Wednesday, September 8, 2010

More Halloween Petal Punch Treats

More Petal Punch treats......Here's another group of Halloween Treats (one nugget inside) - yup, they sure are small and CUTE, too!!!! Bats were posted on September 1 and more coming soon...............these were quick to make. Each has their own little personality. These look great with or without mouths.

Here's the spider, slightly sponged with Craft white ink:

And, Mummy

With Pumpkin:

Lastly, Mr. Ghost.........." Boo" is stamped using Rich Razzleberry ink

How to make all these?
for the spider:
(2) Punched Petal shapes in Black CS
(6) Black Legs.............or do they have 8? (oh well, this one is a hybrid)
(2) Googlie Eyes
(2) Punched Real Red CS 3/8" Circles (not in photo)

And here's how to make the legs.......use oval punch. Assembly is a snap using Tombow adhesive.

To make the Mummy:
(2) Punched Petal pieces in Whisper White CS
(4) Punched Word Window in Whisper White
(2) Googlie Eyes
(2) Punched Old Olive CS 3/8" Circles (not in photo)

Use a sponge dauber with Chocolate Chip ink on the edges:

Attach eyes, then position and attach Word Window pieces using mini glue dots. Trim excess word window pieces, and sponge edges with Chocolate Chip ink.

To make Pumpkin:
(2) Punched Petal pieces in Crumb Cake (Kraft CS)
(3) Punched Small Oval Pumpkin CS Pieces
scrap of Old Olive for stem

Sponge Pumpkin Ovals edges with Cajun Craze ink.

Assemble Petal box. Using Tombow adhesive, adhere the pumpkin sides. Add a dimensional to the center oval, then position in the center in between the other ovals. Yikes..........where's my photo of the curling of the leaves????? ack!!!! Cut a small stem, adhere underneath the pumpkin center. For the leaves, trim (2) Old Olive scrap 1/4" to "0". Use the piercing tool to wrap the strips around to create the curly leaves. Repeat for the other strip, then attach to each side of the stem using Tombow adhesive. Attach eyes.
The Ghost is the simple one..............but I decide to change the sponge color to be black ink instead of Sahara Sand (too light). You need:
(2) Punched Petal pieces in Whisper White
(2) Punched 3/8" Black CS circles
  • Stamps: BOO (non SU)
  • CS: Real Red, Black, Pumpkin, Old Olive, Whisper White, Crumb Cake (Kraft)
  • Ink: Chocolate Chip, Cajun Craze, Black, Craft White, Rich Razzleberry
  • Accys: Petal Card Extra Large Punch, Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, Word Window Punch, Small Oval Punch, Piercer, Mini Glue Dots, Sponge Daubers, Tombow Adhesive, Dimensional, White Signo Gel Pen, Journaling Pen, Googlie Eyes (non SU)

Thank you for stopping by today..........................................


Lorri said...

You are so stinkin' creative, I can hardly stand this!! These are SOOOOOO CUTE Patti!!! You amaze me....THANKS for sharing your creative ideas!

- - Sheryl - - said...

awesome and adorable - I love the mummy

jmniffer said...

These are Great ideas for Halloween! Keep them coming and thanks for sharing.

Helen said...

These are sooooo adorable!

Michelle said...

AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!! This would be so fun to make a bunch, use up some scraps, and give to Trick or Treaters!!! LOVE IT!

Sheri said...

Patti, you're the best. Thank you so much for all of the great ideas and the instructions to go with them!!!

Brenda said...

these are so adorable. now i think i'm going to have to get me the petal punch... lol!

Anonymous said...

Wow, these are alllll so cute!

Tammy Q Howell said...

Wow these are all so cute! Great job!

lifesabeach32940 said...

You amaze me with your creativity!! Thank you for the inspiration!!

Anonymous said...

These are too cute!!!
Love them all!!

procrastistamper said...

Oh my gosh, these are just the cutest little stinkers I've ever seen! Thanks for sharing!

kraftykat157 said...

These are just adoreable........
May I case one or two of them
sherrye (kraftykat157)

Anonymous said...

Very creative. Enjoy seeing your projects.

PJ(Jessie Adams)

Phoebe said...

Very cute! They also seem so easy to make! I'm inspired to try to make them!

lisa808 said...

Your little treat holders are awesome!

Jennifer Thomas said...

Wow! these are so cute. Thanks for sharing the step by step directions...hope to find time to make some of these.

eunice said...

LOL, Patti...these are gotta be the cutest darn little Halloween treats ever! They're all so cute, I can't decide which I like most! Your creative brain is just amazing!