Halloween Cards & Frankie Treat Box

I am back today to share with you some Halloween projects that I made using a bunch of dies and card-making supplies from KatScrappiness.Com.

October has always been my favorite time of the year to start my crafting for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. With the days getting shorter, I want to keep myself busy and create hand-made projects to give as gifts.

The first vellum LED tea light card with the skeleton was actually made a few days ago, as I wanted to display it on top of my mantle with the rest of my Halloween D.I.Y.’s.

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The second card is my favorite. When I first saw this Cheery Lynn Designs Witch’s skirt die at KatScrappiness, I immediately thought of this design for a card. I thought it is pretty hilarious!

 

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For the sake of time, I am going to keep this blog post short and show you the process video for the Witch’s Skirt/Cauldron Card and the cute Frankie Pillow Treat Box.

I hope you like the projects. Have an amazing day!

Supplies Used:

Valentine’s Treat ~ Lawn Fawn Science of Love

It is that time of the year again when we’re all thinking about making cards and special treats for our loved ones for Valentine’s Day.  I used to make a ton of Valentine’s projects when my kids were little to help them bring the treats to class but I also made some very special treats just for them ~ and my husband.

When my kids were still young, I decorate the house on February 1st but on the eve before Valentine’s Day, I really go all out!  I wait until my kids are past asleep, and then I decorate the dining room with all sorts of stuff.  I really love seeing the reaction on my children’s faces when they come down for breakfast and see all the little treats I laid out for them.  Of course I do the same for my husband and include little treats in his lunch box.

Here’s a project that I used to make with my kids to bring to school.  I really love Lawn Fawn and the sentiment is perfect for these little test tubes.  If you have younger kids, please get them the plastic version so no one gets hurt on Valentine’s Day.

 

I hope you like this project.  I will be posting more Valentine’s crafts in the next few days/weeks.

Have an amazing day!