onsdag 31. oktober 2018

Happy Halloween with LDRS Creative

Hello everyone!

Welcome to the first edition of the HALLOWEEN PARTY BLOG HOP by LDRS Creative!

The design team has prepared some WICKED inspiration using the latest seasonal products in store, including them in super-duper fun tutorials at each stop. 

We are so EXCITED to celebrate this special day with you all, that we have decided to offer a 31% DISCOUNT on all Halloween and Fall products in store (*excluding bundles, using code Wicked31, valid until October 31st, MIDNIGHT EST).

And because there is no party without PRIZES....Who would like to win surprise grab bag of LDRS Creative products worth at least $30? We will draw 3 winners throughout the day (Oct. 31st, EST) on our Facebook group, so make sure to join it HERE.

Halloween treat box

Today, I'm showing you a tiny Halloween Trick and Treat box, with tutorial and a template. The boxes are made for small Halloween chocolates (3cm in diameter).

The paper pad used for this box is the Wicked - 6x6 Paper pad. The boarder inside the box, has been created with a die from the Scalloped Rectangle Die Set. The bow has been created with a die from the Happy Days Circle die set. Some of the boxes has also got a flower on the top, created with dies from the Fancy Flowers die set.

The bats on the inside of the lid, and on the outside of the box, together with the spider webs, have been created with dies from the Wicked Boot Build-A-Card die set.

Template and tutorial

Cut out according to the template, in card stock. 

Fold according to the dotted lines.

Glue together the box and the lid.

Add the little holder for the chocolate inside the box, and push it to the bottom of the box.

Now, you can decorate the box.

I created several different boxes, in different patterned paper.

Make sure to hop around, leave a comment at each stop, and answer the mysterious questions (haha!) on the first stop. 

Here's the list and keep hoping:
Kirsten (you are here)

And remember to use that discount code before it turns into a pumpkin at MIDNIGHT! ;-)

Wishing you a happy Halloween.

21 kommentarer:

  1. Love how you decorated the boxes, and the bow on top. Very cute idea.

  2. EEK! That is so spooky! What a great box! #1: Broomstick Winnie #2: Orange and Black #3: I'm a Pumpkin Girl

  3. So super spooky and so cute all at the same time!!!

  4. These boxes are so cute. I love how you used the dies from different sets to make such perfect treat boxes for those spooky candies! Thanks for such a great tutorial i can easily replicate.

  5. Spooktacular Box...love the detail! Great tutorial...

  6. Love the box and the tutorial. Thank you!

  7. Thank you for your great tutorial, I love your boxes and the cute papers. Thank you , Rhonda

  8. Definitely a keeper. I will have to save this post. The box os adorable .

  9. Thank you for this amazing technique for his cute box!! I can use it for many gift ideas for my grandkids and friends!! Love it!! beverly chester

  10. Your treat boxes turned out Spooktacular! Stunning Wiked paper collection and love the fancy flower die set used to decorate the top along with all the details added with the Wicked Boot Build-A-Card die set, thank you for sharing a template with us and for the tutorial. The candy chosen is perfect for the treat box ☺️

  11. Your box is very cool!! I love the designs!! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

  12. Excellent ideas! I love the bats flying around and the bow on top that matches...awesome!

  13. Awesome presentation for the candies! Love the boxes! The flying bats are adorable! Great project!

  14. Awesome tutorial on making the box. I so need it! Love the eye ball. :D Marylnn

  15. Happy Halloween to everyone!!!
    Awww!!! Your little boxes are too cute and funny!!! Thanks for the tutorial!!!
    #1: Winnie Broomstick
    #2: Traditional
    #3: The Punkin One.

  16. Definitely a fun sized box! Love the flower mixed with spider webs!

  17. What sweet and fun (and a bit scary) treat boxes! Love the flying bats!

  18. Fun box, love
    the bats flying
    around it.
    Carla from Utah

  19. What a fabulous treat this is!! Both inside and out! lol
    So fun. Thanks for the template & tutorial.

  20. WOW Kirsten, what sweet treat boxes, well done!


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