Jars of Halloween Treats — Stampin’ Up! Artisan Blog Hop

Welcome to another Stampin’ Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop!  There are 20 of us from around the globe who will be sharing our projects with you twice each month.  All you need to do to follow along is click on the link at the bottom of each post.

Our focus for this hop is the Jar of Haunts stamp set.  I love how it coordinates with the other jar stamp sets and the Everyday Jars Framelits dies that Stampin’ Up! offers.

I am not a very organized scrapbooker.  Some people like to do all of their pages chronologically or have different books for different themes/occasions.  I take more of a random/haphazard approach.  If I get a picture printed, I set it aside to be scrapped, and occasionally that gets done and stuck in a book.  I do try to insert the pages in chronological order in my scrapbooks, so I’m not totally unorganized.  🙂

halloween-scrapbookThis is a picture of my girls ready to head out for trick or treating.  I used some of the Halloween Night dsp and the Jar of Haunts stamp set to make the page, which is sized at 8″ x 8″.  I used the Labeler Alphabet stamp set to create the title and date.

halloween-scrapbook-close-upThese jars are so easy to “fill” with whatever you’d like.  That is one of the great features of the photopolymer stamps — easy placement.

I don’t tend to make many cards for Halloween, but I love to make treats for the occasion. The girls give them to friends and teachers.

halloween-treat-bagI love the Glassine Gift Bags because they are the perfect size for a cookie or other homemade treat.  I put a Halloween decorated sugar cookie in this bag, decorated with a sleeve made from the Halloween Night dsp.  The sleeve measures 2″ x 12″, and then I folded it in half, punched a couple of holes at the top and tied the bow.

The cute pumpkins were made with the Jar of Haunts stamp set.  Lots of different images in this set — some cute and some scary!

halloween-treat-bag-close-upThe pumpkins were stamped on Shimmery White Cardstock and colored with an aquapainter and blender pen.

You’re ready to hop on over to The Netherlands and visit Chantal de Kaste’s blog by clicking on the link below.  You can use Google Translate for any blogs for which you need translation help.  It’s so fun to hop around the world!

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