For my first project, I decided to use the adorable Halloween Mr. Bitty digital stamp to create a card and treat box holder gift set!
For the card I used an orange cardbase and inked the edges with Black Soot Distress Ink before layering on some Jillibean Soup papers, a pretty doily and some awesome sequins from SpiegelMom Scraps. I coloured the cute bat and pumpkin digi image with Prismacolor and Hobby Colour Markers and popped it up with foam dots to give him some dimension.
I found some awesome black ribbon in my stash and tied it around the border. The Happy Halloween sentiment comes with the image and I cut it apart to add it under my ribbon.
These cute tags were included in a Jillibean Soup paper ephemera pack and coordinate with the 6x6 paper pack. I added more Distress Ink and layered on some diamond sequins with a brad in the center - I think it totally looks like a bat ;) and a paper star and wooden bird with glitter.
For the treat box I followed along with a video from Chic'n Scratch on YouTube where she shows you exactly how to cut and score your cardstock to create this cute little box! I layered on another one of the Halloween Mr. Bitty stamps, printed smaller - one of the awesome things about digi stamps!! and cut it with a Spellbinders die and my Cuttlebug.
I filled the little glassine bags from SpiegelMom Scraps with candies and attached a Jillibean Soup label from that 6x6 paper pack and some washi tape. These cute little bags are food safe, and adorable ;) - and you can see them close up along with the sequins I've used in my YouTube video here on my New YouTube channel!
I added more of that awesome ribbon and a little spider web from the ephemera pack.
Here's one more look at this cute gift set! I love how it turned out and I'm so excited that I'll be bringing you more Kitty Bee Designs goodies in the future!
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