A Scraphappy Southernbelle

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Boo To You!!!

Hey yall! Happy Tuesday!! I have a new post going up on the Helmar Blog today and wanted to share it with you. If you would like to, head on over for the full directions for this project! I used the Helmar Quick Fix Adhesive Runner, Helmar 450 Quick Dry, and Helmar Zap Dots for this project.
Here is the pix for you to see too! This idea was lifted from a craft book that I found in my local library. It's a Halloween treat bag made from a basic brown paper lunch bag. I filled the bag with candy corn. I am going to give these to my neighbors for Halloween.
I did use my Gypsy on this project as well. I used it to cut my windows and door. They are from the 'October 31st' cartridge. The ghosts are from 'Paper Doll Dress Up' and the phrase 'Happy Halloween' is from Wild Card. All papers are from Jillibean Soup, as are the alphas and the ribbon. The pins are from Maya Road. The journaling card that I stamped with my personalized stamp is from Elle's Studio. I also blinged it up with some Stickles Glitter Glue, pearls, and bling.
Up close of the windows, door.
I used Halloween border punches from EK Success and Martha Stewart Crafts. Also added in some ball fringe from my own scrappy stash.
Here are the pins from Maya Road....LOVE these!
Back of baggie...
This stamp was made just for me by Cri-Kits. They can make any personalized stamp you need! I love mine!!! It stamps great and I use it everywhere!

Thanks for stoppin' by my blog! I hope you have enjoyed this project and that you will give it a try. It really was so simple and most of all, FUN! Have a fabulous day!

Happy Scrappin'!

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8 comments:

kim.mom said...

FABULOUS!!!! LOVE IT!!

kim.mom said...

FABULOUS!!!! LOVE IT!!

Kray said...

These are soooooo cute!!!!

AmandaB said...

OMG, your goodie bag is SPOOKTACULAR!!! Thanks for sharing you creative idea..

Amanda:0)

chksngr said...

SOO CUTE!!!

Sandy Davis said...

Great projects, thanks for the inspiration!

Tina said...

This is adorable Aymee!! Gorgeous work!!

Audrey Frelx said...

Aymee, great job!