Isn’t he the cutest little scarecrow you’ve ever seen? This is from the Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set (now retired). And, you just stamp the little guy on some crumb cake and give him a swish and a swoosh with the aqua painter and there you go! Little unscary scarecrow!
I got the idea for the jack-o-lantern from another demo’s site (I can’t remember who now…) of just punching out a circle and stapling on the kraft rope trim to be the stem. And, I love pairing of the pumpkin pie and razzleberry colors. Makes for a very cheerful Halloween!
Pop on over to Anne and Cheryl to see what festivities they have for this season!!
October is here, ya’ll. IT’S HERE. Ready or not. So, today is to help you get ready.
This is a super fast little project to get those favors made for the kids’ classes. And, the pencils? Target Dollar Spot. The most amazing place in the world.
This favor uses the fabulous new glassine bags from Stampin’ Up! They are food safe, but I decided to be nice to ALL the innocent and not give candy. 🙂
The mummy couldn’t be easier. Stamp, punch, done. I chose it specifically because it didn’t need coloring or anything but you could do that if you wanted. There are other cute images in this Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set, but we were totally going for fast and mass-production. Add some googly eyes (or not) and the little binder clip (another fabulous new SU product) some paper scraps and you are DONE! The sentiment is from Spooky Fun. It’s a cute and perfect little set to keep to use every year. Cute words and images that will coordinate for every Halloween.
I saw on someone’s pinterest making the little pumpkin out of a circle punch, the jack-o-lantern face and a stapled piece of the kraft rope trim. JUST LOVE IT. Could make millions of jack-o-lanterns. And WAY less messy than carving one.
Quick. Get some made today cause it’s coming… the end of October is coming… fast.