Trick or Tweet Treat Box

I love to make little treat items for family and friends and so when I saw the Trick or Tweets stamp set in the Holiday Catalog I knew it would be perfect for this year’s Halloween treats.

Check out this cute little box I made using the set

My fellow stamper, Pam gave this cute little box idea last spring and so I wanted to give it a try myself. Turns out these little boxes are sooooo easy to make, that they are kind of addictive once you get going.

Or at least I couldn’t stop – LOL!  The images and color combinations were just a lot of fun to play with once I got coloring with my Stampin’ Blends.

I thought you might like to try some too for your treats so I’ve whipped up a quick video tutorial.

Trick or Tweets Treat Boxes Video Tutorial –

And of course I’ve included a complete supply list on my PDF tutorial for you.

Why not leave me a comment and let me know which combination is your favorite?

Trick or Tweet Treat Box Tutorial PDF

And why not stop back by tomorrow when I’ll be sharing another fun little treat box with you?

Enjoy!

 

Supplies: 

Stamp Set: Trick or Tweets (147725/147722)

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad (132708)

Paper: Pumpkin Pie (105117), Gorgeous Grape (146987), and Whisper White Card stock (100730)

Accessories: Black 3/8″ Glittered Organdy Ribbon (147897), Scallop Tag Topper Punch (133324), Layering Circles Framelits Dies (141705), Simply Scored Scoring Tool (122334), and Assorted Stampin’ Blends

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Team fun

Last week my team and I gathered for our monthly team meeting. I really enjoy this time sharing and stamping together, so today I thought I’d share some of the team swaps with you. I also love seeing the projects that everyone chooses to make for their swaps – it’s always fun to see what they create and share!

This first item is a beautiful box made with the Cake Soiree Suite of products  – and since the Sweet Soiree Designer Series Specialty Paper (145564) is a bit heavier, it’s perfect for this kind of thing.

Beautiful, right? Deborah used the Cake Soiree Bundle (145816/147627) to create the tag. And color coordination was made easy since the suite includes a coordinating  Card stock Pack (145565) that contains 3 colors from the Designer Series Paper.

Love the ribbon? Berry Burst (145489) is one of my favorite In Colors and this ribbon with it’s silver edge is perfect for this bundle!

What’s it filled with? I’m sure some treats, Deborah is the best at finding unique treat items for us. (I haven’t cracked it open yet since my husband is home. LOL!)

And here is another treat item that Sue made using the Perennial Birthday stamp set (145757/145760).

It has two pockets that she has tucked a Dark Chocolate Blueberry  Ghiradelli square into – can’t wait to try them!

And how about this cute little note card?

Like the projects? I can’t pick a favorite. I’m so lucky to have this talented group who love crafting, sharing, and learning new things!

Are you looking for a group to craft with? Or have you ever thought about joining  Stampin’ Up! and getting a discount on your crafting supplies? Why not join my team, The Blue Mountain Stampers?

What are the Blue Mountain Stampers?

That’s the name of our stamping community. I enjoy welcoming new members to our group. We’re from all over. If you’re considering joining Stampin’ Up!, you may have questions about how I would support you as part of my team. I do offer a variety of ways to learn, grow and to have FUN as a Blue Mountain Stamper!

  • Exclusive Team Resource Page – videos, PDFs and more
  • Exclusive Face book Group – A great way to share and connect with other team members and share
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  • Monthly Crafting Day
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  • Training available for workshops, clubs, classes and more!
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We have a very active group that share and answer each other’s questions on our Exclusive face book group.  If you’re looking for fun, a place to grow and share with others…You’ll fit right in!

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Spring Sampler Treat Box Tutorial

I made this cute little treat box using the Spring Sampler Stamp Set (item 125510/125512). I knew when I saw this set in the Spring Catalog I just had to have it – it’s so me. I could picture making quick and easy treats for all kinds of occasions.

Spring Sampler Treat boxI think the images in the Spring Sampler Stamp Set are just too cute! How about you?

Here is the Treat Box we made as a project during my March Blue Mountain Stampers meeting. We had a lot of fun thinking of different things (mostly chocolate) that we could put in the box. This time  we filled them with these yummy eggs (They come in all kinds of flavors and remind me of those I got as a child.) Shhh… don’t tell my family. They’ll be finding theirs in their rooms Easter morning. I think my hubby will love the cookie dough egg I picked out for him!

Spring Sampler Box with Chocolate

We had so much fun making these quick and easy Treat boxes I thought you’d enjoy making them too for your friends and family. So why not check out my new video below – Spring Sampler Treat Box.

 

You can Click HERE to print or download your copy of my

FREE Spring Sampler Treat Box Tutorial PDF

Want to see my Valentine Treat Boxes? Click HERE to see my earlier post. You can also click HERE to see the treats I made using the Spring Sampler set recently using the Petite Pocket Die.

Leave me a comment and let me know if you are enjoying my videos and tutorials. Would you like to see them more than every other week? Maybe once a week would be better? I’d love to hear what you think.

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