Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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Time to start creating  some special candy holders for all your favorite Trick or Treaters or to give to coworkers, teachers, family, etc.

Begin by die cutting a notebook die from pattern paper and cutting off one of the covers. If you don’t have a die…that’s okay. Simply cut a piece of paper to measure about 5″ by 5″ or larger depending on the size of your candy bars and score two 1/4″ lines to create fold. Ink edges with black ink. Form the back of candy holder.

Adhere Tombstone to pattern paper; trim edges. Sand with sanding block. Ink edges with black ink.

Repeat by turning prepared Tombstone; adhere, trim, sand and ink edges.

Adhere prepared Tombstone to prepared candy holder back.

Adhere Closed Gate  to top of pattern paper. Adhere to top of Tombstone

Paint top part of Tombstone with paint; dry. Lay Bubble Wrap Stencil to top of prepared Tombstone using black paint; dry.

Stamp prepared Tombstone using Boo! Halloween Planner Stamps.

Adhere border strip to bottom of  prepared Tombstone to top of prepared candy holder. Adhere  Mini Pumpkins to front.

Adhere blank card stock to inside of candy holder to create belly band.

Add favorite candy bars to inside.

Adhere Epherema Card and sticker to inside of candy holder to hid ribbon ties. 

 
Add stickers to front of prepared cover.

Tie Rip…Candy Holder together with bow tie. Happy Halloween Pam

Supplies:
Southern Ridge Trading Company Tombstone
Southern Ridge Trading Company Mini Pumpkins
Southern Ridge Trading Company Closed Gate 
Southern Ridge Trading Company Bubble Wrap Stencil
Authentique Twilight Collection
DecoArt Media Paint: Pyrrole Orange, Cadmium Orange Hue, and Carbon Black
Black Ink
Sizzix Notebook Die
MayArts Orange Silk Ribbon
Blank Page Muse Boo! Halloween Planner Stamp
Candy Bars
Xyron Mega Runner Adhesive 
Black Card Stock
Stencil Brush and Paint Brush

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