, black marker.

20 comments:

Lynn said...

These are all adorable Halloween projects!
TFS

Michele Force said...

It was so neat to see a familiar 6x6 layout in a totally different look! Great job!

Sara Mattson-Blume said...

Love your stuff! The card, as I said on SCS, is a great way to use this set in a new way! Frankie box is cute, too!

Jan said...

I'm a member of the SCS Group 4 blogger list...these are so cute, I love the Frankie treat bag....I saw the original on Dawn's blog too and she has a picture of the gal who made the original card which she swapped at convention and guess what, it's my sideline! I saw the pic and thought, Hmm, is that who I think it is??? So the originator of the Frankie card is Kathy Alt from Freeburg, IL. What a very small small stampin' world! Jan Hoyt

http://www.janhoyt.blogspot.com

Kcherrie said...

Stephanie these are so adorable! I've nominated you for some blog bling:) For all the details check out my blog!

Mindy Ussery said...

Lots of cute stuff. I made a similar Frankie box from chipboard. Doing it for a class and cant wait.. I love the way you gave him purple hair. LOL

wandabing- darkside stamper said...

LOVE THIS SCRAPBBOOK PAGE!!! It makes me want to scrapbook!!!

TiStampsUp said...

Love the halloween theme!

I like the dry embossing on your card, too!

June said...

OMGoodness! These halloween projects are adorable and FUN! I bet they were fun to put together and a hit with your group... way to go!

jazzystamper said...

Hi

Im from SCS bloggers #4. Great hallowen projects. I love the stamp designs we dont get those in Oz :(

Jaz xox

Stephanie said...

love the frankie container! I can't believe i need to start thinking about Halloween!!!
Great job!

Lisa Page said...

Awesome blog! Group #4 SCS SU! Blogger here! I apologize if I've already left you a comment since we joined Group#4! I've sorta lost track- my bad! Now, I'm going to go back and look at your blogs' older entries- I just LUV your creations!

Renee said...

Great projects!

Kat said...

These Halloween projects are great.

Kirsten said...

These are some fabulous Halloween projects, I have definately been inspired to create some based off of yours!

SCS SU Blog Group #4

Jen said...

Your card and scrapbook page are super cute but that bag is to die for!!! Way too cute! :)

Twila said...

What great Halloween class projects. Can I come? Love the colors.

Sara said...

Oh so cute! I am really getting into the halloween mode.

Eileen said...

Frankie is just too stinkin' cute! What a great idea to turn him into a treat bag!

Catrules said...

Great project, I love them