Sunday, October 2, 2016

Cookie Cutter Halloween Treat Pouch

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I've been sharing cards from the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set and coordinating punch over the last few days, but today I want to show you some cute ideas for the Cookie Cutter Halloween set that uses the same coordinating punch.

First up are a couple of awesome treat pouches.  Jodi Geers, a fellow Stampin' Up! demonstrator, shared this project at a team meeting ... thanks for sharing Jodi!  Jodi doesn't have a blog, but you can find her Pictorial posted HERE.

Cookie Cutter Halloween Treat Pouch - CASED from Jodi Geers
These sweet little pouches hold a fun size candy bar.  The Hershey's bar fits the best, but the Kit Kat will also work.

Isn't this scarecrow adorable?  I think this is my favorite image in the stamp set.  The pouch is made from Pumpkin Pie card stock and the banners are from the Halloween Night Specialty Designer Series Paper.  The banners are attached using SNAIL adhesive.

The scarecrow is stamped in Memento Black ink and then colored using a Blender Pen and the following Classic Inks:  Pumpkin Pie, Real Red, Rich Razzleberry, Daffodil Delight and Crumb Cake.  After coloring, I punched it out using the coordinating Cookie Cutter Builder Punch.  The crow is also stamped in the Memento Black ink and cut out by hand.  I made a double bow from Linen Thread and attached it with a Mini Glue Dot.  The crow and scarecrow are both attached with Stampin' Dimensionals. 

I just couldn't stop after I made one!  For the second one I chose the cute little vampire.  This pouch is made from Real Red card stock and the banners are from Pop of Pink Specialty Designer Series Paper and also the Halloween Night Specialty Designer Series Paper.  Again, the banners are adhered with SNAIL.

The vampire is stamped in the Memento Black ink and colored with a Blender Pen using the following Classic Inks:  Real Red, Smoky Slate and Daffodil Delight.  I used some of the Black Metallic Thread behind him.  I also stamped the bat in the Memento Black ink and cut out by hand.  The bat and the vampire are both adhered with Stampin' Dimensionals.

If you love these cute characters as much as I do, you'll definitely want to get the Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set along with your Cookie Cutter Christmas class!  Registration ends Wednesday, so contact me now to sign up!
Thank you so much to Jodi Geers for sharing her amazing Cookie Cutter Halloween treats and pictorial!  I think I'll be making more of these!
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