This treat was made for the three little children who live next door to me. The Haunt Ya Later stamp set was perfect, because they are two little boys and a little girl! The little girl is only 6 months old, so she didn't get any candy -- she's getting animal crackers and goldfish!
This picture shows the holders empty so you can see better how they looked before filling.
Vampire: Basic Gray cardstock edged with Basic Gray ink
Witch: Old Olive cardstock edged with Old Olive ink
Kitten/Pumpkin: Basic Black cardstock edged with White Craft Ink.
All images were colored using Stampin' Write markers - Neutrals and Brights
I decided to bag them so the contents wouldn't spill out all over their Trick or Treat bags, and I must say, I do like the look of the cello bag!
These next treats were made for the secretaries that I work with. These were made with Always Artichoke cardstock inked with Always Artichoke ink. The fence is a sizzix die that I cut with Whisper White and inked with Soft Suede ink. The bat is also a sizzix die but with Basic Black cardstock and inked with Whisper White craft ink.
Since I am planning on putting them on their desks before they get in, I originally thought I didn't need to bag them and this is how they looked without the outside cello bag.
Of course, I then decided the bag them in case they got tossed around in my car!
I'm having a class on Saturday, which is also Halloween, so I made some for the ladies who will be coming to class. These were made with Basic Gray cardstock, edged with Basic Gray ink. Again, I used the sizzix fence die but with Whisper White cardstock and inked up with Soft Suede. I didn't bag these for two reasons: (1) I'm handing them out at class, which is at my house; and (2) I ran out of bags!
Thanks for stopping by to check out my Halloween Treats!