Friday, October 19, 2012

1,2,3, Can U Scare Me?

Welcome to another challenge at
This week the theme came from me!
I have had Halloween on the brain, can you tell?
Anyway the actual challenge is
1 Ribbon
2 Embellishments (flowers, metal, etc..)
3 Decorative Papers
I made a treat bag using the new
I considered the RIP to be one embelly and the skull to be the other.
You cannot see the ribbon that is a handle and
of course the bow holding on the tags.
My decorative papers came from Martha Stewart
and I used one for the bag, one for the large tag (bats) and
one for the inside and the to, from tag.
The bag/holder is supposed to have a whole rather
than a ribbon handle but I liked the tombstone look!
I hope you join us for this fun and fabulous challenge!
Check it out here.
And check out all the other DT members blogs to see what they created!
I would like to enter this into the following challenges:
Crafting For All Seasons                                             Spooky
Divas by Design                                                          Spooky


Kate said...

Love this that Frankenstein looks creepy cute.

Sara I. said...

Awesome treat boxes Kim! Love the skull embellie! xx

Guylou Beland said...

You rock this challenge. How creative and creepy!! :) Love the treat box idea; I will need to get the pattern from you; it could come handy in the future.

Roxann said...

You already know how much I love this project! FANTASTIC!

Susan Dube said...

So stinkin cute! I love these bags and I love their shapes. What a cute Frankenstein! Love them!



Trina said...

That tombstone and skull really helped to up Franken-Miguel's spooky factor! Great project and challenge, Kim!

cotnob said...

Great treat bag, I love your Frankenstein image.
Thank you for joining us at Crafting for all Seasons.

Carla S. said...

Fabulous Halloween project, Kim! A really fun and creative design!

Robin said...

Such fun treat bags. Loving Frank! Hugs, Robin

Shelby said...

Great bag and just love the papers you've used and Frankie looks fantastic.


Gina L said...

Love it! This turned out great, and you know that great minds think alike, right? We both used Frankenmiguel and colored his skin green and his outfit a dark grey with a shade of blue on the undershirt. Too funny!