Here's another quick & super simple cute, cute Halloween treat idea!
And there are only a couple ingredients that you'll need . . . . here's the 1st one:
A simple piece of styrofoam . . .
and this is the other thing that I used . . . altho' not neccessary, but it makes it easy!
And here is your first peek at what I ended up with:
Here's the big picture . . . really cute & takes less than 10 minutes (plus glue-drying time)
Now keep in mind that you'll need to round off the corners of your styro piece & glue a grey piece of cardstock to the front. The ghostie goes on the back side.
And it's alot cuter when you add a little pen doodling and some googly eyes.
Then just poke in your favorite lollies and your finished!
Hope you enjoy todays little treat project!
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Friday, October 2, 2009
OK, Guys . . . .Here's the next treat project idea we've got for you!
And they're Oh-so-Cute . . . .
So here's a hint:
We've taken out the fries, changed the color, and added candy to ours!
These are cutest when made with double-sided papers (we used one from Fancy Pant's Trick or Treat line). . . . and we wrapped them with ribbon to add a little more ooh-la-la to them.
We've got a template for these here at The Shoppe if you'd like a copy for your own party favours. Just stop by!
And while you're here, grab a few extra sheets to make yourself some of these treat bags . . . . we've got the die for this one . . . it'll take you just 2 seconds to roll thru the machine!
And to send you off for now, here's another cutie-patootie we found . . .
He doesn't involve any paper ~ just some chenille stems (that's a fancy-schmancy word for good ole' pipe cleaners )
Hope this post gives you guys lots of creative inspiration for some special treats for your classroom parties or get-togethers you have planned for this Halloween season!
TaTa until next time . . . .