Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Some Fun Halloween Treats!


I made these fun treats for the DRS Designs Challenge blog a while ago and I never posted it to my blog... I would just HATE for y'all to miss out on anything I have done!(LOL)
I used the pumpkin ribbon slide from DRS Designs and colored with with copic markers. I punched holes in the middle of the ribbon slide stamp where indicated (you could also use a craft knife and cut the slits out as well.) I added the ribbon and tied it into a knot. I used the SU scallop circle punch for the black part and then I used another SU circle punch to punch out the pumpkin. I layered them together and then adhered them to the lolly pop. I put foam oasis in the terra cotta pot and arranged the lollies in there. I added some ribbon on the pot and there it is! these were fun to make and SUPER easy... just in case you need to make a bunch for the trick or treaters or all the little goblins at preschool! I hope you enjoyed this simple project and will make some of these fun treats yourself!

12 comments:

Laura said...

very very cute!!!!

Naomi said...

Wow. This does look easy. I will have to give it a go for Christmas!

fishlips said...

super cute...love it.. just love it...Glad you posted it so I did not have to miss out on seeing this clever creation... Its awesome

scubasubie said...

Mmmm yummy! Very creative

Sankari W. said...

oh so cute!! what a great idea!! can't wait to try this out! i have to go to 3 Halloween parties this week - co-hosting two of them - so this is perfect!!! thanks for the inspiration!!!

Tessa said...

These are so cute! Reminds me I gotta get to work on my son's treats for pre-school!

Traci said...

What a cute idea! Thanks for sharing it.

Mandy said...

I love these! I am so glad that you shared them and didn't keep them hidden. I will CASE these for my daughter's Halloween school treat. Thanks!
- Mandy

Pat (mspfd) said...

Super treats! Love the pumpkins slides!

The Mama Monkey said...

What a clever idea!! Love it!

gale said...

What a cute idea!!

Jennifer E. said...

What perfect pumpkin treats! great idea too!