Monday, August 22, 2016

Tips, Tutorials, & Techniques - Halloween Treats

It's never too early to think about fun treats to create for Halloween. Today we want to share some inspiring options for creating Halloween Treats

Today's video will give you Halloween treat inspiration. Stephanie shares some cute projects designed by Creative Team Member Keeway. Watch the video below or click here (MFT August Release Class - Spooky Treat Bags) to watch it on YouTube. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel so that you don't miss a single tutorial!

This is one of the four FREE August Release Class tutorials. You can see the other videos HERE for more inspiration! 

Let's take a look at few more examples of Halloween treats that you can create!

Barbara used a papier mâché coffin box that she's had in her stash for awhile to create this super fun treat container. The Frightful Friends stamp set dresses it up so nicely! I love the spooky vellum clouds.

Handmade Halloween treat box from Barbara Anders  featuring Frightful Friends Stamp Set and Die-namics, Spooky House, Fresh Cut Grass, Blueprints 21 and Blueprints 29 Die-namics  #mftstamps

Julie keeps it simple with various colors of card stock, a tag from our Tag Talk Die-namics, and cute sentiments and images from the Frightfully Fun Halloween stamp set and Die-namics. And pencils are a fun option to candy!

Handmade Halloween pencil tags from Julie Dinn featuring Frightfully Fun Halloween stamp set and Die-namics and Tag Talk Die-namics #mftstamps

Torico created three SUPER cute milk carton treat boxes with three stamp sets from My Favorite Things - Frightful Friends, Frightfully Fun Halloween, and Spooky Sweets. You can go HERE to see how she created the milk cartons. She shares a great template for cutting, scoring, and assembling.

Handmade Halloween treat boxes from Torico featuring Lisa Johnson Designs Spooky Sweets and Frightfully Fun stamp sets and Frightful Friends stamp set and Die-namics  #mftstamps

You will LOVE creating cute and memorable Halloween treats with products from My Favorite Things. Be sure to tag #mftstamps when you post your projects online. We can't wait to see what you've made!

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