Tuesday, October 7, 2008

GNO Projects

As promised, here are the projects that we made at my Ghouls Night Out stamping event on Sunday. This is the second year that I've held this event and hope to continue to do so because I love teaching the girls some of the great Halloween projects that are out there. So many cute things! First up is my boxy bag tombstone treat holder. Most of these projects have links to templates or where I got the supplies to make them. It would take me all day to get this posted if I added all of them. If you are interested in any of that info, email me and I'll get it to you. I used PTI's Spooky Sweets II for this one.

Next is my "Ghouls just want to have fun" pumpkin.I thought that sentiment was perfect for our "Ghouls Night Out" event. I jsut used the new Halloween rub ons from SU! I wanted to show the girls that rub ons aren't just for paper anymore!

Using Spooky Seets II again I decorated this cookie bag, also from PTI. I made my own template to create a "stand" with 2 holes in it to put mini carmel apples. I also taught the girls how to make those! Yummy! You just use a melon baller to scoop a section out of an apple, add a stick , and dip in carmel, then decorate! They are so easy that I'll be doing them with my daycare children for their Halloween party.

I can't take credit for these sweet little spiders either. I made him using all SU! punches and a peppermint patty!

And finally, we have Frankie. I have seen SO many versions of this guy in the papercrafting world over the past few weeks, so I thought it would be fun to make him into a card. After the girls had him made it was easy to see why there are so many versions out there. No two were alike! Frankie was made with SU! punches as well. I hope you enjoyed these projects and maybe a few have inspired you to get those Halloween treats made for your kiddos!



2 comments:

Haley said...

These are so fun! I really wish I could have been there!

Today I'll be posting a couple of cards I made with the happy blessings set!

erin said...

thanks again -- i had a fabulous time!!