Aren't those fun? I'll be teaching a Halloween wrappings class next week and some of those are the projects we will do using the Pick Your Poison paper and die-cuts. I am so excited about these projects - I have been having a blast putting them together and had I known how pretty the die-cuts were, I would not have waited so long to get them!
I used various die-cuts and well-known box patterns to put those together. You'll recognize the octogonal box done with the Milk Box die, the longer version of the Treat box, the sour cream container and I even played around with the long cello bags. For this wrapping, I just folded a Top Note die-cut in half and used sticky strip to add three cello bags inside. At the class, we'll fill the third bag with licorice to have three different kind of candy, but I didn't want to open the licorice bag right away for fear that it would go "stale."
Hope you enjoy those!
Date: Thursday, September 29, 2011 GMT Views: 1491