Another project shared during convention that inspired me to get to my craft table right away was a vellum bag colored in shades mimicking candy corn. Simple but so adorable! You simply mask the part of the bag you want to keep white, ink the bag directly with your yellow ink pad, buff off the extra ink with a tissue, then move your mask down and repeat with orange ink. Be careful - vellum is non-porous so it takes a while for the ink to dry and you don't want to get some on your fingers and then inevitably on your project afterwards!
Again, I used retired products from my supplies to achieve a similar look to the shown project. I divided the sections using Designer washi tape, and created the handles with washi tape as well! (What a neat trick! You just fold the tape over itself so that you have patterns on both sides and hide the sticky part.
The center embellishment was created with a Paper Doily Sizzlits die we used to carry and that is giving me as much grief as the other doily die I was using yesterday. I managed to take almost every detail out, except the middle ring, but I decided it worked out in my favor because it gave me a place to put Dimensionals without it showing through. The center sentiment was created with Tags 4 You. I stamped and embossed it in black twice, on Crushed Curry and Tangelo Twist cardstock. One was punched out with the Bracket Label Punch, the other with a circle punch. The spider came from the From the Crypt stamp set and was handcut to add to the doily spiderweb.
Stampin' Up! Supplies
Stamps: From the Crypt, C pour toi (Tags 4 You)
Cardstock: Tangelo Twist, Crushed Curry, Basic Black, Whisper White
Ink: VersaMark, Crushed Curry, Tangelo Twist
Accessories: Black Stampin' Emboss Powder, Stampin' Dimensionals, Paper Doily Sizzlits Die,
Designer Washi Tape, Black Baker's Twine, Bracket Label Punch, Circle Punch, Vellum Bag