Thursday, August 21, 2008

Trick or Treat, Smell my Feet....

It's already day four with our Guest Blogger, Lauren Meader and she has done some incredible gift sets this week. Today you get a "treat" with her fun Pixie Stix holder.


Can you tell yet how much I adore the JustRite Small Letter Set yet? I can't NOT use it.

We are all familiar with that fun saying "trick or treat, smell my feet................." Well that is certainly what inspired this next creation! You must remember Pixie Stix? This is a super cute, and super simple holder for them.

I used orchid opulence cardstock to create the holder.



Cut your cardstock to 3 3/4 x 11

Along the 11 inch side score at

4 1/2

5 1/2

9 1/2

10 1/2
Now, in that 1 inch space (9 1/2 to 10 1/2) use your word window punch to create an opening for the pixie stix.Put adhesive on that 1/2 inch strip along the (the 11 inch mark), and adhere it to the back of the holder :D

I then put a strip of patterned paper at the bottom. Tied around a ribbon.

I created my Halloween sentiment using my small letter set. I stamped in white craft ink, onto black cardstock, then punched out.

I stamped my witch on white cardstock, colored and popped her out, layering her in the center of my sentiment

I then put a strip of patterned paper at the bottom. Tied around a ribbon.

Insert the stixs and you are done! A super cute treat to mass produce for those little trick or treater's in your life.

Keep us in mind....."When it needs to be JustRite".


Supplies:

JustRite Stampers
Small Letter Set for the round monogram

My Favorite Things Totally witchin

Stampin Up Cardstock orchid opulence, white, basic black, Word window punch

Ink Craft white by CTMH, Momento black ink, Copic Markers

Patterned paper by Autumn Leaves Mod Collection

Circle punches by EK Success

American Crafts wide grosgrain ribbon

5 comments:

Mandy said...

How totally fun and cute! What a great idea, and I love the colors!

Donna said...

this is great! here are my recent entries for the contest (not sure where to post)

Monogram Notecard New Colors

Gabby Big Girl

Jennifer Hodge said...

This is totally cute...I may have to make some of these up for Halloween! Thanks for the instructions!

Renee V. said...

... adorable!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

My "fun" projects are posted on my blog here:

http://iwork4stamps2.blogspot.com/2008/08/mona-sisters.html

meet the Mona Sisters!

(having issues with SCS so I don't know if they are showing up there)