Halloween treat bags - Larissa

October 24, 2018

Halloween treat bags - Larissa


Goodmorning, I am Larissa from Car-d-elicious and today I am posting a new project on the blog from Gerda Steiner designs. This time I made 3 halloween treats bags.I made the bags from white cardstock with the Thinlits treat bag 663096 from Sizzix and decorated them all.


I used the same image on all the treat bags. I have used the sweet Peeking pumkin kitty from Gerda Steiner designs. The only difference that I decorated them all in a different way and I also coloured each cat with a different colouring medium.


For the first treat bag I coloured the Peeking pumkin kitty from Gerda Steiner designs with my Caran d'ache Museum aquarelle pencils. I stamped the image first met black ink and then I embossed it with clear embossingpowder. I have fussy cut the image.


On a piece of design paper from the Black and white dots paper pack from My favorite things I used the Distresser on the edges of the paper. Then I tied white ribbon around it and glued everything on the treat bag. I used foamtape to adhere the image on the treat bag. 


For the second bag I decided to colour the Peeking pumkin kitty from Gerda Steiner designs with the Zig clean colour real brush markers. I really love the bright colours! 


I have glued a strip design paper from the Black and white stripes paper pack from My favorite things on the treat bag. I have die-cut the orange cardstock with the upper edge from the Thinlits treat bag 663096 from Sizzix. I have die-cut the word BOO from orange cardstock with the Mini alpha number & dies from CC designs (retired) and glues those letters next to the image.



On the last bag I coloured the Peeking pumkin kitty from Gerda Steiner designs with the Altenew watcolour 36 pan set. I have glued design paper from the Designer sheet mega pack Tartan bright colours from Card deco on the bag. I stamped a sentiment from the set Too cute to spook from Reverse confetti on orange cardstock and then I have die-cut it with the Flag it die collection from Clearly besotted stamps. I glued the banner with foamtape on the bag.


I have put a little bag with halloween candy from Haribo in every treat bag.


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STAMP: Peeking pumkin kitty from Gerda Steiner designs, Too cute to spook from Reverse confetti
COLORING MEDIUM: Altenew watercolour 36 pan set, Museum aquarelle pencils, Zig clean colour real brush markers
PAPER: White and orange cs, Black and white dots paper pack and Black and white stripes paper pack from My favorite things, Designer sheet mega pack Tartan bright colours from Card deco
INK: Versafine onyx black
DIES: Thinlits treat bag 663096 from Sizzix, Flag it die collection from Clearly besotted stamps, Mini alpha number & dies from CC designs (retired)
ACCESSORIES: Clear embossingpowder, white ribbon, Distresser, white gelpen




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