I hope everyone had an excellent weekend 🙂
I hosted a class at my home yesterday. I wanted a little something to give each of the ladies that came. I had such fun putting these treat holders together!
Aren’t they cute! They are the perfect size to hold 2 fun sized candy bars 🙂
All were either stamped into a mason jar from the Jars of Love set, or they were die cut without being put into a jar (in the case of the mummy and the pumpkins). The 4 lids were heat embossed with Copper Stampin’ Emboss Powder.
The “blood” drips were colored with a Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ Write marker, then I went over it all with the Fine Tip Glue Pen. Did you know that you can use it in place of Glossy Accents??
This adorable pumpkin first had its background stamped with the Woodgrain background stamp using Versamark (remember, you don’t need to heat emboss Versamark! It will leave a watermark appearance and the stickiness will go away!). The adorable face was stamped using Basic Black ink, as was that little spider. I just drew a line using my Basic Black Stampin’ Write marker for the spider to hang from.
I love these creepy eyes!! I used a Real Red inkpad, with a Blender pen to add in the bloodshot eyes, then with barely any Real Red on the blender pen I went over each of the eyes, to add to the pink, bloodshot look. Finally, I went over the fluid in the jar as well as the eyes with the Fine Tip Glue Pen again to give a glossy look to it all.
Not everyone likes the creepy Halloween things that I do. I thought this pumpkin was the perfect thing! I colored it in with Pumpkin Pie ink using my Blender pen. When I was done, I took a piece of a sponge, dabbed it into the ink pad, then onto the pumpkin. It gave more of a variegated look to the pumpkin. Cute right?
And the mummy… my favorite! How adorable is he??? I added a bit of color to the corners/folds with a Stampin’ Write marker in Smokey Slate. He was so easy to do, and the cutest thing!!!
If you have any questions let me know.
Have a great day!!!