Hello and welcome back! It's time for the next Artisan Design Team blog post, and we're focusing on the Jar of Haunts stamp set this month. You're in for a treat because we have so much talent and so many different styles represented by these 20 women from around the globe. And on top of their talent, they are fun and fabulous as well. Please keep hopping through all 20 so you don't miss a thing! Be sure to use something like Google Translate for those blogs not in your native language. Also, you can find all of our projects for the year in one easy place, on our Pinterest board. You might have just arrived from Krista Frattin, and she always makes the most stylish projects.
So, on to the projects. I decided to make some simple treat containers. I didn't use the jar image at all from the Jar of Haunts stamp set, so you can see how versatile the images are.
I started with the Petite Café Gift Bags, and stamped on them with the pumpkin outline in Pumpkin Pie and the face in Memento Black inks. Simple, but cute I think!
Next, I wrapped the bag with the orange and black twine from the Halloween Night Baker's Twine. The label was attached to the bag with Stampin' Dimensionals to keep it in place.
Next, I have another treat bag. The scary eyes are stamped onto a Kraft Tag A Bag Gift Bags with Black Memento ink. I used the gray and black twine from the Halloween Night Baker's Twine to tie on the tag, and another Stampin' Dimensional to attach the tag to the bag. For the top of the bag, I split some Old Olive cardstock apart after roughing it up with a bone folder, and then used the Fringe Scissors.
Here is what the paper looked like after I pulled it apart before cutting it with the Fringe Scissors.
I have one last treat bag to share. I stamped onto a piece of Shimmer White Cardstock with the drip stamp in Old Olive, and then colored it in with more Old Olive ink and an Aqua Painter.
The topper is stapled to a Gusseted Cellophane Bag, and the tag was attached with the gray and black twine and Stampin' Dimensionals.
Well, that is all for me today! Next, you'll move on to Michelle Long and her fun project. Thanks for stopping by!