Penni & Lyssa’s Creepy Crafty Adventure: Day Two!

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Woot woot! It's Day Two of Penni & Lyssa's Creepy Crafty Halloween Adventure! We can't wait to share what we've been making with you this week. We hope you get lots of cute, last-minute ideas for making the occasion extra fun –even if this year is extra weird!

Halloween is Penni's birthday and The Nightmare Before Christmas is one of her favorite movies, so here's a sneak peek at the custom packaging I made for her present!

Do you recognize it? She loves Jack Skellington! And there's a pattern in the Magic In This Night paper pack that is just perfect for his suit.

Halloween jack skellington goodie candy bag tote paper craft Stampin Up magic night

This bag is super economical because even though it's quite large (about 5 tall by 9 wide) it still only uses ONE sheet of 12×12 paper. The lapels are hand-cut, and the bowtie clips on to close the bag with a little clothespin.

Get the Goods:

Halloween arrange a wreath Stampin Up DIY cardmaking supplies papers rubber stamps ink

As if you needed another excuse to get the Arrange A Wreath bundle, here is a Halloween version! Layering Pumpkin Pie and Gorgeous Grape cardstock with Basic Black Glimmer Paper makes for a gorgeously elegant card even before you emboss the background with the new Cobwebs 3-D folder.

Get the Goods:

Halloween arrange a wreath Stampin Up DIY cardmaking supplies paper rubber stamps ink

Our last project for today is SO quick you could easily make enough for the neighborhood! Or at least everyone in the office. Buy yourself a bag of Hershey's Nuggets (better yet, buy two!) and eat a couple before tackling this job!

Halloween nugget holder treats apple pumpkin builder punch Stampin Up Lyssa DIY

Halloween DIY candy corn paper crafting scrapbook embellishment treat bags holder Stampin Up

Stamp and punch out two pumpkins with the Harvest Hello stamp set and Apple Builder punch per treat. Then cut a strip of 1.25 by 5.5 inches long (any color of cardstock, mine happened to be Pumpkin Pie). Score at .5, 2, 3.5 and 5 inches.

Halloween nugget holder treats apple pumpkin punch Stampin Up Lyssa DIY

Adhere a Nugget to the middle panel with two glue dots, then fold the strip into a triangle around it. Adhere the flap at the top, then add your pumpkin punches to either side along with a stem and leaf. SO CUTE!

Get the Goods:

Penni and I are holding a Mystery Hostess Party!

Place a Stampin Up order with us using the code: AMKYN4PY during this week's blog series, and we'll draw one name at random to win the hostess benefits plus some of the projects from the photos. Everyone else who participates will receive a handmade Halloween card in the mail and a free month of My Layout Library! Offer open to US residents only, sorry.

Wasn't that fun? And we've got more up our sleeves for tomorrow! Thanks for stopping in to the blog today–don't leave without signing up for my once-weekly newsletter with the best of the week's projects plus all the news and announcements in one easy-to-find location. Subscribe for free!

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