Thursday, October 2, 2014

Trendy Twine October Challenge ~ Boo-tiful Tags & Treats

Good Morning!

Welcome to the October Challenge with Trendy Twine!  Our theme this month is Boo-tiful Tags & Treats. We would like to see your Halloween Treat creations with a tag and of course Trendy Twine! (No other brands of baker's twine) Please use hemp, jute, or embroidery thread only if you do not currently own Trendy Twine. Better yet you can head over to the store here and pick up some today!

Now onto my project!
I used the Small Candy Rectangle Clear Box (Which comes in packs of 10) and filled with some festive candy corn!  I wrapped the box with Grape Limeade Trendy Twine multiple times. I cut a layered scalloped tag with my electronic cutting machine, and trimmed the inner layer with more yummy Grape Limeade Trendy Twine.  Before adhering to the packaging, I stamped my sentiment to the front.   

I wanted to create a mini-card to go along with my little treat, so I cut a vampire out using the Mini Monster Cartridge. I stamped a sentiment that I thought was quite fitting to go in the lower right corner, and punched out some drippy goo from patterned paper and added to the top. I completed the card by wrapping Grape Limeade Trendy Twine around the top of the card and tied off in a bow.

The challenge will run from October 2nd through October 24th! I would LOVE to see you play along with us! Don't forget to check out the rest of the design team on the Trendy Twine Blog! You will be inspired no doubt! 
Halloween Grape Limeade Trendy Twine - Purple & Lime Green10 Small Candy Rectangles - 2-5/8" x 3-9/16" Clear Boxes
I am also going to share at Die-Cuttin' Divas - Anything Goes.

I hope you enjoyed my project! Thank you for stopping by!
~Tammy~

17 comments:

jessica said...

I just LOVE your Halloween treats Tammy!
Super fun card and love the matching decorated box!
AWESOME job on your project!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Sooooooooooo cute!! LOVING the colors!!!!

Beth F. said...

Your projects are awesome! I love the candy corn you used. It is perfect!

Kimberly Jensen said...

So cute!! I really love the cuts you used!! Some of my favorites by far!!
Kimberly :)
Trendy Twine DT

Irish Cherokee said...

Fun project Tammy. Candy corn is one of my weaknesses. Normally do not do sugary stuff. Love this creation. Fun. - Jim

Jennifer said...

Love that sentiment Tammy! Both of these are just too cute.

Charlene said...

Makes me smile, so cute!!!

Lisa said...

Oh my gosh, these are both fabulous, Tammy!! That little vampire is too cute!! I love the drippy goo!! And yum - the purple, black and white candy corn is fabulous!! It matches your project perfectly!! Have a great day :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Creative M said...

This is Awesome!! Festive & Fun!!
Have a wonderful day,
Migdalia
*Crafting With Creative M*

Lisa said...

I bow to you the Queen of Twine...you've done it again your majesty...TOO STINKIN CUTE!!! Wait can you say stinkin to royalty LOL!!!

Audrey Pettit said...

OMGosh, this is so, SO stinkin' cute, Tammy! Love that little vampire and love the clear treat box and tag. And seriously, your use of that cute twine is spectacular! Love the twine wraps and ties and LOVE how you outlined the sentiment with twine, too. Awesome!

Maria said...

Oh, my! Shall I say adorable vampire?:-) But, it is...so CUTE! Such a wonderful card and treat box, Tammy! Have a great weekend!:-)

Desire Fourie said...

Tammy this is a wonderful and fun little gift set. Loving the purple and green. Happy WORLD CARD MAKING DAY!!! Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

Sukie said...

This is an amazing project! I just love the drippy goo along the edge of your card and the vampire is awesome! The candy card looks awesome with that oversized tag!

Helen said...

I love, love, love your treat and card!

Sue Lelli said...

You are the BEST AT Halloween treats! Love these!

Trendy Twine said...

What a fun set. Love all the purple and lime, Tammy. You did a fabulous job spotlighting the Grape Limeade twine and the candy boxes.

Lesley
Annie's Paper Boutique & Trendy Twine