It's time for the Baker's Dozen Studio Challenge. This is a monthly opportunity for us to share what makes our stamping studios hum. Each month we will have a fun, crafty question so we can share our favorites, some tips and tricks, stamping advice and more.
The theme for October is:
Good things come in small packages! The holiday season is upon us and between Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukah, and Christmas there are a ton of opportunities to create and give little treats, gifts, and party favors. Please show us something you'll be giving this year.
I've been making Halloween treats for my kids' classrooms and these are a snap to make. I've used a piece of black card stock to make a band around a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup.
I used Totally Tags Halloween and Totally Tags Dies for my treats. To make the band, score a 6-1/2" x 2-1/4" piece of card stock at 1-1/2", 2-1/8", 5" and 4-3/8". Add a little adhesive to one end and then fold it into a band/box shape. The seam will be on the bottom of the box. Then you just decorate the top and slide the treat inside and you can glue it down with a Glue Dot.
Please be mindful of allergies in classrooms. We don't have allergies in one class (hence the peanut butter cups), but this idea will work great with prepackaged Rice Krispies Treats, Peppermint Patties, apple slices, baby carrots, etc.
You can find these fab products in the TE Store -
Please be sure to stop by and see what the rest of the Baker's Dozen have created for you today -
- Carolyn King - Guest Designer
- Charmaine Ikach
- Jen Shults
- Jodi Collins
- Melody Rupple
- Regina Mangum
- Sankari Wegman
- Shannon White
- Shelly Mercado
- Stephanie Kraft
- Taylor VanBruggen
- Wanda Guess
stamps: totally tags halloween (te)
paper: black licorice (mft), tangy orange (mft), choice snow white (te)
ink: colorbox lime pastel, colorbox candied yam, colorbox charcoal
accessories: totally tags dies (te), reece's peanut butter cups, foam tape