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It's been a while

Hi!  I haven't played in PTI's Make It Monday in a while.  This week is Challenge #34 Thick Chipboard Accents.  I thought this might be a fun challenge to participate in.

I used PTI's Bitty Halloween Treats and Sweets dies to make the thick tags I tied onto PTI's Favor it Box 6.  I cut out 15 bitty baskets from some snack box I had in the kitchen and glued 5 together for each one.  I cut 3 more using black card stock.  I used glossy accents to stick the layers together.  It works pretty well.  Their little faces were stamped using the coordinating stamp set. 

I stamped the names onto the boxes using PTI's Outlines Alphabet.  Good thing they have relatively short names or names I could shorten.

I added some black stickles for some fun accents.

I tied them onto the larger boxes with some Halloween twine.  Now I have to figure out what small treat I can fit into these cute boxes.  I also thought I could add a magnet onto the back of each bitty one and stick them on the fridge after the kids open their treats.  The extra layers really make them sturdy.

Thanks for reading!

Comments

Colleen said…
Very cute and clever!
Cheryl said…
Cute baskets! Nice stamping of the faces! I actually watched the Make it Monday video this week! Didn't make anything though... I feel like such a slug.
Elena said…
so cute! the chunky Halloween tags are awesome!
Winnie said…
Adorable treat holders! I love how you incorporated the chipboard.
wendy said…
ahh how adorable...great idea !
Lorraine said…
EEK, Eva, these are so dang cute!
Hi eva-
These are so cute cute cute treat holders....
Love that bat and cat one, I don't like spider's at all....
These are cute!!! Makes me want to start making some goodies for my niece and nephews. :D
Laura Isham said…
Great project! I have to use this technique with Halloween Sweets and Treats.
Marybeth said…
Adorable. Love it and great idea.

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