Friday, October 4, 2013

Halloween Treat Bag with Domino Art

Hi Dreamers!
I have started to make a few things for Halloween.  Even though I still can't believe that it is already October!!  Where does the time go??!!  I will make some cards to send out and a few treat bags for some special little goblins.

I am joining in with the 31 Days of Halloween fun over on Leigh's Domino Art Blog Day 5.    The projects have to be Halloween themed and incorporate a game piece--like a domino.   I used a decorated domino to embellish my Halloween Treat bag.





Materials:
Stamps: Spider - Stampin' Up; Sentiments - Impression Obsession
Inks: Stazon Black
Raisin Alcohol Ink-  Ranger
Decorative Paper -K & Company
Glossy Accents
Lime Glitter -A Muse Studios
Green Glitter Ribbon
Orange Rhinestones
Die Cut Box: Popcorn Box - A Muse Studios
Label Die Cut: Vintage Labels 1 -A Muse Studios
Domino




Instructions for Decorating the Domino:

  • Apply Raisin colored Alcohol ink to the Domino by patting the ink onto the domino with a Ranger application tool.  Let it dry for a few minutes
  • Stamp the Spider with Jet Black Stazon ink
  • Apply a layer of Glossy Accents to the sides of the domino
  • Dip the sides into Lime Glitter
  • Apply a layer of Glossy Accents to the front of the domino
  • Sprinkle a little bit of Lime Glitter on the front of the domino
  • Let dry--will take a while for the Glossy Accents to dry---make the box while domino is drying








Instructions for Completing the Treat Box:

  • Die cut the box from Halloween decorative paper 
  • Crease the fold lines with a bone folder and fold up the box gluing the flaps
Note: Because I added the heavy domino to the front of the treat bag, I wanted to reinforce the bag.  I die cut a second box from heavy white CS and slipped it inside the box made with DP









  • Apply glue to edges of the box and dip into glitter---let dry
  • Tie the ribbon around the top of the box
  • Stamp the sentiments on DP and cut out with die
  • Add the sentiments to the box as shown




  • Attach the domino to the box with a strong glue.  I used Fabri Tac
  • Add the Rhinestones






  •  Fill box with treats and shredded paper-- This treat box would be a cute party favor too.  Picture it  with lollipops sticking out. 






**********Challenges for my Spider Domino Treat Box
Domino Art: 31 Days of Halloween
 Decorate to Celebrate: a party decoration and Halloween
Cuttin and Stampin: halloween
Paper take weekly: anything goes or Halloween treat holder
Ribbon Carousel: Halloween
2 Creative Chicks Halloween Linky party: Halloween
Country View: halloween
Emergency Crafters: Halloween
Feeling Crafty: autumn
Really Reasonable ribbon: Halloween or Fall + ribbon

Well, that was fun!  I know who is going to get this treat box filled with goodies.  Hope you are having a great day looking forward to a nice weekend.  See you soon.  Love ya.
Karen

13 comments:

  1. Hi Karen
    This is wonderful, such a fun project.
    Wishes
    Lynne
    P.S. Congratulations again :)

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  2. Thank you soooooo much for sharing this us at the Ribbon Carousel Challenge! I LOVE the tutorial and your treat box is just awesome! ~Corinna

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  3. Great project! What a fun way to spruce up a bag and use those domino pieces. TY for the great pictures and the info on "how to". Wonderfully done!

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  4. This is a wonderful piece. Thank you for sharing with us all!

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  5. Fabulous altered box! love the colours and the domino is awesome! Saw this on the 31doh hop and thought i'd pop in and leave you love here! mo x

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  6. so cute thank you for joining us at dtc. hugs

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  7. fabulous bright colors for the favor box, love it as for the domino I WANT to make some of these...in recent months I found these dominos and they have been sitting in my craft room for a special project...thanks for sharing
    and keep in touch
    bibiana

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  8. Such fun little treat box! Thanks for playing with us at Papertake Weekly :)

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  9. Gorgeous , thank you for joining us over at the Feeling Crafty Challenge xx

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  10. Super Spooky cute!!!!
    love the glitter!!!!!
    need I say More!
    tfs:)

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  11. This is such a fun and festive card. Thanks so much for joining us at Really Reasonable Ribbon. Hugs from Ginny at Polly's Paper

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  12. A fabulous spidery domino for your treat bag. Thank you for linking to Country View Challenges 'Something Spooky' theme.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

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