Hello and thanks for stopping by today! Today is the September Stampin’ Friends Blog Hop, featuring projects made with a common Halloween theme. Autumn/Halloween is a fun time in our home and I like to have a gift package and coordinating card on hand. When creating a project and a card that I’d like to coordinate, I usually tie the project together with colors or a common theme. Having the precise coordination of a gift set is a personal touch I include into my giving.
September Stampin Friends Blog Hop
measurements for this project
Toil & Trouble DSP scrap for 2 die cuts
Whisper White scrap for die cut
Granny Apple Green cardstock card base: 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
Whisper White cardstock embossed panel: 4 1/2″ x 3″
Toil & Trouble DSP panel: 2 1/2″ x 4″
Halloween Theme Gift Set
Throwing together a quick project is easy when I can coordinate the colors. I had in mind to use Cauldron Bubble and Takeout Treats stamp sets and the new Toil & Trouble DSP. Keeping the colors coordinated with Granny Apple Green and Blackberry Bliss helps the projects compliment one another. Pulling a few die cuts from my scrap bin, things started to come together.
The gift package uses two identical die cuts and this fun patterned paper really stands out! Tear & Tape Adhesive is strong and holds the two pieces together very well. Once the box is assembled, I added a stamped panel and purple twine.
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