I hadn't put together treat bags in a while so a few weeks before Halloween, I decided I would put something together for a few colleagues. I had ordered the Fry Box Bigz L die with this in mind and I was pleasantly surprised when I first used it to discover that out of all the box dies we've ever had, this might be the easiest die-cut to assemble. Seriously, you only have four scored lines to fold and a straight line of sticky strip to put on each side and that's it! My only concern was the round scored line at the bottom of each side wasn't showing up well enough on the Designer paper in my first couple of tries and the fold was not as crisp as I wanted it to be. So for the next boxes, I used the stylus from the Simply Scored and went over the scored lines a couple of times before folding up the box. Made a huge difference and the box were just to my liking.
Want to see what they looked like? I used retired Designer Series Papers from a couple of years ago (Pick Your Poison) and a cute Halloween set called Monster Munchies that I snagged up from the Clearance Rack after it had retired. Back when I was living in Quebec City, all of my colleagues and friends were French-Canadians so I never really used English sets much, but in Montreal, it's split about half and half on our floor, with everyone being bilingual anyway, so this opens up the door for me to use whichever language I want. It was the perfect opportunity to use this cute set. Especially since "Bone appétit" is kind of bilingual right there!
Stampin' Up! Supplies
Stamps: Monster Munchies
Cardstock: Very Vanilla
Designer Series Paper: Pick Your Poison
Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento
Accessories: Fry Box Bigz L Die, Chevron ribbon (non-SU!), Circle Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals,
Cellophane Bags, Black Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, Decorative Label Punch, Crop-a-Dile,
Stampin' Write Markers (Pumpkin Pie, Basic Grey, Basic Black), Pumpkin Pie Eyelets