Halloween Treat Tubes & WOW! Video Tutorial!

Stampin Up Patterned Pumpkins Halloween Treats Test Tubes Group - Mary Fish StampinUp

These adorable treat tubes are a quick and easy way to prepare for Halloween tricks and treats! However, it doesn’t stop there – think about how delightful it would be to change the candy colors (or even the candy) for alternate holidays like Christmas and Valentine’s Day.  Perhaps offer a tube of birthday confetti, bath salts or tea to cheer up a friend?   The treat tubes (#144612, 12 to a pack, $5) will be available when the holiday catalog begins TOMORROW (Sept. 1)!

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I created a new 1 Minute to WOW! video to share tips on how I dressed up these treat tubes AND ways to save time when “mass producing” projects.

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  • In the thick of things!  When creating tags or cropping strong elements (in addition to being perfect for a card base), I like to use Thick Very Vanilla Card Stock.  It gives added substance.

    Stampin Up Patterned Pumpkins Halloween Treat Test Tube - Mary Fish StampinUp

  • The WOW! is in these pumpkin images cropped from the Spooky Nights Designer Series Paper with the coordinating Patterned Pumpkins Thinlits Dies.

    Spooky Night Designer Series Paper – Images © Stampin’ Up!

  • Cool thing!  Some of the dies coordinate with more than one image of the paper – like the duo below!

    Stampin Up Patterned Pumpkins Halloween Treat Test Tubes - Mary Fish StampinUp

  • I paper snipped the witches’ hats, also from Spooky Nights Designer Series Paper.  The tag sentiment (Spooky Cat Photopolymer Stamp Set) was cropped with the tag die from Wood Crate Framelits Dies.

    Stampin Up Patterned Pumpkins Halloween Treats Test Tubes - Mary Fish StampinUp

  • The spider web was cropped using the Seasonal Tags Framelits Dies.  

    Stampin Up Patterned Pumpkin Halloween Treat Test Tubes - Mary Fish StampinUp

  • I love those Black Rhinestone Jewels for year-round bling!  Every tag received black rhinestones for a unique personality.  See below for how you can earn the Black Rhinestone Jewels FREE!

    Stampin Up Patterned Pumpkins Halloween Treat Test Tube - Mary Fish StampinUp

THE HOLIDAY CATALOG STARTS TOMORROW, SEPT. 1, at 3 A.M. MOUNTAIN!  Enjoy this handy holiday catalog wish list to track your favorites.

MY SEPTEMBER HOST CODE PRODUCT GIVEAWAY!  Starting September 1, those placing an order of $75 or more through me using my September host code will earn the NEW Black Rhinestone Jewels from me FREE!  Come on – you KNOW you have to have them!  My September Host Code will be shared on my blog and sent to my newsletter subscribers along with additional “how to” details on Sept. 1.

Black Rhinestone Jewels – Images © Stampin’ Up!

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  1. Terry Molineux

    You’ve done it again! I had no intentions of getting an Halloween sets this year but now, I must get these items for my grandson’s first year in elementary school as gifts for Halloween! Thanks so much for this awesome video and sharing with us you great ideas!

  2. I love to be an enabler, Terry! I think some healthier treats would work, too, if the school has any restrictions. However, the jelly beans are so colorful and fun!

  3. Just as cute as can be. I am not a big fan of Halloween but I love these. Thanks for sharing.

  4. These are absolutely adorable, Mary! Every detail – from the tubes to the rhinestones – is perfect! Such fun to create a variety of unique tags!

  5. What a cute and fun Halloween idea, Mary. Love the tags. Enjoy your day!

  6. These are adorable… and looks quick to make!

  7. Kadie in Arizona

    Just couldn’t be any more FUN. I think this Spooky Night DSP and Patterned Pumpkin Thinlits are a MUST HAVE for Halloween. THANKS for the tip on using the thinlits to crop out the DSP…….Going to make some of these for Halloween.

  8. Bernie Preyna

    I’ve used these type tubes for years ordering online. It’s great that SU now offers these. Great for craft fairs, schools and. churches as well as a gift for cashiers, Md offices etc. These tubes offer such versatility with any holiday. Think reindeer food at Christmas too!

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