Spooktacular Halloween Treat Box

I met with my local stamp club this past weekend (their first since Stampin’ Up!’s Holiday Catalog was released), so we covered Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas in one fun class. I’m exited to share a super-cute Spooktacular Bash treat holder we made with Kraft Pillow Boxes from page 172 of the Annual Catalog and some great products from the Monster Bash Suite on page 53 of the Holiday Catalog. Here’s the fun treat box we made:

Spooktacular Bash Bundle, Itty Bitty Greetings, Stampin' Up!, Brian King, Halloween treat box

Tips, Tricks and Reminders

  • Spooktacular Fun. The Spooktacular Bash Bundle makes me so happy – the fun, cartoon-like images are perfect for children, and the coordinating Ornate Frames Dies are an elegant touch that will be a go-to throughout the rest of the year. My Dracula (I forced my stamp club members to refer to him as “Draaachkoola”) is stamped, cropped and framed with with the bundle. Here’s a look at the Spooktacular Bash Bundle: Spooktacular Bash Bundle, Stampin' Up! 153040The banner down the middle of my card is one of the elegant, beautiful pages from the Monster Bash Designer Series Paper (I LOVE this piece). Here’s a look at the colors and patterns in the Monster Bash Designer Series Paper: Monster Bash Designer Series Paper, Stampin' Up! 2019 Holiday Catalog, 150447If you haven’t checked out all of the elements in this Monster Bash Suite, please do yourself a favor and look at them now. You can click on the picture below to see all of the products in this suite in my online store: Monster Bash Suite, Stampin' Up! 101020
  • Terracotta Pillow Box. I love Stampin’ Up!’s Kraft Pillow Boxes – they are only $5 for 10 printed, die-cut pillow boxes that are perfect for gifts, gift cards and other wrapped goodies. What a steal! As soon as I pulled them out, one of my club members exclaimed that she needed a last-minted gift card holder the day before and was glad to have these handy (she wrapped a band of Designer Series Paper around the pillow box, added a tag and voila! Here’s a look at the Kraft Pillow Boxes:Kraft Pillow Boxes, Stampin' Up!, 147018I can hear you saying, “But, Brian, those pillow boxes are kraft colored, while your pillow box has an orange hue to it.” That’s because we used the Sponge Brayer to add Terracotta Tile ink to the pouch before assembling. How fun is that?! It was so easy to change the look of the pillow box with just a little ink.Sponge Brayers, Stampin' Up! 141714
  • Shiny Draaachkoola. You can’t see it in my picture above (and can barely see it in the closeup below), but my Draaachkoola sparkles with a glitterly shine. That’s because I embossed him with Shimmer Black Stampin’ Emboss Powder, one of two new emboss powders in Stampin’ Up!’s 2019 Annual Catalog (the other is Shimmer White Stampin’ Emboss Powder). Here’s a closer look:Spooktacular Bash Bundle, Itty Bitty Greetings, Stampin' Up!, Brian King, Halloween treat boxWhile my image was heat embossed in the dark corners of my craft room, I didn’t want to heat emboss with glittery powder at Marti’s house, so I was just going to let them stamp with Memento Tuxedo Black ink. To build a shine, one club member grabbed a Wink of Stella brush to add shine to her Draaachkoola (the others followed her lead).

Bundles: Spooktacular Bash Bundle  Stamp Sets: Spooktacular Bash, Itty Bitty Greetings  Papers: Monster Bash Designer Series Paper, Terracotta Tile, Thick Whisper White  Inks: Tuxedo Black Memento, VersaMark, Terracotta Tile  Accessories: Kraft Pillow Boxes, Ornate Frames Dies, Stitched Nested Labels Dies, Banner Triple Punch, Shimmer Black Stampin’ Emboss Powder, Sponge Brayer, Tear & Tape, Stampin’ Dimensionals

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  1. Just too cute! Draaachkoola indeed!❤️

  2. Suzie Patt Cullen

    Very scary, Brian ????‍♂️

  3. Adorable treat! Love those frames!!!

  4. The best Dracula ever and so adorable guarding this package!

  5. Someone is in for a real treat when they receive this fun project!

  6. The Wink of Stella gives just the right amount of shimmer to this little creep’s coat. Very cute!

  7. Very cute treat boxes, Brian. Love how you decorated them. Have a wonderful day. This afternoon it is 93 and feels like 100. For Delaware that is above normal for this time of year. Of course, it won’t last, so it is nice while it lasts. At least it isn’t the white fluffy stuff! LOL!

    • Thank you so much, Hilda! It’s unbearably and unseasonably hot here, too. I’m grateful I don’t have to be outside during the day. Hope it cools down soon for you. ♥

  8. Very clever! Thanks for the tip about recoloring the box! I love that idea.

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