Mummy Candy for you

Are you still getting ready for Halloween?  I finally bought a pumpkin yesterday but I haven’t put out any Halloween decorations yet.  But I have been coming up with different Halloween treat ideas and I have another one for you today.  It’s based on a sketch for this weeks Create with Connie & Mary Thursday challenge.

Here is what the sketch looks like –

I guess it looks like it could be a card but it’s not!  It’s actually a slip cover for a box of mummy candy that I found at the store.

It just slips around the box.  I just happened to have a piece of the Howlstooth & Scaringbone Designer Series paper that was exactly the same height as the box of candy.  I wrapped the paper around it and trimmed the extra and glue the ends together to form the slip cover.  “Boooo” is stamped directly on the designer paper.  I cut a strip of Tangerine Tango card stock and embossed it with the square lattice embossing folder – glued it diagonally to the front of the box and trimmed it against the box.  I used a leftover tag from the Googly Treat Kit and stamped it with the mummy image.  I sponged the tag with Crumb Cake to tone down the white since my designer paper had Very Vanilla in it.  I also watercolored the mummy to give him some dimension.  I tied some Basic Black ribbon around the box and through the tag.   Now to decide who will get this mummy treat…..

 Stampin’ Up! Supplies:

  • Stamps:  Googly Ghouls
  • Ink: JetBlack StazOn, Crumb Cake
  • Card Stock: Tangerine Tango
  • Accessories: Big Shot die-cut machine, Square Lattice Embossing Folder, Ghoulish Googlies Designer Kit, Stampin’ Sponge, Aqua-painter, Basic Black 3/8″ Taffeta Ribbon, Howlstooth & Scaringbone Designer Series paper

Visit Create with Connie & Mary and submit your creation for this weeks challenge – each week 3 top creations are selected.  Each challenge is open for a week.   Is this your week to be one of the top picks?  Do you think you can use this sketch for something other than a card?

Monika Davis

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7 thoughts on “Mummy Candy for you

  1. Well done! I wish I would have thought of using diagonal paper. Maybe it wouldn’t have been such a challenge for me – haha! Just an adorable candy treat for and little ghost or gobblin!

  2. So clever!! I love how the diagonal lines in the designer paper work so well for the sketch! And I love this little mummy guy!

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