Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Tiny Treats Team Challenge

Hello, and welcome!


This months Papertrey Ink Design Team group post is all about treats and sweets! Tonight we bring you an assortment of fun projects using the soon to be released Tiny Treats: Halloween. Tiny Treats: Halloween is a followup set to the previously released valentine version called Tiny Treats: Valentine. In this set, is an assortment of spooky yet adorable images that coordinate perfectly with an assortment of fun sentiments. And, they all fit into the new Mat Stack #4!


Here's a simple idea using this adorable set...How about a treat box, filled with all kinds of creepy crawly goodies, and a matching card to put a smile on your little one's face?!
Started out with a small white gable box and covered it in spider webs (draw by hand & directions below). Topped it off with the new Mat Stack #4, stamped in Orange Zest, and a creepy crawly spider. To fold the mat stack over the edge, simply score a line across the center, fold and attach with dimensional adhesive. Isn't this Mat Stack #4 image and matching die fun?! Love it!
More spider web on the back!

Here's how it's done:
Using a marker and a straight edge (I used a Fine Tip Sharpie and a scrap piece of cardstock), draw radiating lines from a single top corner.
Starting from the corner, draw curved lines between the straight lines.
Continue until you reach the ends of the straight lines.
Coordinated the card by drawing another web, but this time I started it in a bottom corner.
Attached another Mat Stack #4, stamped in Orange Zest, and hung a creepy crawly spider with black embroidery floss. Finished it off with a True Black satin bow.

Hope this simple idea helps you out this Halloween season!

For even more fabulous ideas, be sure to see what the rest of the design team has come up with:

Thanks for stopping by, hope you enjoyed!

Maile


Creepy Crawly Treat Box & Matching Card:

25 comments:

  1. Sweet treat is right...I think the spider web is very cool... Thanks for the tutorial...

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  2. Ooooh, is this ever sweet! I love the addition of the spider web...once again your creativity is inspiring!

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  3. Adorable Maile, adorable :) err...i mean spooky! :)

    Hugs
    C

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  4. The spider web shows up so well against the white, and the spider tag is cute.

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  5. this is really cool. We don't really celebrate Halloween in Australia, its so much fun seeing what you all create for this fun day in America

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  6. Y'know what I love the most about these is that you totally kept your Maile Style with 'em! Clean and simple as well as totally spook-tacular!
    Hugs,
    Aimes
    x

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  7. What cool projects! Thanks for the directions too!

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  8. LOVE that box, and thanks for the directions!

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  9. Maile, this is adorable...thanks for showing us how you created the web...great inspiration as always!!

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  10. Maile what a lovely thing you made the last days.
    Reallu beautiful

    xx Anita

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  11. So simple and perfect! I could actually do this one. LOL. Love the little how to web! Now I gotta get these gable boxes too!!

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  12. Girl, you work wonders with adding embroidery floss to your projects in some cute little way! Awesome CAS projects...so sweet!

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  13. What a great reminder we don't always need a stamp to make agreat project!

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  14. Love how you did the spider web! This set is a must have. I like everything about it! Elle Kasban

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  15. Your projects are SO CUTE Maile! I love the spider web, and that new Mat Stack die and stamp are fantastic!

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  16. I just love this set! What a great idea Maile!

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  17. Sooo cute love this!! :) :) :) :) :)

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  18. Super lindo!!! Muchas gracias por el tutorial.
    Besos.

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  19. love the strings on the spiders, so clever! lovely project!

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  20. 生存乃是不斷地在內心與靈魂交戰;寫作是坐著審判自己。..................................................

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  21. Really great card and treat box, Maile! Thanks for the tutorial on the spider web!

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