Stampin’ Up! Trick or Treat

Stampin up halloween ghostly treats

Need cute and quick Halloween treats?  Grab Stampin' Up!'s Small Flat Cello Bags (#103104), Ghostly Greetings Designer Paper (#112463), the Stampin' Up! Top Note Bigz Die (#113463, now back in stock), Chills and Thrills Rub-Ons (111806) and M & M's and you're on the fast track.

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I wanted to have trick or treat goodies available for my book group tomorrow night (along with the bookmarks I made previously).  We will be discussing Mary Shelley's classic Frankenstein (1818), a far cry from the grunting monster popularized on film.  The "creature" is quite intellectual, compassionate, and, oh yes, he has a very scary temper.  The Frankenstein's monster stamp is from Stampin' Up!'s Batty for You (109363).  Trivia: The monster is not Frankenstein as we often assume, it's the scientist who created him. 

Now what do I make for dessert?

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15 Comments:

  1. Cute treat bags. I love how you used ovals and circles.

  2. How cute are these?? I love seeing them in a big group like that.

    Your book club is so lucky to get something handmade by you.

  3. These are so cute! I just ordered that Top Note die now that they are no longer on backorder. I can’t wait to get it!!!

  4. Mary, those are so cute! I only wish I could bring my son to your house to trick or treat but it’s a long way from Virginia! 🙂

  5. A sweet treat and a good book is a perfect match. These are darling Mary!

  6. Colleen Kramer

    Too cute! It’s been a few years since I read Frankenstein…what a great choice of reading for October!

  7. How cute are these? Adorable!!

  8. I love your treat bags. Check your email for the dessert recipe. Did you put the ovals on before you taped it together?

    Hi Sandy:

    I assembled everything (including the ovals) before adhering the topper (with my ATG Gun). Hugs, M

  9. These are adorable! I did something similar with pepermint patties! I love that big shot! =) Thanks for sharing your creativity with the world!

  10. So cute and yummy looking – I’m gonna make some boxes today for Mimi’s class!!!

  11. Mary…this is so cute! I love how you took something so simple and made it look extra special. Great job!

  12. Love the Halloween baggies! WOW on the details on the toppers… Fabulous! Smiles… Michelle 🙂

  13. Ah Mary, these are just what I WANTED to make using the Big Note die, but mine isn’t scheduled to arrive at my doorstep until tomorrow..insert sad face! I’ll just live vicariously through your charming versions! Thanks for sharing…you’ve got it goin’ on!

    Amy

  14. super cute!! i’m thinking i’ll be whipping up a batch of cuties like this for our tricker treatsters….i love them!!

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