You’re Spooktacular with the Takeout Treats Bundle

Oh, how I love the new Takeout Treats Bundle in Stampin’ Up!’s 2018 Holiday Catalog. The tiny treat box (fashioned after the noodles that are delivered from your favorite Chinese restaurant) gives you everything you need to make and decorate a super-sweet treat box for the tiniest of treats. If you don’t have this bundle, you should take a second look. Here are the products included in the Takeout Treats Bundle, which includes the Takeout Treats stamp set and Takeout Thinlits Dies:

Takeout Treats Bundle, Stampin' Up! 149990Simply crop two of the shape in the bottom, right corner of the product showcase above, glue them together and then decorate with the stamps, shapes and embellishments in the bundle. A month ago, I shared a Takeaway Treat box I decorated with products from the Santa’s Workshop Suite. Here’s a look at that tiny box (if you would like to read the full post for this project, click here):

Signs of Santa, Takeout Treats, Takeout Thinlits Dies, Stampin' Up!, Brian KingToday I’m sharing a treat box for a very different holiday – but it’s just as cute as the one above. Here’s my spooky Takeout Treat box for Halloween:

Takeout Thinlits Dies, Trick or Tweet, Cauldron Bubble, Stampin' Up!, Brian KingHow cute is that?! The project combines Gorgeous Grape cardstock with a variety of products found in the Toil & Trouble Suite of products in Stampin’ Up!’s 2018 Holiday Catalog:

  • A small panel of Toil & Trouble Designer Series Paper cropped with the Takeout Thinlits Dies
  • A fun sentiment stamped from the Trick or Tweet stamp set on Mango Melody and cropped with the banner from the Takeout Thinlits Dies
  • An adorable ghost stamped and cropped with the Cauldron Bubble Bundle
  • A wrap of Black 5/8″ Glittered Organdy Ribbon

Here’s a closer look – my hands are big, but this gives you a good idea of how big this treat box is:

Takeout Thinlits Dies, Trick or Tweet, Cauldron Bubble, Stampin' Up!, Brian KingYou won’t go broke giving out candy this Halloween if you give it in these Takeout Treat boxes. 🙂 These are tiny treats that fit right inside: Takeout Thinlits Dies, Trick or Tweet, Cauldron Bubble, Stampin' Up!, Brian King Takeout Thinlits Dies, Trick or Tweet, Cauldron Bubble, Stampin' Up!, Brian KingI love these color combination on this fun treat box. This new purple and new orange mix perfectly with black for a perfectly cheery Halloween combo. If you like this mix of Mango Melody, Gorgeous Grape and Basic Black, save this:

Stampin' Up! Color Inspiration - Mango Melody, Gorgeous Grape, Basic BlackBundles: Takeout Treats, Cauldron Bubble  Stamp Sets: Takeout Treats, Trick or Tweet, Cauldron Bubble  Papers: Toil & Trouble Designer Series Paper, Gorgeous Grape, Mango Melody, Thick Whisper White  Inks: Basic Black  Accessories: Takeout Thinlits Dies, Cauldron Framelits Dies, Black 5/8″ Glittered Organdy Ribbon, Stampin’ Dimensionals

How cool would you be if you handed out your Halloween treats in pretty packages like this?! You could also add an additional scoop of candy to their bags if you REALLY want them to like you.

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  1. Your boxes are super cute Brian. We used this set at a class this past Saturday and everyone just loved making a box. The boxes fit a made in Maine “shower shot” perfectly if you’d like to give something other than candy to friends! : )

    • Thanks, Dawn! I love the idea of adding a shower shot inside (I had to Google that to see what it is. 🙂 It’s a great box – so easy to put together. <3

  2. Adorable with the retro Mrs. Claus as well as for Halloween. Perfect fit for the treats inside!

  3. Adorable boxes…but I know that Reese’s was just for pic show…you eat it right after!!! 🙂

  4. Adorable boxes…but I know that Reese’s was just for pic show…you ate it right after!!! 🙂

  5. Very cute treat boxes, Brian. Love the versatility of occasions where they can be used to bring a smile to the recipients. Enjoy your day!

  6. Such a spooktacular treat box! Cute!

  7. What a fun and fabulous treat box Brian. I have to admit though that photography does not do that black glitter ribbon any justice. I think of all the ribbon I’ve bought from any source, this ribbon is the most beautiful and easiest to work with. I’m planning on ordering at least 2 more rolls. Meanwhile, your color combo for the box is absolute perfection. I just love this!

    • It’s really hard to get a good photo of anything glittery, which is ONE of the reasons I rarely showcase glittery thing. This ribbon is certainly a showstopper and so easy to use. Glad you like the ribbon and project, Grace. Thanks!

  8. CUTE CUTE !!! And thank you for showing both decorated ! But I especially like that you show the actual size comparisons ! I always use measurements on grid paper before I decide to order on many of my choices ,but these pictures are much better !! Thank you !
    I agree with Grace on that black ribbon ….it is a beauty and it shows up really good on your box !!

  9. So adorable, love it!

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