Monday, 11 October 2010


Good evening!
Well I haven't blogged for a couple of weeks I came down with yukky flu for about 2 weeks but I'm on the mend at last!

Over at the Cuttlebugspot this week the challenge is Halloween Treats!! I made a couple of little treat bags using 2 cut down cellophane card bags (the3"x8" are perfect  for these!). For the top I used nesties Labels 3 die (I used the largest di) and it's folded in half tomake the top. I embossed with Cuttlebug folder Skull srolls folder . The pumpkin is cut using Sizzix Bigz die Pumpkin Toy and the little sentiments and hats are also cuttled with CB Swiss dots and I added 2 little pompoms to the hats.  You can see the embossing better on the second and third photos!

All the fabulous papers and sentiments are from Funky Hand who just recently released this fab new download kit called Spooky Dookie for just £3.49! I am entering this project into the Get Funky challenge this month which is to use Five background papers.
Thanks so much for visiting today and have a great week!


"Um Buggin" said...

Whoo Hoo! Julie is back!!! So happy to see you are feeling better and back to creatin again. What adorable little treat bags, just perfect for Halloween. Love the embossing folders you used here my friend. We must chat soon.

Hugz, xx


Debs said...

Hi Julie
Fab 'n' finky projects - love the hats on the pumpkins!
Thanks for playing along with us at Get Funky this month and good luck.
Debs xx

CelticWoman said...

Julie, so glad you are back and feeling better, cute treat bags, hugs

Vanessa said...

Hi Julie! These treat bags are an awesome idea! :) Great job!

Sandy from Ukiah said...

I am glad you are feeling better. Cute cute little halloween bags.

flowerdisco said...

julie.they are adorable and I love the embossing folder too.

liz said...

So glad you're back! love the treat bags too!
liz :o)

Julia Moss said...

I just love your little treat bags...soooo adorable

DonnaMundinger said...

Hey hon, so glad to see you back! That flu was really a nasty bugger, eh? Your bags are adorable! that skeleton scroll folder is one of my faves! xxD

Sharon Caudle said...

These are too cute, Julie! Thanks for the inspiration! I think I'll have to make some of these for my grandson to take to his kindergarden class. Love how they turned out. Glad you're feeling better!
hugs, Sharon

Stacey said...

Julie I am so glad you are feeling better!!! I love these treat bags, they are very spooky and therefore right up my street x x x

Donna said...

Great idea! I love the packaging. I make my sons a package for Halloween to send and this would be a great idea!

Jules said...

Hi Julie .. .. it looks like you are going to be having a good old spooky time in your house later this month!!!

Love your creations.

Thank you for sharing with Get Funky! this month.

Pleased to hear you are feeling much better now.

Love Jules xx

Allison said...

they are just fab and great you used the new download, it's super isn't it
Thanks for playing along at Get Funky this month

Lana said...

Hi Julie!
I'm glad to hear you are feeling better ;0)
These Halloween treats are just so super and fun!
Lana x

PeggyLovesVintage said...

So glad you're feeling better Julie! I love your little treat bags. The skeleton trees are awesome!

Theresa said...

these are so darn cute, what a great idea!

Loopylou!! said...

oooh my lovely julie!! these treats are just spookieful!!! love them!! thank you for getting funky with us this month!! hugs Lou xxx

Tip Top said...

These are fantastic! Very spooky!! Thanks for entering the Get Funky! Challenge – hope you can join us again next month! Get Funky!

CraftsManda said...

These are the cutest treat bags ever! Love them.


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