Because of some rain, I was able to sit down and play with this month's Paper Pumpkin kit. There are 8 little treat bags to create in the kit and I made one like the directions and went off on my own for the other two shown here. Some more were confiscated by my daughter for her to create on her own :)
This is the one like the kit shows you...
This one uses the Howl-o-ween stamp set and Boo to You framelits to add a little something different. It is supposed to look like a broom using the bag upside down but the picture doesn't quite give the whole effect.
A littler closer view...
and finally, I made a luminary like one adding a little battery operated candle to the inside and die cutting the "Boo"...
I added the fringe upside down and lower and then cut off the extra length.
I had a tough time getting the glow of the "candle" to show in the picture, but hopefully you get the idea!
September 2015 Paper Pumpkin
Boo To you Framelits
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