I’ve been sharing a lot of Christmas projects lately, so I thought we should switch to Halloween for a few days since it’s coming up quick. I am not a huge fan of Halloween nor do I make many Halloween projects, but I got together with a group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators last week and they shared these fun Halloween crafts

This yummy Jack-o’-Lantern Bowl was made by Lyssa Zwolanek using the Spooky Expressions Black Decor Elements (#117568).

Just apply the Spooky Expressions Décor Elements to any smooth surface–a candy jar, a serving dish, a door–and you have an instant jack-o’-lantern. At only $4.95 for 3 faces and glass bowls from the dollar store, you can afford to give these fun Jack-o-Lantern bowls to all of your friends!

Oh and can I just say that I discovered chocolate candy corn and I am addicted! So yummy.

This card by Wanda says spooky, but it’s really not. I LOVE the spider web background that was made using the Spider Web Textured Impressions Embossing Folder Die (#120889) and the Big Shot.

I don’t know why I didn’t think to take a picture of the inside of this “purse” made by Julie Lamont because when you open it up it is SWEET!! Literally sweet. It has a mini pack of M&Ms in it. Who wouldn’t love that?

If you’re a Big Shot fan, you might recognize that Julie used the Top Note die (#113463) for the main part of the purse and the Frame, Oval Scallop die (#114521) for the handle.

So there you have it, 3 fun Halloween projects for you to create.

If you have considered becoming a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator but think you are not creative enough, never fear. Read my blog long enough and you’ll see that I get my ideas from a variety of sources and know that Stampin’ Up! offers you lots of creative support.

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