Spooky Cat Treat Box – Video tutorial

By | September 3, 2017
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Hi Stampers

Last week was my monthly Coffee and a Card at Coffee Culture Cafe, on Bramalea Road.    There is one more session before winter sets in – Wednesday September 27th.   I can’t express to you enough as to how much I enjoy taking this creative outlet of mine out into the community.   I look forward each month to going to the coffee shop and stamping with everyone.     Everyone has asked me if I am going to continue after September and I honestly don’t know how it would work in the winter.    I have images of snowfalls, shovelling driveways and cleaning off cars… never mind everyone coming to the coffee shop in their winter coats / boots.    I have to give this some thought as to how it would work.     But I digress…..why I am really posting….

Everyone that came out last Wednesday received a super cute (well I think so), Spooky Cat treat box.   Inside the box are two hard liquorice sticks from Bulk Barn.   They are 4 for $1.00…. what a great deal and I wanted to do something with them for a long time.       That is where the idea for the treat box came from.     The liquorice comes in a variety of flavours, but if you are going to make a Halloween Treat Box…. what is better than black liquorice… right?

Video, Tutorial

The picture above is the treat box that everyone received.    But I was asked by many on how to make them, what the dimensions were, etc.    So today… I have a quick video tutorial on how to make the box, with directions, dimensions.     In the video I used the Hat and Happy Halloween from the Spooky Cat stamp set.   Enjoy.

The Scoop

  • Spooky Cat stamp set (new)
  • Spooky Night Designer Series Paper (new)
  • Pumpkin Pie card stock
  • Very Vanilla card stock
  • Silver Glimmer Paper
  • Black Memento ink
  • Stitched Shapes Framelits
  • Simply Scored Scoring Tool
  • Tear and Tape
  • Tombow Adhesive
  • Dimensionals
  • Black Rhinestones

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Thanks for stopping by,
Elizabeth, Your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
www.stampscrapandmore.com

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