Sunday, October 5, 2014

Halloween Spoils

It is time again for another challenge over at 613 Avenue Create!  
This week there is NO optional twist to our Anything Goes theme - 
It's All Anything Goes!

This week, I was able to work with one of our sponsors, Decosse's Dynamite Doodles, and some wonderful digital papers from her Trick or Treat kit.  I used both the Bat paper and Dot paper from the Patterned Paper Set 1 in my creations this week.



I chose to make a few more "goody" containers for Halloween.  Between all of my grands and the littles in my new neighborhood, I'm going to need a bunch of these this year! 


I used a small "Paint bucket" container that I got at work, and put a strip of the bat paper on the inside.  I made a tag from some black card stock, mirror paper, and the dot paper.  My sentiment actually came from a larger stamp (from the dollar bin at Michael's), which I masked off, and was embossed with black embossing powder onto vellum.  I added a few "Halloween" colored gemstones (I believe I picked them up at Hobby Lobby last year) to the tag then popped it up on some dimensionals.    A few pieces of dotted Offray ribbon were tied on the handle as well.


I had to finish the top and bottom with circles cut from the dot paper.  I also added this super cute pumpkin 3D sticker that I picked up at Walmart last year.


For the treat bag, I printed the digital papers in a bit larger size, and created a rosette.  I edged all of my papers with Distress Ink, and embossed a sentiment from another dollar bin stamp with gold sparkle embossing powder.  


I edged the circle of paper with black pearls,  and also used my WoS pen to coat a few of the bats on the paper with some sparkle.   I wrapped the bag with some wide black satin ribbon from my stash and attached the rosette.  

I had a ton of fun making these!  Please be sure to check out the wonderful inspiration from my teamies over at 613 Avenue Create, and join our Anything Goes challenge this week!  

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6 comments:

  1. I LOVE your projects Sara! I think my fave thing is the bats inside the frame...pretty cool!
    DT Sis Jackie

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  2. I cannot thank you enough for playing along with my Dream Team and me on the launch of our new ATG challenge blog!

    About your goody containers... wow, wow and wow! These are fabulous! These are so fun! What lucky grands or littles in your neighborhood! I always get the ONE trick or treater and her little brother from down the block each year and this year... she and brother are getting toilet paper rolls... decorated of course! lol These are great! xx

    Again, thanks for joining us for our current ATG challenge. Hope to see you again and good luck!
    Ema
    Inspiration Destination - Owner

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  3. Wow - Sara! You have some serious creativity going on there with those digi papers! I am duly impressed with the 'goodie containers' and the detail in the embellishment of them! Well done indeed!
    ~ginny
    RubberMAD

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  4. Wonderful projects. Thank so much for joining us at Thought the Craft room Door challenge.
    Fabulous ideas and great inspiration.
    Hugz from Wisconsin, Patricia
    rubber stamping is my game blog




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  5. Hi fabulous projects hun and thanks for joining us at our first challenge at Always Anything Goes with a Twist hugs Judith DT x

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  6. Oh, what a coll set!

    Thanks for playing with us the first challenge of Inspiration Destination!

    Good Luck and I hope see you again!

    Gr. Meggi DT.

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