Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Another Pumpkin Treat Holder

What is it with me and pumpkins lately? This one was so easy to make, I am going to use it at my October workshops. I always like to have a card and some 3D project as a make n take. This may also be my son's treat holder for his Kindergarten class. I wonder if my daughter will want some too? Do fifth graders still do treats at school for holidays? Anyway, on to the box. (Yes this is a box. I realize the picture doesn't show it, but it holds a couple small candy bars or a mini Reese's peanut butter cup.) I first saw this on Late Night Stampers. Of course I forgot to write down the creator...AGAIN! At least I was able to share the creator yesterday. I did save the tutorial though, so if your interested leave me a comment. This little thing went together in less than 3 minutes. I did decide to forgo the flat stem for a twisted 3D one. I think the whole thing looks pretty amazing for just a little cutting, scoring, punching, sponging and twisting!


16 comments:

  1. Sue Bendinsky (sbendinsky@aol.com)September 22, 2009 at 8:41 AM

    Hi Kelly, I can see you used the large oval punch but what is behind it to make it a box? I love this idea for a halloween favor.

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  2. AWESOME! I would love to know the directions of making the actual box...these would be perfect to as name place cards for halloween or thanksgiving. My e-mail is jhurdsman at cox dot net. Thanks!!

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  3. I love the box; it is really cute. Will you post the instructions or e-mail them to me at kathibrn@aol.com? Thanks

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  4. definitely share the details! I love it!

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  5. I would love the directions for this cute pumpkin. My email is lorikorpela@yahoo.com

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  6. Hi Kelly,
    I would love the tutorial
    It's Penny from Vegas
    hihosilvaa@cox.net

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  7. I love this project!!! If you have the tutorial to share I would appreciate a copy.

    scrapperwithkids@luckymail.com

    Sherry Wilfong-Palzet

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  8. I would love the tutorial on this. It would be perfect for Thanksgivng treats.
    jmniffer at comcast dot net

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  9. Kelly, I follow your blog and saw this cute pumpkin. Looks so much bigger in the picture. Would love the tutorial.

    Thanks, Debbie
    stampinwithdeb@hotmail.com

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  10. Hi Kelly,
    What a great idea! Please send me the instructions.
    lynlou2@bis.midco.net

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  11. Oh this is SOOO cute, I would love the directions for the box, I have six grandsons that would LOVE to have one of these with goodies in it! lol!
    Thank you for a great blog and lots of inspiration!
    my email address is :
    redparrot53@yahoo.com
    Hugs
    Linda

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  12. THESE IS SO CUTE...I love the sponging...and DEFINITELY love the 3D stem MUCH BETTER...I would love deets on how to make these...

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  13. Hi I love your blog.
    I love this treat box. I need something does not take longer then 3 min to make.
    I want to make this for my son preschool class and my daugther's 1 grade class.

    please email me
    arnheidurhg@yahoo.com

    Happy Halloween,
    Arnheidur

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  14. Hi Kelly, I love your pumpkin! I would love to make some. Please send a tutorial to stamyheart@yahoo.com. Thank you! Liz

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  15. Sorry I am so late in asking for directions but I am having email problems. Would you send directions? Thanks.

    clostby@comcast.net

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