Two Tags Googly Ghouls Treat

The Two Tags Die, oh how I love thist Die. It makes projects so easy to do and you can use it sooo many different ways. It’s not just for tags. How about these cute little Halloween treats that were made by Karen Paramore recently for the Regional swap in Chattanooga – Aren’t they cute?

How quick and easy to make. Cut out the larger of the Two Tag Die images decorate, and add a piece of candy – voila! A Googly good treat to tempt any little Ghouls this Halloween. Don’t you love our little self adhesive Googlies in the Holiday Catalog this year – they add a little fun to any of the cute Googly Ghouls images!


Stamp Set: Googly Ghouls

Inks: Basic Black and StazOn White

Paper: Basic Black, Tangerine Tango, and Whisper White

Accessories: Big Shot, Two Tags Die;  Googlies, Extra Large Oval and Decorative Label Punches, and Daffodil Delight ½” Seam Binding

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Googly Ghouls Regional Swaps

Halloween is right around the corner and I wanted to share with you some of my favorite swaps that I received from the Chattanooga Regional over the next few days.

I’m sorry to say I don’t know who made these two cards since they didn’t sign the back.  Both of these cards use the Googly Ghouls stamp set from the Holiday Catalog.  The little characters in this set are just so sticking cute! And when you add our coordinating Googlies self adhesive googly eyes they are a lot of fun.

This first one I thought was really different and striking. It uses our Big Shot and the Tasteful Trim Die along with the Ghoulish Googlies Designer Kit. I love the way Boooo sentiment has the Googlies added to it.

This second card also uses the Goggly Ghouls bat image along with one of my favorite sets, Wicked Cool from the 2012-2013 Catalog. Notice the Howlstooth & Scaringbone DSP she used?

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Googly Ghouls Treats

I love making cute little treat items to give out to family and friends; so when I saw the Googly Ghouls stamp set in the Christmas Catalog it seemed like a great choice for one of my Chattanooga Regional swaps. You can make quick and easy treat items with the Googly Ghouls images. This treat happens to be made with our Two Tags die and holds a chocolate nugget. Isn’t it cute? Which Googly Ghouls image is your favorite?

Want to add alittle Googlies to your Googly Ghouls images? Why not try our self adhesive Googlies at only $2.50 for a package of 50 they’re a deal!

Part of what I love about Stampin’ Up! events is all the wonderful idea boards they share with us and Regional is no exception. Check out this Halloween themed board.


Stamp Set: Googly Ghouls

Inks: Basic Black

Paper: Old Olive, Tangerine Tango, Basic Gray and Basic Black

Accessories: Big Shot, Two Tags Die, Scallop Circle Punch and 1 3/8″ Circle Punch, Sticky Strip and Simply Score Board

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Fun with Googly Ghouls

Boy, it seems like all I’ve been doing is running at warp speed lately with all the things going on around here. So I wanted to slow it down a bit and share some of the things that I’ve been stamping. Fall is one of my favorite times of year. The days start to cool a bit, school is all new and exciting for the kids and the holidays are around the corner.

I love to make little treats for people so when I recently held a class with a new group of ladies and wanted to give them a little something special. Chocolate is always a winner, so I pulled out my NEW Holiday Catalog stamp set Googly Ghouls and got to work. This stamp set is just a lot of fun to work with. The images are sooo cute and full of humor – who can resist.

The Googly Ghouls Stamp Set can be purchased as part of a bundle or alone and have our NEW Googlies adhesive backed googly eyes that coordinate with them and bring them to life.

For this project I kept it simple and just stamped the Googly Ghouls images in StazOn Black on Whisper White card stock and then used my 1 3/8″ and Scallop Circle punches. I just love our punches they make things so quick and easy to do!

I think these little Googly Ghouls peppermint patties turned out super cute. The girls liked them on Thursday night – how about you?

P.S. Thankfully my hubby wasn’t home so I was able to get a shot of the chocolate before they were all gone!


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