Hello and welcome to my YouTube channel and blog today. Yesterday, was a big day the Holiday Catalog (Autumn Winter Catalog) went live. And, let me just tell you that there’s tons of great new products inside. I will be sharing my must have list later on in the week, so you will want to check back for that. This Holiday catalog is by far one of the best ones I’ve seen in awhile. It’s going to be hard to narrow down what you want to order. Just remember that I am always here for you to help you out picking your supplies for your orders.
But, today I am going to share with you the projects that I shared last night in my weekly Facebook Live mini class. This is my weekly Facebook Creative Escape live free mini class for everyone that would like to watch, I go live every Wednesday night at 8:00 pm CST. I share a new project of two each week. This week I shared a quick and easy project featuring the new Toil & Trouble Designer Series paper and a tag using Trick or Tweet stamp set (which will be my featured stamp set in my upcoming Trick Or Tweet Online Class). I created this project as a add on project for this class. Here’s a look at my project for today.
Here’s a look at this cute fun stamp set that allows you to pick your favorite color media. This set is so cute that I knew I had to feature it as my first Online Class from this festive catalog. You will want to be one the look out for those class details that will post soon.
Tips & Tricks:
The great thing about this project is it’s perfect for mass producing those spooky little creatures that will be visiting your on all Hallows Eve. You can get three threat holders from one sheet of 12 x 12 designer series paper, so from one pack you can make 36 treat holders. How wonderful is that. You need one 4 x 10 1/2 piece per bag.
On the long side you will score at 1/2″, 4 1/2, 5 1/4, 6, & 10 (when doing the 1/2″, 5 1/4, & 10 you will flip the paper over to the reverse side.)
On the short side score at 1 & 3
I used my trimmer to do this but you can use the simply score if you want.
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I adore this Halloween paper it’s probably one of the best Halloween packs I’ve seen in my 3 years as a demonstrator.
It has some of the cutest patterns and designs plus must of the images can be cut out using the matching Cauldron Framelits. The bats can be cut out using the Spooky Bat Punch that I used in the video. How cool is that!
For those of you that’s not that into Halloween I did make a Christmas version of this project using the host exclusive designer series paper Dashing Along (which can only be earned with qualifying party sales or order).
That’s my project for today I hope that you have enjoyed it. You will find a full list of supplies below that can be purchased in my online store 24/7. I look forward to working with you as your Stampin’ Up! demonstrator.
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