Saturday, September 26, 2020

3D Paper Trimmer September Blog Hop August-December 2020 Mini Catalog

It's time to hop along with the 3D Paper Trimmer September Blog as we showcase products from the new August-December 2020 Mini Catalog. You will be visiting with talented Stampin' Up! Demonstrators from around the world as they share their ideas and projects to inspire you. 
Today I am sharing a cute treat box created with the Ghoulish Goodies stamp set paired with the Magic In This Night Designer Series Paper from the August-December 2020 Mini Catalog. I decorated one of the Acetate Card Boxes (item #144628) from the 2020-2021 Annual Catalog as a fun Trick or Treat idea for Halloween. 
Supplies Used:
Ghoulish Goodies stamp set (item #153362)
Magic In This Night Designer Series Paper (item #153517)
1 1/2" Metallic Mesh Ribbon (item #153550)
Acetate Card Box (item #144628 - set of 10)
Layering Circles Dies (item #151770)
Rich Razzleberry cardstock (item #115316)
Basic Black cardstock (item #121045)
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad (item #132708)
Granny Apple Green Classic Ink Pad (item #147095)
Magic In This Night Designer Series Paper - 12" x 2"
Whisper White cardstock - for circle die cut for stamped image
Basic Black cardstock - for circle die cut layer
Rich Razzleberry cardstock - for scalloped circle die cut
This treat box is simple to decorate as the acetate card box is already assembled ready to go. I wrapped the strip of designer series paper around the center of the box and attached the ends together with adhesive. I then wrapped a piece of the Metallic Mesh Ribbon around the designer series paper layer and tied a bow on the left side of the front of the box. Using the stamp images from the Ghoulish Goodies stamp set, I decorated the Whisper White circle die cut and then layered it onto the Basic Black cardstock circle. I attached these circles to the Rich Razzleberry scalloped circle die cut with Black Stampin' Dimensionals to pop it up. I then attached the focal image to the designer series paper with Black Stampin' Dimensionals next to the bow. To make it easier to photograph, I added a piece of green tissue paper inside the box for a pop of color. You can fill this treat box with candy or with a small gift. There are so many wonderful possibilities for this easy to assemble treat box.
Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog today. I hope that my project inspires you to explore the wonderful new products in the new mini catalog. There are so many possibilities to help you create projects for the upcoming holiday season. 

Now it's time to visit Simone's blog and see what she has to share from the new Mini Catalog. Just click the Next button below to visit her blog. We would love it if you would leave us a comment and let us know what you enjoyed about our projects. I hope you enjoy the rest of our blog hop. 

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Until Next Time
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Tricia Butts
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  1. Love that kitty! How adorable!
    Thanks for joining!
    Greets Elisabeth

  2. Cute little project Tricia, and a great idea to use those plastic cases, thanks for sharing x

  3. So lovely your Present.
    Greetings from Bonn