I’m offering a 4 Day Stampin’ Special … here’s the details…..
Place a Stampin’ Up! order of $50 or more using Hostess Code: G7NT7Q9Z and receive one of these Treat Bags + Halloween Night Enamel Dots.
Treat Bags will arrive assembled … and you can exchange the Halloween Night Enamel Dots with some candy and re-gift it!
Any order receives the Cookie Cutter Halloween Tutorial for FREE. UPDATE Sept 28th. I accidentally said Jar of Haunts Tutorial and it should have been Cookie Cutter Halloween Tutorial. I will honor what I said and send both tutorials to everyone that orders during the 4 Day Special …. regardless of the amount. Please give me a few days to get the Jar of Haunts tutorial ready. I’m sorry for the confusion!!! 2ND UPDATE October 1st – I’m so very sorry! When I wrote this blog post, I was sick and said the wrong name of the tutorial not once but twice. My only explanation is my head was hurting so bad and I didn’t know what I was saying. I don’t have a Jar of Haunts Tutorial … I meant to say Cookie Cutter Halloween because that was the September Tutorial. And because I messed up I said I would go ahead and give the October Tutorial which is Spooky Fun (but I said the wrong thing). I’m really sorry for my mistake and I’ll be emailing everyone that placed an order during this promotion.
Dates: September 27th – 30th (midnight CT deadline).
Online Order must be $50 before tax and shipping.
One Treat Bag + Enamel Dots per order.
Treat Bags will ship in approximately two weeks.
Hostess Code: G7NT7Q9Zmust be used to receive the free gift and can not be combined with other Hostess Codes.
When entering the Hostess Code please make sure you are entering it in the Hostess Code location and NOT the coupon code box. Click here if you need help entering the Hostess Code.
Click here to watch the You Tube Video on how to make the Halloween Treat Bag with Stampin’ Up! Product on Chic n Scratch.
Click hereto download the Stampin Special Inspiration Sheet.
I’m working on my next One Sheet Wonder …. but …. I need some feedback. I’d like to change the name. When I became demonstrator (14 years ago this month), Stampin’ Up! had a template on their site for a One Sheet Wonder …. and over the years it’s been in several publications. With that being said …. the One Sheet Wonder’s that I’ve shared with you on my Chic n Scratch blog are my creations and not a copy of someone else’s work. So, I’d like to change what I call my future One Sheet Wonders and here’s where you come in ….. I need a name. When I come up with an idea or a new program … often times the biggest road block is what to call it!! So, here’s your chance …. do you have a suggestion? If someone suggests a name I like and will use … you can choose any stamp set valued at $24.95 or below from either of our catalogs. You can make your suggestion by posting a comment here on this post … or you can send it to me privately by email. Click here to contact me by email. Comments are time stamped and dated … as are emails .. in the event that we have multiple people suggesting the same name.
This Halloween Box is the 7th project for the 12 Weeks of Halloween.
I made the Halloween box using an 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 piece of Halloween Night Designer Series Paper.
Place the DSP on the Simply Scored Scoring Tool and score it @ 1-1/2 & 4 on the portrait side (5-1/2 side). Place it on the landscape side and score @ 1-3/4, 3-1/2, 5, 6-3/4. See video or instruction sheet for cutting and assembling the box.
To decorate the box I used the Spooky Fun Stamp Set with the Layering Circle Framelits and the Decorative Label Punch. If you have the Retired Oval Punch … that works too!
To hold the box closed I used the 3/8 Glitter Ribbon with the Halloween Night Bakers Twine.
If you’re not a fan of Halloween I have a Christmas version of this box to share with you next week. (I’m a few projects behind on the Christmas versions and I will do my best to get caught up next week.)
Click hereto watch the You Tube Video on how to make the Week 7 of the 12 Weeks of Halloween 2016 with Stampin’ Up! Product on Chic n Scratch.
The Halloween Box is the 6th project for the 12 Weeks of Halloween.
I made the Halloween box using an 8-1/2 x 11 piece of Basic Black card stock and no special tools are needed … other than a scoring tool.
Place the Basic Black Card Stock on the Simply Scored Scoring Tool and score it @ 2-1/2 on both sides on the portrait side (8-1/2 side). Place it on the landscape side and score @ 1, 3-1/2, 6, 8-1/2. See video or instruction sheet for cutting and assembling the box.
To decorate the box I used the Halloween Night Speciality Designer Series Paper with the Cookie Cutter Halloween Stamp Set and the Spooky Fun Stamp Set.
If you’re not a fan of Halloween I have a Christmas version of this box to share with you next week.
Click hereto watch the You Tube Video on how to make the Week 6 of the 12 Weeks of Halloween 2016 with Stampin’ Up! Product on Chic n Scratch.