A Scraphappy Southernbelle

Monday, October 19, 2009

Boo To You!!!

Hey guys! How are ya on this Monday? I'm in a great mood and ready to start a new week. I've got oodles of board book orders to work on this week. I want to get them done and shipped out. But first, as always, Monday means a new challenge at one of my favorite blogs...The Cuttlebug Spot. This week we are making treat containers for Halloween. Go on over to the blog and check out all of the goodies the other DT has in store for ya! Then, join us for the challenge! We'd love to see what you can do!!!


For my project, I created a little sour cream container. I found this idea on Splitcoast Stampers. If you would like to give it a go as well, here is the link to the tutorial for ya...


This really was so easy and fun to make! I did not have a paper crimper, so I did not crimp my edges. I used a Zig glue pen to close my ends shut and it works perfect. I then used some ribbon on my ends to finish it off. I used the Spiderweb and Boo To You embossing folders. I also brought in a pin that has a pumpkin on the end. I filled my treat container with a 'Grasshopper' cookie 100 calorie pack. Here it is...

Yall need to give this one a try today! It is so fun and so easy! You could easily put together several of these in no time to give as gifts!!!

As always, thanks for stoppin' by today!!! I hope you have a wonderful week and Happy Scrappin'! See ya again soon!

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Amber said...

Very Cute. I love your style...and love looking at your projects. You are very inspirational to me.

Amber S in PA

laterg8r said...

very cool idea - love the embossing :D

"Um Buggin" said...

Super cute Amyee, We were thinking along the same line my friend. They are just fun to make, and you can fill them with more than just candy. Great minds think alike!

Hugz, xx


Pinky said...

I like making those, I need to try them again...instead of crimping you should sew them Aymee...that's what I do!

meluv2scrap said...

Aymee these are great!!! We did about 80 of them for a wedding as party favors sitting on the tables. It was a Feb wedding so we filled them with kisses. It was really cool and everyone loved them. Never thought about Halloween so thanks for putting that idea in my head!!!

Raven said...

super cute. I may make these for my sons class. Cute.