Whenever I need to make a quick gift (or a door prize for my downline meeting), I turn to my Big Shot. I love how quickly it cuts out and scores the lines for me. I can make cute boxes in no time at all.
I went to three or four different stores looking for Halloween candy, but no luck. The section where they normally sell holiday candy was full of back to school supplies. I realize it's August and back to school is more pressing than Halloween right now, but when a stamper needs to finish a project she doesn't care what month it is! So I scoured the regular candy aisle and settled for some creepy crawly gummy worms.
I love this spider and how cute he is with his little booglie eyes. The back layer is one of the labels from the Apothecary Accents Framelits. I pierced two holes in it and added some coordinating brads.
For the Pumpkin Pie layer, I started with an 11" x 3/4" piece of card stock. I used my Simply Scored Scoring Tool to score it every 1/4". I folded it back and forth along the score lines, adhered the ends together with Sticky Strip, and glued it in a circle using Mono Multipurpose Glue. Once it was dry (I pressed it between some books for 30 minutes), I attached the spider to the front and adhered it to the Rich Razzleberry label.
If you have any questions or I forgot any of the details, please let me know. Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: Googly Ghouls
Paper: Very Vanilla, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Rich Razzleberry, Howlstooth & Scaringbone DSP
Ink: Old Olive
Accessories: Old Olive Ribbon, Old Olive Brads, Silver Brads, Booglie Eyes, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Sticky Strip, Mono Multipurpose Glue
Punches: Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border, Circle (3/4", 1")
Big Shot: Apothecary Accents Framelits, Fancy Favor Bigz Die