31 Days of Halloween – Oct 6

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Welcome!! We’re so excited to have you join us for our 31 Days of Halloween Celebration. Several guest artists are bringing you the cutest, sweetest, trick-or-treat-iest Halloween projects. We’re thrilled to include alumni from our Design Team and other artists that love featuring our products. So far it has been  booooooooo-tiful! In case you’ve missed any of it, here are the links for the first week.

October 1, October 2, October 3, October 4, October 5

Today, our own Tammie Wilson created some darling treat bags for your Halloween boys and ghouls. These would be adorable for offering treats at the office, handing out at a party, or even giving to the little spooks that come door to door. They’re fast, and easy to make several thanks to the matching cutting dies included in the Halloween Label’s Stamp/Die Set. You can click on the image to see the project on our website.

 

Stamped Halloween Label Treat Bags by Tammie Wilson
Stamped Halloween Label Treat Bags by Tammie Wilson

Be sure to take a few minutes to hop around to the other designers’ blogs and leave them some love for a chance to win some great Halloween prizes. Comment before the end of Sunday to be in the first round. Then sit down and make something fun for Halloween and enter it in our challenge! Your project must be family-friendly, and winners must have a U.S. mailing address, but we’d love to see projects from everyone.

To enter, post a project online and then click below to enter the link. If you can’t host your own project, Stampendous can do it for you, just email your link to submissions@stampendous.com.

Official Contest Rules are always here.

14 thoughts on “31 Days of Halloween – Oct 6

  1. Absolutely love these! Perfect little treat bags for Sunday school class, or any classroom, for that matter. Thanks so much for sharing. I might just make some up to pass out on Trick or Treat night. Don’t get many kids where I live, so definitely doable. 💗💗💗

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  2. Our neighborhood is aging so there aren’t many
    trick/treaters out anymore. Several families do have
    grandkids that come by and these bags would
    be fun to give them their treats. thanks for
    the idea. Happy halloween
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com
    IL

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  3. We get about 500 trick or treaters each year! Seriously. But I like to make great bags for the ladies in my Bible study group. Thanks for the ideas…

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    • Sharon, we live on a corner in a family neighborhood, so we get a couple hundred ourselves. We love to decorate, and dress up and sit outside, and our Black Lab adores watching the kids go by in their costumes. She says hello to each one.

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