a creative mind at work in the deep dark basement

Thursday, October 14, 2010

SDC17: Treat Containers



This week we have the wonderful hostess Betty Roberts over at Stampotique Designers Challenge is challenging us to make a treat container-just in time to collect all that Halloween candy! This week is a anything goes challenge in regards to stamps-you can use any stamps to create your treat container. This can be a box, a bag, a sour cream container-any type of holder for some goodies.
 
I created a witches hat box last month for a blog hop and decided to use the template again with the awesome stamps I just received-the new releases from Stampotique.  If you haven't seen them yet, you can see them all here.
 
 
My sweet daughter who often crafts with me, suggested that I needed to put a handle on it so she could carry it around for Halloween and collect her treats in it :-)  I love how she thinks!!!  So I took a few that were without the handle, and one that was with.

Witches Hatbox Details:
Cardstock: Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black, Whisper White
Inks: Versafine Onyx Black
Accessories: mini black brads, dimensionals


9 comments:

Sue said...

Cute container, the hat shape is a great idea!!

Willy said...

Very cute and beautiful piece, Kim!

Lisa Somerville said...

How cute, great treat holder with and without the handle!

JazzyH said...

That is great!

Crystal said...

AWESOME LOVE THIS!

Kristine said...

OH funny... blogger's being a bugger again. Just left a comment but wouldn't go thru. ANYWAYS, LOL! This is soo CUTE Kim! I love making cute li'l boxes and baskets and from the thumbnail I thought it was a shaped card... glad I popped over--Pleasantly surprised! =) Cute Cute!

Valerie H. Wilson said...

Kim, this is super fun! I'd have to have a handle on it too - gotta be able to hang onto all that loot!!! LOL!

Kaz said...

What a fab idea to make the hat a container! I love it xx

Sherry said...

I love that your daughter is your creative consultant! Your hat box is fantastic and beautifully decorated. I'm off to check out your link for the new stamps now!

(thanks for your comment on my container too!)

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