Saturday, 24 October 2015

Witchy Mouse

I have another Halloween treat bag to share today...using another of the cute images from the 'Be very scared!' set by Penny Black. I combined it with some spotty paper is from the 'Breeze' pad by My Mind's Eye and some Core'dinations 'Black Magic' card, that I'd embossed using a Cuttlebug Pumpkin folder, then sanded to reveal the orange core. I inked all of the edges using 'Black Soot' Distress Ink, then distressed the edges a little before adding some faux stitching using my CutterBee Bug and  black gel pen.


Challenges for this treat bag:

12 comments:

Wendy L said...

Such a sweet bag, thanks for joining us at MAWTT. xxxx

brenda said...

A super gift bag for our colour theme this week Helen, many thanks for joining in at Allsorts challenge.

B x

Nathalie said...

Adorable Halloween bag. I love your witch mouse. Thanks for playing with us at Fussy & Fancy challenge.
Nathalie DT

Anet van Zyl said...

Such a lovely project Helen, but at CC & CC we only do cards. We would love to have you make one and share it with us. Anet DTx

Linda said...

Adorable, cute idea to make a bag. Thanks for playing at The STamping Boutique, good luck

Theresa Burnham said...

love it. hope it gets filled with wonderful treats for its proud owner.
Thank you for joining us at The Crafters Cafe challenge.

Tina Henderson said...

What a cute treat bag! I love your image and papers! Thanks for joining us at 4 Crafty Chicks this week!
Tina - DT

Craftnut said...

Great card for our theme at allsorts Tracy x

Cindy said...

Cute gift bag. Love the image! Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Catz.

Cazro said...

Such a super cute card. Thanks for joining us at Fantasy Stampers Caz DT.

Maria Simms said...

Really sweet image, lovely project! Perfect for our Animal Antics theme at Fantasy Stampers, thanks for joining us. X

cotnob said...

Such a lovely gift bag, and adorable Halloween image.
Thank you for joining us at A Gem of a Challenge.
Pauline
x
I have candy on my blog if you would like to take a look - http://craftingwithcotnob.blogspot.co.uk/