Monday, August 20, 2012

The Great Pumpkin Blog Hop - Week 3

Happy Monday!

Welcome to week 3 of The Great Pumpkin Blog Hop!



This week I created an Easel Treat Box:







Every year we have a family dinner the Friday before Halloween at a restaurant that totally decorates from floor to ceiling.  The photo is of a family friend, Mel, which was taken at last year's dinner.  Mel is 'part of the family.'  btw, he's the one on the right!  This is Mel's Halloween treat for this year.  I give everyone their Halloween treats at the end of the dinner.

Supplies used:  Basic Gray and Old Olive CS, Cast-a-Spell DSP, MS Border Punch, and Spellbinders Bats and Graveyard Dies.

I made little boxes (2 1/2 x 2 1/4, scored at 3/4 all around) for the tombstones that hold one Hershey Nugget each.  The treat box holds four.


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10 comments:

Carolyn King said...

Get out! That is sooo cool! love it Lisa!

naturecoastcrafter said...

Look at your badges! Very cool! This is a very cute project. I love how you incorporated the photo with the treat. Clever.

Terry said...

I love the easel box! And that photo is the best. I wish we had a place that went all out on decorating like that. I love the photo opportunity! Thanks so much for adding your project to my blog hop.

Hugs,

Terry

Audrey Frelx said...

Lisa, I just love your easel treat box!!! I don't know how you keep coming up with these aweseome projeccts... lol!

All the project entries look fab too!

Karli said...

Spooktacular!!! I would love a picture of me & Freddy Krueger! Lol :) what a fun gift ;) hugs~

Regina said...

die Box ist ja fanastisch von dir gestaltet worden! Hübsch gruselig! Die Border-Stanze passt perfekt dazu und die Grabsteine lassen alles sehr schaurig aussehen!

Liebe Grüße Regina

Emily Leiphart said...

I love your treat box, Lisa! Those tombstones are so cool. Thanks so much for stopping by during the Avocado Arts September Sneak Peeks Hop!

Ann Schach said...

What fun, Lisa! The little tombstones on the front are perfect! It's an adorable box! And what a neat place! I bet they get a ton of business!

Deborah Anton said...

That is fabulous!! And what a cool sounding restaurant!!

Jan Hennings said...

love this1!