Are you someone that makes all the Halloween treat bags? Perhaps you are the co-worker that brings treats for the adults in your office or the awesome mom that brings the coolest treats for all the Brownies? Sometimes I am and sometimes I am not. It always depends on how much time I have. This year Stampin’ Up! is making it pretty easy for me (and you) to bang out several of these treats in plenty of time before Halloween.

Check out these coffin boxes by Stampin’ Up! I mean… how fun are these? To create my Halloween coffins, I had limited product to use. Using elements from the Monster Bash Designer Series Paper for the inside and outside of the coffin, I was able to make the coffins come to life. However, once the treats are inside the box you need to hold the coffin together with some trims and ribbons. The glittered black organdy ribbon and linen thread was perfect to bring the design together. And just like that, I can hammer out several of these. #boom Take note that I added some black shredded paper inside the coffin that I found at my local dollar store. This makes a fun backdrop for the treats. I love these little boxes and I really think you will too!

Hope you have a wonderful October and Halloween!! Stay safe and have fun!

Until next month, happy creating!

Cathy Caines, Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator
2013-14, 2017, 2018 Stampin’ Up! Artisan Design Team Member
St. John’s, Newfoundland Labrador
http://www.inthecatcave.comCathy Caines Creative Scrapbooker Magazine

If you are interested in Stampin’ Up!, are living in Canada and don’t have a demonstrator, I’d love to help you out.  Feel free to drop me a line to get a catalogue or if you have any questions/comments you can always find me at inthecatcave@hotmail.com.

Images copyright © 2019 Stampin’ Up!

Supplies and images used are © 2019 Stampin’ Up! unless otherwise stated: Coffins Boxes, Monster Bash Designer Series Paper, Linen Thread, Itty Bitty Greetings, Basic black cardstock, versamark, white embossing powder, black glittered organdy ribbon


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