Saturday, August 22, 2009

Crafty Secrets Postcard Halloween Treat Box & Bunchie in a basket

Smiley from millan.net

Only about 2 months until Halloween, my fave holiday for paper crafting! The new Crafty Secrets Postcard Kits are so much fun to use for wall hangers, albums, banners and now little treat boxes!

I got this package of favor boxes at the $1 store a long time ago and never used them. I got this idea to make the Halloween treat box with them. I had to hunt them down in my alterable stuff crate...ugh. The stuff I have in there would last me an alterable life time I think!
I cut the handles off one of them so they wouldn't show, I wanted to make my own handles out of ribbon anyway.
I cut one end off of 2 postcard pieces so they would sit level when I adhered them to my favor box. I did the front and back of the postcard pieces with the papers, stamps and chipboard pieces that come in the kit.I used paper from the Earthy Paper Pad on the sides & back of the box. I stamped the back with some of the stamps that come in the kit.
Here is a sucker cover I made with scalloped & circle punches.
...and a pumpkin girly. I cut her out of one of the papers in the kit and glued her on a piece of card stock for stability and cut her out again. The stick she's on is a recycled wooden sucker stick, I colored it with a black Copic marker. She's glued on to 2 Prima flowers and the stick is stuck in to a wine bottle cork, I started a hole in the cork with my awl. I glued 3 buttons on a stick pin and stuck that through the flowers. Everything is distressed with Ranger Distress Vintage Photo ink.
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While I was editing my photos I looked over and saw Bunchie curled up in this basket, silly girl!Smiley from millan.net
I hope you have a great week, thanks for checking in on me!

11 comments:

Julie Campbell said...

Great idea for the postcard kits, Pam! Loved that--gonna have to make some up. That pumpkin girl is one of my all-time favorite images--I've got my daughter making a needle-felted doll using that image as an example right now--she's an artist--(really!)--can't wait to see the finished product! Love your blog--thanks for the ideas & inspiration.

Viv (VivLyn) said...

What a cute idea! I love the little pumpkin girl on the stick!!

Denise Young said...

Love this idea. Thanks for the great pics to share how you did it. I have some of these boxes too, I will try this. Thanks for the inspiration. The cat in the basket is too funny.

Julie Ranae said...

Hi Pam...new follower to your blog! I love what you do and am looking forward to following along.
I just wanted to let you know that I do a feature each Wednesday evening that highlights my own NEW favorite blogs and I will be featuring yours as one of them.
Hope you will pop by later tonight or tomorrow and have a quick look!
Glad to have you peek in over at
Julie's Open Window!

Anonymous said...

I love Vintage Halloween and the ideas are great!Can't wait to purchase some of these items for my own use!
Thanks for the ideas!

Anonymous said...

Pam,

Halloween is my most favorite time of year, well maybe just a little behind Christmas:) All of your projects are too cute. I will be looking in my local SBS for these products.

Thanks for sharing,
Pam in Bonita

Jean said...

Just found your blog, love Halloween! Keep up the good work
JMTaylor

Anastasia said...

I love the Vintage look and Crafty Secrets are sooo Cute!! Love all your great ideas!!!!

Betty said...

What a great idea! I love Halloween - a great time to start working on all those Holiday Craft Projects! Thanks for sharing all your great ideas!

Jeanne said...

I have just discovered this Vintage Blog and love the Halloween sets, and the projects. Awesome!

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