Tuesday, 6 October 2020

Halloween Treats, A DSP SALE!!! and a Blog Hop

Things have been a little slow in my craft room these past two weeks.  I have had the children at home with me, due to a school closure, and was back with my homeschooling hat on again!  Today was their first day back at school again, and my first day with tie to get jobs done child free!

With this lull in crafting, blogging and everything else, I was really glad to get a friendly kick up the behind from a fellow Demonstrator, over in the Netherlands, Annette Elias.  We both belong to the Tantalising Stampers Team, and she had the idea of joining forces for a blog hop in celebration of this months' promotion.

Visit the other Demonstrators' blog posts via the links at the end 

Did you know that for the whole of October you can get your hands on most of the Designer Series Papers by Stampin' Up!® at 15% OFF?  A fantastic deal, especially if you join as Demonstrator and get your Demo discount after that too!!

Click on the photo below to go straight to my shop to bag your bargain.

With this in mind, our little Blog Hop will help you with lots of DSP ideas to get you cooking for this promotion, so follow the links at the bottom of the page to hop from blog to blog and see what others have made.

Here is my project - it's a duo of origami style treats for Halloween using the Magic In The Night Designer Series Paper.  I particularly love how you get a statement Halloween design on one side and a moody atmospheric graphic on the other, that could be used beyond this particular occasion, making this paper much more versatile.

I have made two old favourites here - a Corner Bookmark and a Folded Treat Pouch - the perfect mini gift for your little monsters!

All you need is a sheet of your chosen paper, cut to 6"x6" (that means you can make 4 of these with one sheet!), enough scraps of Whisper White card stock to punch out your features and for the sentiments and that really is it.

Trying to think or ways to make this years' Halloween fun work differently, as we will not be able to Trick or Treat in the normal way, I thought I would make a collection of these to give to my children and a few of their friends on the day.

These are also perfect to make using Christmas papers.  Give them as stocking fillers or table favours, and the bookmark is the perfect accompaniment to a gifted book this Christmas!

If you would like to see how they are made I have a short video on my YouTube Channel which you can follow.  They are very simple once you get going, and quite addictive to make.


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