Kate Bolt. Independent Stampin'Up! Demonstrator.



Saturday, 14 October 2017

Fun Halloween Treat Tubes !

Halloween is coming!

Yes, I am excited. I am like a big kid. Whilst traditionally the Brits don't celebrate like they do in the States,  we have always had fun at Halloween in our house, decorate and have a Halloween tea for the children. My youngest today told me the best bit is carving the pumpkin!

So with that in mind I thought I'd have some fun with these treat tubes . They are clear plastic so quite safe. such a simple way to dress up a treat and looks really effective with the labels stamped with the Spooky Cat Stamps. 

I added some of the matching Spooky Night DSP (patterned papers) on the back. All the images match the stamps! I tied the label with the black mini sequin trim which looks great but would look equally good with black or orange ribbon. 

You can see the papers more clearly in this picture before the tubes were filled with sweets. I had to fill them quickly before I ate too many! 😊 You can get just enough small sweets in them to be just right. And I think they'd look great at a table setting for Halloween tea. 

These are very easy to make and child friendly. A great half term activity for the children to do and perfect to make them feel involved with any fun preparation you might have for Halloween. Not too many materials needed. Just two ink pads in Basic Black and Pumpkin Pie (How appropriate!) , stamps, punch and card. The DSP on the back just finishes them off. Once you have the supplies you can get them out year after year to use in any kind of Halloween project. There are so many uses for them. Click on the images at the bottom of the page if you would like them. I will be coming back with some more Halloween ideas I have made with this set, so watch out for those. 

Here is my video tutorial of how I made them 

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