Wednesday, October 5


Hey Y'all,  I have had two Ghoul's Night Out Halloween classes so far and am loving it.  Halloween is one of my favorite times of year and so much fun.  I love the colors, the treats, the fun, etc.

Here are some treat ideas for YOUR Halloween parties that we either made or I showed them and then gave them as treats at my class.
In the Holiday Mini catalog on page 11 are these fun skinny and tall treat sacks.  Mini treat sacks are what they are really called.  I layered the fall M&M candies in colors organized to make them look even MORE fun.  All the attendees LOVED this idea and many bought the treat sacks so they could do this for their kids, parties, etc.  At only $2.50 for 50 treat sacks, this is a REAL BARGAIN.  I made different kinds of toppers with the hand held punches and a stamp.  FUN FUN FUN

 I am holding another of these treat sacks with candies lined up in it and it has a scallop circle punch topper with bat punches on it.  I left an area blank so that you can write the child's name on it if you wanted.  THE BAT PUNCH IS DEEPLY DISCOUNTED ON THE CLEARANCE RACK FOR ONLY $6.99 IF YOU GO THROUGH MY WEBSITE TO SHOP FOR IT.  WHAT A DEAL!!

On this topper I stamped a pumpkin and colored it in with chalks.  It was punched with the scallop circle punch and then attached to the top.  I sponged ink around the outside of the circle with pumpkin pie ink for some added color.

 I made some of my fun flags as decorations for the candies on the table at my party/class.  This flag is unusual because I used a bat punch and then sponged ink around the punch and removed it.  It created a negative effect with each bat.  I think it is a cool look. The small pennant on top of the flag is made with the pennant punch and I added a bat punched out on it.  ALL THE FLAGS ARE MADE WITH THE NEWSPRINT AND EARLY EDITION DSP.

 This flag was sponged with pumpkin pie ink in the middle to be the harvest moon with the bats flying around it.  I used black and orange plastic straws from the grocery store for the sticks of the flags.  I used the 1/8" black ribbon to tie the flags to the sticks.  Cute, huh?

 More flags to decorate the candies.  This one on the left is sponged with pumpkin pie ink around the edges.

 With the stamp set "Wicked Cool", I stamped and colored the witch hat and then fussy cut it out to glue to my food picks.  I then did some bat punches and glued them to picks as well.  These were stuck in small fudge squares and cheese squares for the refreshment table.  Make sure you use two with the pick in the middle when you make your fun picks.

A closeup of the bats flying near the harvest moon on my foodie flag.

 Take home gifts in brown paper bags decorated with First Edition designer paper, lollies or medallions made with the designer paper, buttons, pearls, brads and rub on monograms.

 Prizes decorated with Wicked Cool stamp set.

 Cute table with black and white table cloth of spooky, boo, etc, as well as black and white decorations.

More fun black and white decorations.  Small pumpkins decoupaged with First Edition designer paper.

Shop with me NOW so you can get your own treat sacks, the clearance rack bat punch and many more fun things from Stampin' Up.  It will come right to your door step once you order, and the delivery is very fast - usually less than a week!!

Inky Fingers Y'all!!

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