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Halloween Lidded Treat box using home sweet home dies for 3D Thursday

halloween-home-sweet-home-lidded-box by Heidi Smith Flutterbyheidi UK Stampin Up Demonstrator So having said I don’t do Halloween, as I mentioned in my other Halloween project HERE I couldn’t resist this stamp set – so made these cute little boxes for some of my work colleagues.  We are due to have an  announcement at work on the Monday, so I figure we may all need some treats to try and make us smile, and having found the jelly body parts they had to go inside a mummy didn’t they?   So it’s a bonus project this week – another 3D Thursday 🙂

Materials

1/2 A4 Sheet of Sahara Sand

Small piece of Whisper White cardstock

Instructions

Cut out two of the home sweet home dies.

Trim away the top as shown on the video

Score across the top of the triangle

Stamp and colour your image and cut out or die cut

Make up the boxes and thread the rope through

 

Other Supplies

Home Sweet Home thinlets 140279

Jar of Haunts Stamp Set 142247

Everyday Jars dies 141490

Memento or Archival Black Ink pad

Markers (I used Sahara Sand) (Neutrals collection)

Ribbon or cord for the top Kraft Rope Trim 141996

Hole punch

Don’t forget to click on the links above to go straight to the item in my online store or click HERE to go to the main page and just browse.  My hostess club is filling up well this month, so if you want your share, don’t forget to add the hostess code to your order.

So I hope you pop back again for some more Ferrero Friday and Sunday Scoring projects over the next few days, or subscribe to my YouTube Channel HERE to get notified whenever I upload a video

Best wishes and Crafty Hugs

 

Heidi

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