everyone Laurel here with some Halloween treat tins. My girls are too
old to go trick or treating so for the last couple of years I have given
them a little gift for Halloween so that they don’t feel like they are
missing out on anything !
This year I decided to decorate some tins that I have had in my
stash for a couple of years and the Happy Haunting collection was just
I always give my oldest daughter a spider theme gift because she
absolutely hates spiders, hehehe! The web patterned paper was what I
started with then I just added the web border punch and of course a die
cut creepy spider. I usually give her a cute one,
but this year I decided that she needed creepy! The addition of
the decorative brad and messy thread helps to add some texture and
dimension to the tin.
My other daughter loves halloween so I can give her anything. I
went for a bat theme (for the record I hate bats they are so creepy). I
love the bat border sticker and the label. Once again, I used my
Cricut to die cut a bat and added a decorative brad
When I add tags to my projects I like the look of a couple of them
hanging so I created a ‘to/from’ label from some old MME kraft paper
then, I just adhered the black sentiment pennants to some cardstock,
trimmed them and punched a hole to create a tag.
For the tops of the tins, I just adhered a circle of the pattern paper and topped them off with some of the chipboard elements.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
I filled the tins with some Hershey’s chocolates and a Starbuck’s gift card – they love Starbucks as much as I do.