Halloween Treats and Party Favors

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Halloween Treats and Party Favors Created by OMC Designers Whitney & Lindsey
 
Mummy Party Favors

Supplies Used:
· Kit-Kat Bars (or Hershey’s)
· White Paper
· EKSuccess : Jolee's Boutique Dimensional Stickers - Spooky Eyes Stickers
· Inkssentials : Ink Blending Tool - Applicator Foam

· Tim Holtz : Distress Ink Pad - Vintage Photo
· Scotch Tape
 

Instructions:
1. Cut 1” strips of white paper
2. Tape four 1” x 12” strips together
3. Ink the edges with brown ink and the blending tool
4. Tape one end of paper to the back of Kit-Kat
5. Wrap the paper around the Kit-Kat
6. When finished, tape the other end to the back of Kit-Kat
7. Apply spooky eyes

 

Confetti

A simple and fun way to add finishing touches to your table is by making your own confetti! Sprinkled on this table and attached around the edges of the Mummy Plate is confetti made out of Elizabeth Craft Design : Shimmer Sheetz - White Iris and the New Tim Holtz Sizzix Halloween Dies including Candlelight Fright, Mini Bat & Skull, Mini Silly Jack-O-Lantern, Mini Scary Jack-O-Lantern, Pumpkin Jack, and Mini Acorn & Pumpkin. The Shimmer Sheetz work great for confetti because they not only shimmer, but they are also double-sided so you don’t have to worry about which side of the sheet is showing.

Trick or Treat Party Favors


Supplies Used:
Bazzill 12' x 12' Cardstock : Black
Martha Stewart : Classic Halloween Designer Paper Pad
  
Martha Stewart : Punch Around the Page : Spiderweb
Martha Stewart : Elegant Witch Paper Tape

Clear bags
Stapler


Instructions:
1. Cut the black cardstock 4" x 7" and fold in half. Punch the edges of cardstock with the Spiderweb punch.
2. Stick the paper tape in the center of the fold, and cut out the decorative titles from the paper pack.
3. Fill bags with candy and staple the tags over the top of the bag. 


NOTE: These treat bags were intended for adult parties. For parties with children, use discretion with which decorative titles you use.

Spooky Water Bottles


Supplies Used:
Martha Stewart : Classic Halloween Designer Paper Pad

Tombow : Mono Multi Liquid Glue
QuicKutz : Border Embossing Folder : Spider Web

Water bottles 

Instructions:

1. Cut 2" x 10" strips out of the glitter paper from the Martha Stewart paper pack. Emboss the strips using the spider web embossing folder. Wrap the strips around the water bottles. Where they meet, glue a cut out figure head from the paper pack (there are several options to choose from).

Halloween Cupcakes


Supplies Used:
Echo Park : The Apothecary Emporium Paper Pack
Lifestyle Crafts : Crown Cupcake Liner

Tattered Angels : Glimmer Mist - Deep Plum, Black Magic
Martha Stewart : Large Craft Punch - Spider

Martha Stewart : Large Craft Punch - Witch Caldron

Martha Stewart : Large Craft Punch - Trick or Treat

Doodlebug : Sugar Coating Glitter - Black, Purple, Orange
Bazzill 12" x 12" Cardstock : Black
Xyron : 2.5 Create a Sticker

Cupcakes
Crushed Oreos

Instructions:
 
1. Using the Echo Park paper, cut the Crown Cupcake Liners. Cut the balls off of the top of the crown points.  
2. Spray the cupcake liners with the Glimmer Mist, and put the wraps together.  
3. Punch out the different shapes using the various Martha Stewart Punches. Using the Xyron sticker machine, make stickers out of the different shapes, then sprinkle the Doodlebug glitter over the sticker to create sparkly embellishments.  
4. Place the cupcakes in the cupcake liners. Place the sparkly embellishments in the frosting. Sprinkle the crushed oreos over the frosting to make "black dust" on top of the cup cake.
 

Happy crafting!

 

4 comments:

nana of my 3 said...

Oh my Oh my Love them all!!! Great ideas for me to use for Grands. What treats...Yummmmmmmmmm

Holly said...

Just love the mummy Kit-Kat idea! Totally going to run with that one. There to cute to pass out!Thanks so much! Holly
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Scrapycandy said...

LOVE the mummy bars, the cupcake covers and everything else! Just so fun!

Anonymous said...

Your mummy bars are darling!

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