Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Halloween Card And Party Favor In One


Hi everyone! Thanks for stopping by my blog today for the CardMaker Blog Hop! I have made this cute combination card and party favor for my daughter's Halloween party at school. Since it is both a card and party favor the two won't get separated during handing out the candy. Make sure you check out all of the talented designers participating in the hop at the bottom of the page and don't forget to sign up for the Glue Dots giveaway!

Here is how I made my project...

Scrapbook paper
Pumpkin embellishment
Silhouette cutting file and Silhouette cutting machine
Plastic bags for candy


Cut out pieces using a Silhouette machine and cutting file from the Silhouette Design Store.

Use Glue Dots Glue Squares to attach pieces together.

Use Glue Dots Glue Squares to adhere the pumpkin embellishment to the outside of the box. Fill the plastic bag with candy and place it inside the container.

That's it, how cute is this!?! I know the kids are going to love them at my daughter's Halloween party at school.

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Kelly of Simply Kelly Designs said...

I love the dual purpose card and candy gift. This would make a great treat to give away to a classroom full of kids.

McStamper said...

Love your cute treat holder.

Amanda T said...

This is such a great idea and oh so cute! My kids would love to make these!

Kim Klinkovsky.My Kraft Kloset said...

Very cute, great ideas, and spooktacular!

Janet Trieschman said...

What a great box shape, I am going to have to make that one.

dawnmercedes said...

The guys in my family enjoy candy corn...pass me chocolate or starburst! haha...but I just might make this for them!!

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

I like that it is a card and treat in one.

Donna said...

What a fun treat/card box! How fun to give and receive it! Filled with the best Halloween candy!

Mary Holshouser said...

the kids will get a kick out
of the box and the corn.
thanks for sharing a cute

Sue D said...

Cute way to give candy corn.

Denise Bryant said...

Really cute project!