I found the directions for this treat box on texasjodylynn's blog called Confessions of a Ribbon Addict.
You can find her instructions HERE.
I did modify her boxy bag a little bit. She cut her dimensions at 5 X 11 and I cut mine 6 x 11 because I wanted a little bit bigger box. I think you could easily adjust the size of this box to fit your needs. This box ended up measuring 3 1/2 by 2 inches when finished. It is 4 1/2 inches tall.
A good size for a fun Halloween treat!
Now you know that I have a penchant for House Mouse, but I also have a pretty good collection of Peanut stamps too! Doesn't Sally make a cute little witch? KTStamps carries a full line of Peanuts stamps if you are looking for your favorite Peanuts character!
The sentiment is a Studio G dollar stamp.
This is the project I am taking to the OR/WA SCS shoebox swap today in Portland, Oregon...we should have a blast. We went last year and met some fun stampers!I can't wait to share all of their swaps with you! Oh...a whole day of stamping, stamp stores and dinner with a few SCS fans...what a perfect day!
It's hard to tell from these pictures, but Sally got all glittered to go Trick or Treating! I used my little Sakura glitter pen and just did a few quick scribbles on her hat and dress to spruce her up a little. Now she's ready for a night on the town!
Stamps: Sally the Witch-Stampabilities, sentiment and little spidey stamp are from a Studio G $1 stamp set
Ink: Black, SU! markers in Summer Sun and Pumpkin and a tombow for the skintone
Cardstock: Black and SU! more mustard and really rust (I think...it came from a simply scrappin kit)
Misc: circle punches, Martha fence and bat punches, Misc ribbon, nestabilities
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