Saturday, September 12, 2015

Milk Carton halloween treat holder - Inspirational Challenge #91

The challenge this week at Inspirational Challenge is a colour one:  orange and green.  Of course those colours scream of Halloween, so I made a Milk Carton Halloween Treat holder - in green and orange.

  • The milk carton was cut using a retired die, in Old Olive cardstock.
  • A window was made in the front using the Lots of Labels framelits and covered with a piece of Window sheet.
  • The carton was filled with skull candy and a small chocolate bat, and the top then closed with a clothes pin (also retired)
  • The clothes pin hold in place a piece of Tangerine Tango pom pom (retired), and a bow made of  1/8" coral calypso organza ribbon (retired).  A glue dot was used to adhere this to the clothespin.
  • The sentiment is from Teeny Tiny wishes and was punched using the Word Window punch.  The edges were sponged with Pumpkin Pie ink.
  • An Tangerine Tango leaf was die cut using the Fall Fest framelits (retired).
  • On the lower left is adhered a Mossy Meadow green enamel dot (Home for Christmas)
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Shauna said...

Wow! What a creative project! This treat holder will come in handy with Halloween coming up. I like the little window to see inside and the pompoms are a fun addition. Thanks for playing with us at Inkspirational!
- Shauna

Marina said...

This is just so fun and lovely - what a joy it would be to receive it! Thank you for joining us at Inkspirational Challenges. Come back next time! Marina