Monday, October 8, 2012

Twelve Days of Halloween Day #6 - Googly Ghouls Pencil Pouch

Hi Friends!

It's the beginning of a new week and hope everyone is having a great start!. Here is day #6 of our Twelve Days of Halloween. I was trying to figure out what I could send my boys to school with on Halloween and still in alignment with their Nutritional Value Standards. Found the perfect idea - Pencil Pouches!! Here is what the boys will be sharing with their classmates at school.

Here is what we used to create this Pencil Pouch:

Stamp Set:
Googly Ghouls - Clear #128063 or Googly Ghouls - Wood #128063

Card Stock
Elegant Eggplant #105126 (Cut at 11" x 3")
Whisper White #100730
Basic Black 121045

Designer Series Paper
Howlstooth & Scaringbone #126906 (Cut at  2 7/8" x 3 7/8")

Classic Stampin' Pad
Basic Black #126980

2 3/8" Scallop Circle #118874
2 1/2" Circle #120906
Word Window #119857

3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon-Gumball Green #126848  (Cut 10")

Brads-Neutral Collection #119736
Googlies (Eyes) #127539

Simply Scored Scoring Tool #122334
Paper Piercing Tool #126189
Stampin' Pierce Mat #126199
Essentials Paper Piercing Pack #126187
Bone Folder #102300

SNAIL Adhesive #104332


Step 1:
 Score Card stock at 6 1/2" and 6 7/8".

Step 2:
  Crease all score lines with bone folder.

Step 3:
Adhere the DSP to top section of the card stock.

Step 4:
Take the Word Window punch and punch as shown above.

Step 5:
Using the Paper Piecing Tool, Stampin' Pierce Mat and the Essentials Paper Piercing Pack, pierce two holes to the side of the Word Window Punch as shown above and attach (2) Black Brads from the Neutral Collection to form pouch.

Step 6:
Embellish as you wish and there you have it !

Have a great week! See you soon with Day #7..........................Siara

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Saturday, October 6, 2012

Twelve Days of Halloween Day #5 - Batty Treat Box

Good Morning Stamping Friends! I have a treat to share with you! Here is a cute Halloween Treat Box that is so "Batty". Here is what you will need:

Stamp Set:
Monster Munchies - Clear #127907 or Monster Munchies Bits - Wood #127904

Designer Series Paper:
Howlstooth & Scaringbone Designer Series Paper #126906 Cut  (2x) 8 1/4" x 1/2"

Card Stock:
Basic Black #121045  Cut (2x) at 3" x 3"
Whisper White #100730
Tangerine Tango #111349

Classic Stampin' Pad
Basic Black #126980

1" Circle #1119868
1 1/4" Circle #119861
1 3/4" Scallop Circle #19854
Scallop Edge Border #119882

Specialty Paper:
Window Sheets #114323  Cut at 8 1/4" x 3 1/2"

Embossing Folders:
Perfect Polka Dots #117335

Big Shot Die - Cutting Machine #113439
Simply Scoring Tool #122334
Bone Folder #102300

SNAIL Adhesive #104332
Sticky Strip #104294


Step 1: Score each 3" x 3" card stock at 1/2" on all four sides.

Step 2: Using the Big Shot and the Perfect Polka Dot Embossing Folder, run both 3" x 3" piece of card stock through the Big Shot machine.  (hint: Once you place the card stock in the embossing folder, place the folder between two standard cutting pads. Place the "sandwiched" embossing folder on the base platform of the Multipurpose Platform and run through the Big Shot.

Step 3: Take your paper snips and snip to the first score line as shown above on each 3" x 3" piece of card stock.

Step 4: Using the bone folder, crease on all score lines.

Step 5: Place Sticky Strip on each corner of the 3" X 3" card stock as shown above.

Step 6: Remove Sticky Strip backing and adhere to form box cover as shown above.

Step 7:  Punch the edge of the DSP and adhere to the edges of both box covers. Set aside.

Step 8: Align the Window Sheet lengthwise against the top of the Score Board and Score at 1 7/8", 3 7/8",  5 7/8", and 7 7/8".

Step 9: Using Bone Folder, crease all score lines.

Step 10: Place Sticky Strip along the bottom edge of your Window Acetate and on the small flap as shown above. Remove the backing of the sticky strip and form the box.

Step 11: Insert the open end (make sure it is the end with your sticky strip) of your box into a box cover and adhere.

Step 12: Embellish to finish.

Hope you all enjoyed Day #5 of our Twelve Days of Halloween. Have a wonderful weekend and will be back with Day #6............Siara

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Twelve Days of Halloween Day #4 - Spider Cider Tea Bag Holder

Good Morning!!

Hope everyone is doing well on this beautiful Wednesday. Here is day 4 of our "Twelve Days of Halloween. This Tea Bag Holder will be a neat Halloween treat to share with co-workers during the Halloween season.

This is the inside of the holder. It can hold two tea bags.

Here is what we used in this example:

Stamp Set:
Monster Munchies - Clear #127907  or Monster Munchies - Wood #127904

Designer Series Paper:
Howlstooth & Scaringbone #126906  Cut at 7" x 4" and Cut (2X) at 3 1/4' x 3"

Basic Black #121045  Cut at 7 3/4" x 3 1/4"
Whisper White #100730

Classic Stampin' Pad:
Basic Black #126980

Extra Large Oval #119859
Decorative Label #120907
1 1/4" Circle #119861

3/8" Taffeta Ribbon - Basic Black #119962  Cut about 20 " long.

Simply Scored Scoring Tool #122334
New Stampin' Trimmer #126889
Bone Folder #102300

SNAIL Adhesive #104332
Stampin' Dimensionals #104430
Sticky Stip #104294


Step 1: Using your Simply Score Board, score cardstock at  3 1/2" and 4 1/4". Crease both score lines. Set Aside.

Step 2: Take your DSP measured at 7: x 4" and score at 1/2" and 3 1/2".

Step 3: Turn DSP lengthwise and score at 3 1/8" and 3 7/8". Crease all score lines.

Step 4: Take the 1 1/4" Circle punch and punch both ends as shown above. This will enable the tea bags to slide out of the pouch more easily.

Step 5: Using Sticky Strip, adhere strip as shown above.

Step 6: Take the red protective strip off of the adhesive and align the center score marks of both the cardstock and the DSP and carefully adhere together.

 Step 7: Using SNAIL Adhesive, adhere the 3 1/4" x 3" pieces to front and back of your pouch. Add ribbon and embellish.

Hope youu enjoyed this tutorial! Thank you for stopping by and visiting! Stay tune for Day #5 of our "Twelve Days of Halloween".....................Siara