Wednesday, September 23, 2015

The Witch is finally in! 

It took me a little while to pull this together as my back decided to go out of wack.  Seriously, I feel like a witch myself as I am walking hunched over with a limp and generally feel like I'm crooked.  And not in a good way! 

Witch Hat treat Box

I was in such a Halloween mood that when I sent out a reminder for my club meeting I had the October host listed!  Thanks to the club members who quickly straightened me out!  We created three Halloween inspired items at our meeting this month.  Plenty of time for you to get started and have everything made well ahead of when the ghosts come calling!

I adapted the cutie pie thinlit for the bigshot into a cute witch's hat treat box.  Below you will find the list of items we used to create this and a link to the video.  Also below you will find the template for the witch hat.  You will want to print this out before starting.

Witch’s Hat Treat Box

Item #
Cutie Pie Thinlits Dies
Black Card Stock (12x12)
Into the Woods Cardstock packet
Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper
A Little Something Just Bundle (Includes Stamp Set)
Whisper White Craft Stampin Pad
Tear & Tape
Fine Tip Glue Pen

  1. Using black card stock and cutie pie thinlit die cut two to form triangular shaped box.  Please tear tape or your choice of adhesive along flat edges of box and put together. Set aside.
  2. Using scissors cut out of black card stock a witches hat out of black card stock.  If you copy and past the witch hat template make sure the image size is set to 4.5" tall and 4.11 inches wide.  This will ensure that your hat is the correct dimensions.
  3. From the “A Little Something” die set select the smallest square and cut this out of the old olive from the into the woods paper packet.
  4. The “a little something” stamp and the whisper white ink pad stamp the old olive square previously cut out.
  5. Cut a strip of paper from the Designer Series Paper ½ “ wide by 5”.  Glue to brim/bottom of witch’s hat.  Trim with scissors.
  6.  From the Cutie pie set  and a piece of the razzleberry paper (cut in half) run through the big shot once with the “ric-rac” die.  Reverse the die and cut once more to create a full piece of “ric-rac”.
  7.  Using fine tip glue pen adhere the piece of razzleberry trim onto the hat, trim with scissors.
  8. Glue the “a little something . .” square to the hat.  Adhere the hat to the top of the triangle/cake box.

You will want to copy and paste this into a word document or photo editing software.  Once done make sure the height is set to 4.5" and the width to 4.11"

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