Sunday, October 20, 2019

Jack o' Lantern Chocolates

Hello & Happy Sunday!

Hope your weekend is going well.
Yesterday was a nice day and a much needed day out for Shawn & I.
We found 3 ceramic Christmas trees ( 2 little & 1 medium sized) that we added to our collection!
That will most likely be it for awhile. Now to figure out how to display all of them!

This morning we need to make a quick trip out to grab some groceries then back home to watch football. I look forward to Sundays and football! 
It's also a dreary, rainy day...

I've got a quick Halloween treat to share today!
I actually forgot to take pictures of them in my lightbox before I sent them to my card lady.
These pictures I snapped with my phone to show Kelsey.

I used some 2 x 8 sized cello bags that I had left.
Stampin Up no longer carries them.
My tray inside the bag is 2 x 4 1/2.
On the long sides it is scored at 1/4 on both sides.
My cute little pumpkin from the Harvest Hello's set is stamped on Pumpkin Pie cardstock and punched out with the Apple Builder Punch. 
I attached my jack o lantern with Dimensionals and added a Pumpkin Pie/Black bow made from the retired Halloween Night Twine with a Glue Dot.

Project Details:

Stamps: Harvest Hello
Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Memento Black, Granny Apple Green, Soft Suede
Cardstock: Pumpkin Pie, Granny Apple Green, Soft Suede, Halloween Night DSP (retired)
Accessories: Apple Builder Punch, Dimensionals, Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue

This is one stamp set & punch that I really liked this year!
Wish I could find a way to use it for Christmas!

My thoughts today...

Thanks for stopping by & have a relaxing day!


D'Ann said...

Oh Wendy, I just love these! I'm using the same topper design for the grandkids but instead of using a cello bag I made bags out of super duper old dsp which will contain one glow stick inside. I need to make 85 of them so I didn't put the leaf or bow on but now I see how it makes extra cute so I may just do it!

Vicki Burdick said...

So stinkin cute!!!!! Love them!

Carol L said...

You always find the cutest Halloween and Christmas candies for your hand-made treat containers! Love these little pumpkin candies and how you arranged them in those trays! I wonder if you could still find those size bags at Glad you had fun shopping and antiquing this weekend, and hopefully your football team won :) Have a great week ahead!

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

The treat queen is at it again! These are so cute! Are those candies Dove? Yummmmmm. They came out adorable, Wendy!