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I had an absolute blast creating Halloween treats with the new Primitive Pumpkins Die-namics and Stamp Set. I have lots of different treats to share with you today. I kept these treats quite simple as I knew the kids would rip them apart fairly quickly! LOL
I tried to use a limited amount of supplies to create the treats. The card stock is X-Press It, Grape Jelly, Sour Apple, Orange Fizz, and Black Licorice. Inks include Memento Tuxedo Black, SU! Pumpkin Pie Classic Ink, Adirondack Citrus and Purple Twilight. I also used Mandarin Twine, Lilac Twine, Honeydew Twine, Charcoal Twine and Black Licorice Ribbon.
This first set of treats was created with the new Lollipop Treat Die-namics. This is such a fun set!
I added a couple of Hershey Miniatures chocolates to each one of these.
Here's another set of Lollipop treats. I really like how the pumpkins pop off the black card stock.
In addition to the Primitive Pumpkins Die-namics, I used the Traditional Tags STAX Die-namics for the little tag.
This next set of treats are matchbook covers. They are very simple to make.
I added a touch of adhesive to the bottom of the mint package. You can secure the bottom of the package with a staple, but I prefer to use a bit of twine.
This set of treats are the traditional slider candy treats. I make them every year and they are always a hit with the kids!
I used the Layered Label Die-namics dies for the labels.
The Black Licorice ribbon is used to pull out the chocolate bar.
This set of treats are quite similar to the matchbox treats. Each one contains a small box of smarties chocolates.
I still have a couple more Halloween treats to share! I told you that I had a blast with this set! LOL
This set of treats are simple bag toppers. Once again, I used the Layered Labels Die-namics for the labels. The little baggies are from my Stampin' Up! stash.
I also had a little fun with some tins.