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Halloween Treat Boxes with Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlits Dies

Halloween is right around the corner and I have the perfect Halloween crafts for you this week!  The new Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlits Dies is so easy to use and so versatile! Here’s some of the designs I made with it:

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All of these cute boxes were made with the Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlits Dies:

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Item #135853  $40.95

I’ll present each design in details this week, so visit my blog everyday!!! One surprise design will be revealed at the end of the week!

Today’s featured Treat Box is the Pumpkin!

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Here’s what the box looks like when it’s all opened:

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To make the box, you need to cut 2 times the box template using the Big Shot and the Curvy Box Thinlits. You simply adhere the 2 parts together in the center.

I used the Pumpkin Pie Blendabilities marker to make the lines on the pumpkin. I cut the face in Basic Black card stock scrap pieces and adhere on the front. The leaves were cut with the Autumn Accents Bigs die in Old Olive card stock. I folded the leaves to form the veins and used a sponged dauber with Old Olive ink to color the veins. I also cut a tiny strip of Old Olive card stock that I roll on a pencil to make the vine “spirals”…

Come back tomorrow for one more design!



One Response

  1. Really cute and your details are wonderful

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