TRICKS & TREATS HALLOWEEN FAVORS
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I just had an absolute blast using the new Stampin’ Up Tricks & Treats stamps and dies for my blog hop projects and class. 😄 Guess what I learned? These aren’t just for Halloween 👻, I stepped outside the usual ‘holiday’ box, dared to mix Halloween’s ghoulish fun with Christmas’s warmth.
📺 I’m sharing over 25 favor and treat boxes in my latest video. And brace yourselves, I’m showing you how to make 3 different Halloween treats that’ll send your favorite ghouls screaming with delight! 🍭 Lollipop treats, bubbles and OMG – 👻✨ glow stick holders and they all glow-in-the-dark!
🧡 And here’s a bonus: I’ve got a FREE printable for you to customize your glow sticks with the sweetest message – “A little light for your Halloween night”. 🌟You’ll find it on the instructions sheet below.
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All of the Halloween favors I made on the video class use the Stampin’ Up! Glow-in-the-Dark Specialty paper so they all glow for extra fun.
As much fun in the dark as in the light.
Glow stick bracelets, bubble jars and lollipops. I got the bubbles, spider rings and glow sticks and Michaels and the candy at WalMart. Everything else is available in my online store.
Party favors, little treats for the office, friends, kids, grand kids…this are fun for everyone.
I used the Stampin’ Up Them Bones Designer Series Paper on all of these projects.
Which one is your favorite?
Glow stick favors that glow even before you use them!
I created a printable for these glow sticks. I’m offering it free and you’ll find it on the instructions.
I designed the printable to work with the 2″ Circle Punch (or dies) but if you didn’t have those you can cut them into squares instead.
Aren’t they just the cutest darn things?
I used Charms flat pops that came in a candy assortment I got a WalMart. But you can make these for many different pop types and sizes. Just adjust the sizes to your candy.
And they are so fun when they glow.
Hand these out at your door on Halloween, or put them out on your desk to give away with smiles.
Cute little bubble stuff jars. What kid (or adult) doesn’t love bubbles?
The die cut word “boo” is also from the Stampin’ Up! Tricks & Treats Dies. Simply die cut from Glow-in-the-Dark paper and viola! Instead “boo” in the dark.
I got the bubbles and spiders at Michaels. The spider rings glow too.
As you can see I had a lot of fun working with the Tricks and Treats box die. I made a variety of different styles for Halloween or fall gatherings and favors.
But it’s not ALL about Halloween. This box die is a home run for any occasion. Quick and easy boxes that you can transform to your needs. I made some fun Christmas holiday boxes.
Writing instructions is very time consuming and I just wasn’t able to get them all done in time for the video. I will be sharing tutorials for the rest of the cards and boxes over the next week. Which one is your favorite?
Don’t miss the Frosted window treat box I made as an alternate to the August Paper Pumpkin kit. I have instructions for this set here.
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