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[8.14.2014] unity thursday… be inspired

Beware…

Bring on the SPOOK… it is THURSDAY FUNDAY with the Unity design team blog hop.  If you haven’t been hopping along, all the action starts on the Unity blog.  There’s always fun stuff going on.

Let’s check out our new BE INSPIRED challenge.  Did you know we have a new challenge every month???  They start every second Thursday of the month.  You just create however the challenge inspires you with your Unity stamps.  The PRIZE pack is crazy amazing… $100 worth of stamps.  Uh huh, I think you might want to play.

I know, you’re saying, “Halloween already?”  Yep.  We are bringing it on.  Nothing like being prepared.  Ha.  Plus, it is fun.  But you do not have to make a Halloween themed entry, that is up to you.  School is back in session (or soon to be for some of you) and our first holiday will be Halloween.  I have a fun treat bag idea to share with you using the brand new sentiment kit.

{…pick your poison}

Surprisingly, these were quite easy to put together.  All thanks to my Cameo, that machine is a life saver when lots of cuts are needed.  The treat bags, jars, label, web and spider were all cut with my Cameo (files listed below).  I just glued the black cardstock to the bags (after tying on some twine).  Then, moved onto using Pick Your Poison to create the the labels.

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If you don’t keep glassine bags laying around (like this girl), use wax paper instead.  I cut out the bags using my Cameo and then sealed with a strong adhesive.

For my poison lables, I used various Distress inks to “age” them.  I stamped them on white cardstock and then used my blender tool to add different colors to the labels.  I added orange, purple and green as highlight colors to the different labels to match the twine.  At the end, I used my Spritzer with some Distress markers to add a speckle more of color.  Then, I hand cut out the labels.  I have a PixScan mat coming soon and I have a feeling that would have come in handy.  Heehee.  I popped them up on the jars and then added some rhinestones and glitter glue to finish them off.

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Here are all the girls hopping today…  just click on the next pretty girl in line.

 

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37 Comments

  1. Pam foy says:

    Your treat bags are hauntingly good.

  2. Adorable tags. Love the idea of creating your own bags 🙂

  3. Little treat bags are so creepy good lol

  4. Creepily, spookily, monstrously AWESOME! These treat bags are fabulous!! Such inspiration and creativity!
    ~c

  5. Michele I says:

    very cute

  6. Michele I says:

    treat bags are great idea

  7. Anonymous says:

    Eeeek….love those Cameo cut outs! There’s something very “Harry Potterish” about the new stamps and your project above, in particular. Love it!

  8. Ooh, these are elegant Halloween packages. Lovely projects.

  9. wax paper!? you are too too good my friend! awesome idea. plus the ‘bottles’ just look awesome. love this whole project!

  10. These are awesome!

  11. Ruby M says:

    WOW These are amazing projects. Great to give away on Halloween or at a Halloween party.

  12. These are so cute. Love the labels against the black jars. And of course the goodies behind….. bwahahahahahahahaha

  13. I love your treat bags! Very cute!

  14. these are soo cool

  15. hotwheels AKA Linda says:

    what great stamp set!

  16. Great bags! Yeah, I’d be lost without my Cameo.

  17. nice creations…
    -Berina
    Moxie Craftie

  18. These treat bags are great…and more proof that I need a cutting machine! 🙂

  19. Your treat bags are so cute, love it…

  20. Wow, those treat bags look incredible! So professional!

  21. Love your treat bags! Wishing I had a Cameo! Terrific new sentiment set!

  22. Super cute! — Sandy Leigh Johnson

  23. And now I know I let another month slip by without playing in the Unity challenge! Love the new colours, your new set — and your project! Spooky indeed. 🙂

  24. sheryl262 says:

    Wowzer, your bags are perfection!

  25. Your treat bags are delicious!!!

  26. These treat bags are amazing! Fabulous design!

  27. Cynthia O. says:

    Great project with the new set, Lisa.

  28. I love your poison treat bags are super cute.

    Sue
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

  29. Such a clever idea for little gift and treat bags!

  30. Such cute jars of poison!

  31. Nancy Carroll says:

    WOW, these really are eye catching. LOVE THEM!

  32. Oh these are FANTASTIC treat bags.Thanks for sharing.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

  33. Anonymous says:

    Sweet tags! Will you. E making tons of those for EVERY trick or treater? Good luck! 🙂

  34. These look like so much fun. My son throws in that one should say “Horn of Satan”, then he’s laughing because I got tongue tied.. Ugh. Great idea, thank for sharing.

  35. Teresa Godines #6857 says:

    Awesome projects. TFS

  36. Sue D says:

    Perfect for Halloween!

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