Day 22 - Boooooooo

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Today I had a ton of fun in my neighbourhood dropping these treats off to unsuspecting neighbours!

I re-purposed a Pringles container by wrapping it in cardstocks and patterned paper.  I wrapped and tied some black tulle and added googly eyes and a straw adorned with a flag that says "you've been booed!".  The top of the container has some ribbons and a spider.

I got the door hanger and instruction card from: Happiness is Homemade and just printed them out and cut them.  They both fit on an A4 sheet of cardstock.
 Here's a close-up of the lid.  I used a brad to hold the ribbons in place, and then covered it with a spider.
I added this adorable little trick-or-treater.  She's coloured with Copics and her warts have been accented with Liquid Pearls.  You can find this and many other cute images at Deary Dolls Digi Stamps.

Thanks for visiting today :)

12 comments

  1. What a cute idea! I wanna live in your neighborhood. Adorable stamp and I love the added warts. xxD

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  2. Such a cute treat. People will be so happy to find these on their stoop.

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  3. Ooooo I love these treats! A few years ago someone did this in our neighborhood and it was so fun! Your make is so cute! Love all the details! The witchy girl has wild hair!~kim

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  4. I would not mind be Booed with this little gift. Wonderful idea. Love the 'gem' warts she has.

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  5. Love the recycled Pringles can! Awesome coloring on the image! And another to do thing...the door hanger card is such a great idea!!

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  6. I often have empty pringles containers! ! Love the lid with the spider!! And that lovely trick or treater!!

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  7. Super cute and adorbs! So spooktacular for your unsuspecting neighbors to get one of these!

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  8. Great idea, your neighbors are really lucky.

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  9. What fun! Love your little witch trick-or-treater and her warts!

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  10. What a darling gift, so cool how you did the ribbons on the lid.

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  11. Awesome job with the reduce, reuse, and recycle of the chip tube! I love how you used the spider on top of the brad to pull it all together!

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