Monday, September 17, 2012

Quick and Easy Halloween Favors/Place card

Last Friday, I posted an adorable flat backed treat box made by Patti Gilliam and I could not wait to make one.

I love the idea of the treat box and thought it would also make a great place card filled with chocolate nuggets. I used some DCVW Halloween paper so it was super easy. I wanted the card back a little larger than the pattern, so I cut it to the size I wanted and attached it to the back panel. I cut the witch out of another sheet of paper added dimensionals and was done!

I used my Cameo to weld and cut the name. I could have used my Cricut too! Next I attached the name to a ½ inch piece of paper that I scored and folded in half. The place card is not attached so my guests can remove their name and have a cute card and box. One down….tons to go!

I also want to have a table of party favors to give out…so I needed something extremely quick and easy. Luckily I found this file at the Silhouette on-line store. I added a few layers using my Cameo and was finished. You could leave out the stitching if you want this to be even quicker and easier. I may do that on the rest of them. Yikes….Halloween is almost here!

I think they coordinate nicely.

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snappy scrappy said...

This is a fabulous set...very Halloweenie!!! Lee-Ann :)

Sandi said...

Linda, what a fab set, I love how the Cameo enhances the Cricut and visa versa, it opens so many doors, hugs

Crafting Katie said...

These are ADORABLE, Linda! So fun!!!

tndj said...

Both are awesome but really like the favors holder/candy holder. He is so cute.

Anonymous said...

Linda, your Halloween favors are adorable. I just got my Cameo and I can't wait to make the pumpkin.

Nana said...

What a cute set Linda. Loving the treat box.

Hugs Nana
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Migdalia said...

What Wonderful Halloween favors!!
Super Cute Set!!

doodlingdebbie said...

Linda, these are the coolest. I really love the Halloween flat back box with that terrific Halloween scene. Thank you for being the sharing person you are and letting us always learn about some terrific crafty, fun things. xxx- Debbie

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