Stampin' Up Halloween Tag treats and tutorial

Monster Monday: Halloween Tag treats and tutorial

Halloween is just one of those fun times of the year, I get all excited when I start seeing candy and all the goodies at the store. I wanted to share these sweet and simple treats that you can make over and over again for all the little goblins in your life! Every Monday till Halloween I will share some ideas to help you brew up a little fun on Halloween.



Are these little guys cute or what?? I made them all using the Angled Tag Topper punch. I will have directions for each at the bottom. Each one had a bite size candy bar in them!  Can you tell which one of these was made with a 'Christmas' item?


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I really think he turned out cute!! What Halloween would be complete without a little Frankenstein?




He almost looks like 'Alfla' here with the ribbon...ha-ha!





The ghost is so sweet here! just know some trick-or-treaters would LOVE to get this!!



I like the eyes ......




Of course, there had to be a witch!!





I really like how the hat turned out here.  So did you guess which one was made with a 'Christmas' item??? If you guessed the Witch, you were right!! The hat is the new Tree Punch!!

Here's the details so you can re-create:


  • all are cut at 2" x 8 1/2" scored at 4 1/4
  • use the Angled Tag Topper on both ends
Frankenstein:
  • Old Olive for base
  • hair was 2" x 2 1/2" I used the fringe scissors and cut a different angles to get all the cuts
  • Eyes: larger eye: 3/4" circle punch, smaller eye used owl punch
  • Pupils: owl punch
  • stamp: Black Staz on Ghoulish Greeting stamp set
Ghost:
  • Tangerine Tango for base
  • Ghost cut out of Whisper White with Fun Fall Framelits
  • eyes : small wiggle eyes
  • Stamp: Black Staz on with Holiday Invitation stamp
  • Trim: White and Tangerine Tango Two-Tone Trim
Witch:
  • Rich Razzleberry for base
  • Hat: Basic Black cardstock, cut with Tree punch, and about 1/3" black strip cut in angles on end, small strip of Motley Monsters Designer Series Paper used. I also embossed the hat with Lucky Stars Embossing Folder and daubed Whisper White craft ink on it.
  • Tag: made with Crushed Curry, using the Tee-Hee_Hee stamp set, and Banner punch
  • For the star I used the star punch out of the Silver Glimmer Paper

Have a great day!!

Click here to order to get your spook on!!  :))

Janet Holmes








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