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Trick or Treat and a card~

Hi, Connie here with a fun Halloween project using the Jack O Lantern stencil and the Basic Door chipboard piece by Clear Scraps.  Candy treat bags and a card were created.  The jack o lantern stencil was used for three purposes, the background on the card, the embellishment for the treats and the door jack o lantern.  Pretty useful stencil!!!

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Card instructions:

The background was created by stenciling on white cardstock, using the 6" brick stencil and the 6" jack o lantern stencil, with black and orange inks.   The door was heat embossed with black and purple embossing powder.  One jack o lantern was stenciled for the chipboard door, trimed out and attached.

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Stickers and twine were added to complete the card.  This could easily be displayed at the treat bowl or the door as a welcome sign.  My idea was to display it by the treat bowl.

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The treat bags were fun to make and so easy!! I love easy and cute.  Stencil one sheet of jack o lanterns, with orange ot balck ink,  and use a scallop or round punch to cut them out.  Attach the pumpkin to a small bag.  Add the candy and tie closed with twine.

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Products used:

Clear Scraps: 6" Jack O Lantern stencil, 6" Brick Wall stencil and Basic Door chipboard embellishment   

Other:

Beacon, stickes, twine, small paper bags, ink, embossing powder and candy ( for the treat bags).

Thanks for stopping by~

Connie Mercer/DT Member

 

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