Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Around The World On Wednesday September Blog Hop Tag Team

Welcome to the Around The World On Wednesday September Blog Hop. Our theme this month is Tag Team and we have been challenged to create two coordinating projects. You will be visiting with wonderful Stampin' Up! Demonstrators from around the world as they share their amazing projects and ideas to inspire you.
 Today I am creating a Halloween card and matching treat pouch using the Little Treats Bundle (item #155204) with the beautiful Magic In This Night Designer Series Paper (item #153517). both from the August-December 2020 Mini Catalog. I love the elegant designs in this paper pack and wanted my card and treat pouch to reflect that with a more vintage Halloween feel to them. The dies and coordinating stamp set in the Little Treats Bundle were fun to mix and match for a more adult themed Halloween.
 Products Used:
Little Treats Bundle (item #155204)
Magic In This Night Designer Series Paper (item #153517)
Black Glitter Paper (item #153518)
1 1/2" Metallic Mesh Ribbon (item #153550)
Layering Circles Dies (item #151770)
Stitched Shapes Dies (item #152323)
Basic Black cardstock (item #121045)
Cajun Craze cardstock  (item #119684)
Measurements:
Small pieces of Basic Black cardstock and Black Glitter Paper for Sentiment Labels
Card -
Cajun Craze cardstock card base - 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" (scored at 4 1/4")
Magic In This Night DSP layer - 5 1/4" x 4"
Treat Pouch -
Cajun Craze cardstock (for treat die cut) 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" 
Magic In This Night DSP - approx. 1 3/4" square
The Magic In This Night Designer Series Paper is so beautiful that I didn't want to cover it up, so I chose to keep my designs clean and simple. I die cut two of the spiders from the Black Glitter Paper and used the Layering Circles Dies to die cut the Basic Black cardstock circles and heat embossed the sentiments with White Embossing Powder. The square background for the treat pouch was die cut using one of the small square dies from the Stitched Shapes dies. I love the vintage feel of the 1 1/2" Metallic Mesh Ribbon and used it to add a bow to the card just above the sentiment label and also used it to tie the treat pouch closed. With these wonderful products, it was simple to create this coordinating card and treat pouch for Halloween. The Black Glitter Paper adds just a touch of sparkle to make it special. 
Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog today. I hope that you enjoyed my project ideas and they inspire you with your own creations. Stampin' Up! has so many wonderful coordinating products to help you create your own beautiful projects. 
Now it's time to visit Elaine's blog and see what wonderful projects she has to share with us this month. Just click the Next button below or use the Roll Call List below to find your way. 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 our blog hop. 
 Elaine

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Tricia Butts
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6 comments:

  1. Love your Halloween projects and the colours you have chosen!!!

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  2. Mouahahah. This spider web lace paper is so beautiful! The duo of projects is adorable! xX

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  3. Even I (with a fear of spider) love these projects Tricia! xx

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  4. Love the spooky, glittery spiders! A wonderful duo for Halloween

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