Monday, November 17, 2014

New Scarecrow Treat Boxes

Happy Monday crafty friends,
I hope you are enjoying the start of your week.  Today I am sharing this super cute little scarecrow treat box I recently made. I also created a video to show you how to assemble it. I also made a little boy version. The files were from PCW and I used my Pazzles Inspiration Vue to cut them out.

Here’s a closer look at the little girl version. For the patterned paper, I used some paper from the DCWV Sweater Weather Stack. The rest of it is Bazzill cardstock. I created a How-To Video showing how easy it is to assemble these little cuties.
Here’s a side view of the little box. The patterned paper panels are from the Fall and Halloween Basics Stack from DCWV. This stack is an 8.5 x 11. You need to check out my video on how I made the hemp cord from May Arts curly.
Here’s just a shot of the other side.
Here’s a view of the little boy scarecrow. His patterned paper was also from the DCWV Sweater Weather Stack.
Here’s a side shot of the little boy box.
One last look at both boxes. They were really easy to assemble. Be sure to head over to You Tube and check out the video!!!!
Products Used For These Projects
Pazzles Inspiration Vue
DCWV Sweater Weather Stack
CTMH Enchantment Ink Set
CTMH Adventure Ink Set
CTMH Basics Ink Set
CTMH Basics Ink Set
May Arts Hemp Cord
Bazzill Cardstock
CTMH Watercolor Pencils
CTMH Blending Pen Tombow Liquid Adhesive Tombow Tape Runner
Fine Tip Black Pen
Also, don’t forget to head over to my Facebook page and like and comment for a chance to win the latest set of Print n’ Cuts from PCW! I will be drawing a winner tomorrow!!!
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Lastly, Here is a simple little Pumpkin Free Cut file for those that still need to finish up some Thanksgiving decorations!
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CLICK BUTTON to download. Free through 11-23-14 only!
Well, that about covers it for today! Be sure to stop back by again as I will be sharing some more fun and inspiring projects! Until then,

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