Wednesday, October 09, 2019

Splitcoast Tutorial: Halloween Character Box

This week's tutorial over on Splitcoast is a cute treat holder for Halloween

A card sized box is used in the photo tutorial, but I've been saving these salt and pepper shaker packages from the Dollar Tree - I'll share my shaker project later... I just thought this size would make a cute treat package, and it did! The boxes are about 3-1/2" x 3" x 1-1/2", so I adjusted the tutorial measurements using the formula there. Very easy!

The dies I used are from the most adorable set from Paper Smooches - it's this one:

All those fun pieces work together to make all kinds of Halloween characters, from monsters to jack-o-lanterns, and all things in between! They work on card fronts, goodie bags, tags, and more - so fun to mix and match.  I added some slightly larger circles to outline the eyes, and in the box below I used a die from the Santa Card set, which is similar in concept and so much fun. Just picture those bangs as Santa's beard!

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