Tuesday, September 04, 2012

5 minute matchbook treat holders

Hi, and I'm back with some 5 minute matchbook treat holders. I was cleaning up my mess the other day and got distracted with the scraps on my table. Making this matchbook was so quick and easy using my Sizzix Tim Holtz matchbook die set. I used the Martha Stewart graveyard border punch to punch out the background and I had the spider stamped in a circle already laying on my table. I had planned to use it for something else.
 The spider is a Dandelion Designs cling stamp from last years set.
And the word stamp is a clear Hero Arts stamp from last year too. I put some candy corn on the inside of the matchbook. 
All the stamps on the smaller matchbook are Hero Arts. I used Tim Holtz's orange marmalade distress ink for the background behind the haunted house.
 The circles are Sizzix framelits dies.
 Here's what the matchbook die looks like.
Thanks for stopping by today!!! Have a great week!!!


Have A Scrap Happy Day said...

Ohh, I really likey these. I also have "scraps galore" and NEED to make something with them. Like you, I did major clean up yesterday. Hard to make anything with only 1 square foot of space on my desk. I cannot think. LOL.

Cami said...

Oh how cute these Halloween treat holders are, Cheryl! I love that MS border punch! Looks like a great fast and fun holder to make...great idea and inspiration! That tiny black ribbon with white dots is so cute!


Creations by Shirl said...

Super cute Cheryl! Yep, love those getting rid of scraps and turning them into cute projects.... This is perfectly done...
TFS - enjoy your lovely day~

Leanne said...

Cute Cheryl! These are the perfect treat holders and helps turn those scraps into masterpieces!
Have a nice weekend!!

dreenie said...

Love them too cute!!! Now I think I need to go clean my craft space!!

Sue from Oregon said...

Hi Cheryl! These are so stinkin' cute. These would be great school treats or coworker treats!!! I will have to remember these! Had to pin on my pinterest!!!

eunice said...

Oh, these are really cute, Cheryl! And they look pretty quick and easy too...just my speed! Great idea for Halloween treats.

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