I found at my local Bulk Barn some Halloween candied popcorn in shades of green, orange, purple and black that were a perfect match for this year's Doodlebug Halloween collection, Boos and Brews. We also have the Popcorn Box Thinlits from Stampin' Up! so it was the perfect mix of elements to make some cute Halloween treat boxes. My whole family's in town this week for my niece's birthday party, so I put together some popcorn bags for them. (Different treats for my niece, because of allergies.)
I used the Ready to Pop stamp set to decorate the bags, and the Brushstroke Alphabet to personalize each box. This stamp set can be found in the annual catalogue and it's a great size and font to embellish 3D projects, Project Life pages or even make your own sentiments on cards.
The top of the cello bags was scealed using Pumpkin Pie chevron washi tape. The tags were hung from the box using the Halloween Night baker's twine (current Holidays catalogue). I love that baker's twine - it's woven tightly and the two colors do not come apart. Great quality in cute colours!
The cute plastic trey I set the boxes on was found at Michael's, in the Halloween section.
This project was also inspired by this week's Wednesday Simon Says Stamp challenge (Anything Goes).
Stamps: Explosion de saveur (Ready to Pop), Brushstroke Alphabet
Patterned Papers: Boos and Brews (Doodelbug Design)
Ink: Basic Grey, Basic Black
Accessories: Popcorn Box Thinlits, Ribbons, Eyelets,
Halloween Night Baker's Twine, Circle Punch, Designer Washi Tape,
Cello Bags, Stampin' Dimensionals