Monday, October 18, 2010

Bwahahahahaha!!

Can you believe that Halloween is right around the corner? Have you purchased your costumes? Have you decorated your house? Have you already consumed all your Halloween candy? ;) (I haven't bought mine yet this year because I do that every. single. year. And I'm determined NOT to do it this year. LOL!)

I'm prepping for the holiday with some neighbor gifts. I got some more tins from the dollar spot but this time I grabbed Halloween ones. Then I filled them with candies for my neighbors and altered them with Little Yellow Bicycle "Booville" products. Such a darling line--so many textures and fun items. I just love how perfectly their colors go with all things Halloween. You can find the products to create this tin here at 2Peas.





I also wanted to create some cards for my friends to go with these tins, so I made two little cards. I love layering items and using adhesive foam squares to pop up part of my project (like the little black frame sticker on the "trick or treat" sticker. It just adds that little something, which I love. You can find the products to create these cards here.






Now I am off to work on some other projects. Look for a new video from Little Yellow Bicycle soon!


Have a spooky day!

4 comments:

  1. Much to my DD's dismay, I don't decorate strictly for Halloween, but get fall decorations, and I only have a few that fit on a ledge. Costumes are ready. No candy bought. We aren't home to hand it out. My DD's first school dance this year!! I wish I could go and get a few pics!!! But, we know that won't be happening!! LOL (would be fun to record these moments!!)

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  2. Great projects - as always!! So cute!!

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  3. Your projects are so bright and fun and the cards are spectacular. TFS.

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  4. adorable! :) we live in the country so we never get trick or treaters but all of these halloween projects are fun to check out!

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