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Spooky Night Halloween Treat Bags & Mini Pizza Box

 

I am sure some of you are already ready for Halloween... others of you (like me) have just started giving thought to Halloween... either way... I hope you enjoy these Spooky Night designer paper treat bags and cute mini pizza box, perfect ideas for Halloween candy or treats!  You'll find all of these fun supplies in my online Stampin' Up! store.. just scroll to the bottom of this post and click on any of the product photos to see more info or to shop online!

 

Spooky Night mini treat bags for Halloween featuring Stampin' Up! Spooky Night designer paper, Cat Punch and Spooky Cat stamp set, by Patty Bennett

 

As I showed you a couple days ago in my Spooky Night Product Review video (HERE), I created these cute treat bags with the Stampin' Up! Mini Treat Bag thinlit, and several different patterns from the Spooky Night Halloween designer paper.

 

Spooky Night mini treat bags for Halloween featuring Stampin' Up! Spooky Night designer paper, Cat Punch and Spooky Cat stamp set, by Patty Bennett

All of the fun accessories, like Black Rhinestones, Black Lace, cats with hats, etc., can be found on pages 52 and 53 in the 2017 Stampin' Up! Holiday catalog.

 The Cat Punch is just perfect for these Halloween treats, and I love that you can punch out the images in the Spooky Night designer paper, or you can stamp the image from the Spooky Cat stamp set! Don't forget, the set and punch are sold in a money-saving 10% off bundle!!

 

Spooky Night mini treat bags for Halloween featuring Stampin' Up! Spooky Night designer paper, Cat Punch and Spooky Cat stamp set, by Patty Bennett

 

 Lots of black lace ribbon is the perfect touch for finishing off these bags!

Did you catch this fun tip in my video?  I used the Happy Halloween and Trick or Treat stamps from the Spooky Cat stamp set and stamped right on the striped Spooky Night designer paper, then cut it into strips to use on my projects!

 

Tip for stamping on Halloween Stampin' Up! Spooky Night designer paper with Spooky Cat stamp set, by Patty Bennett

 

For more info on these Halloween Spooky Night projects and products, WATCH THE VIDEO!

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Do love all the new 2017 Holiday Catalog designer paper!?  Download your free reference chart below so that you'll know all of the wonderful Stampin' UP! colors that coordinate with each package!

2017 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog designer paper free download - patterns and coordinating color chart from Patty Bennett

CLICK below to download your FREE 2017 Holiday Catalog Reference chart!

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Now for fun Halloween treat project #2, how about a sweet little 3" square Mini Pizza Box!!

Oh my, these are so cute!! Like I mentioned in the video, you can fold them so that they are "glossy side out" or "glossy side in".  I covered this one with more Spooky Night designer paper and a stamped owl from the Spooky Cat stamp set.

 

Spooky Night mini pizza box for Halloween featuring Stampin' Up! Spooky Night designer paper and owl from the Spooky Cat stamp set, by Patty Bennett

Leave me a comment and let me know your favorite Halloween candy treat that you would put in these cute little mini pizza boxes!

Spooky Night mini pizza box for Halloween featuring Stampin' Up! Spooky Night designer paper, owl stamp Spooky Cat stamp set, by Patty Bennett

 

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Comments

Deanna Anthony

These are adorable! We already have Christmas count-downs! Haven't thought about Halloween at all. lol Guess I need to get busy! My favorite candy for Halloween are candy corn, but, alas, I don't eat them anymore.

Deepa M.

So cute Patty!! I am partial to Reese's peanut butter cups, so I'd love to find some of those inside a mini pizza box :) I love the mini treatbag thinlits, and this year's halloween paper is so cute, I can't wait to dig them out to create special treats for some of the neighbor kids. Thanks so much for sharing your ideas - I love that you're giving more details about each project separately! Hope you have a wonderful long weekend with your family.

Barbara Ramsey

Hi Patty!

I would put a large cookie with a chocolate spider on top! I tried to send you a photo but it didn't work. But it would be cool to open the box and see one of these! :<)

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

Sherry in MI

Halloween colored M & Ms would go into my mini pizza box. But, if I wanted something to send to someone, I would try tea bags. I think that they would fit nicely. Love the things that you have created and the idea of stamping a sentiment right on the DSP. I will definitely try that! TFS

Sherlie Magaret

Oh my gosh, these are so dang cute, I love all your ideas.

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