I made this little "Trick or Treat" bag and I'm amazing I had the chance to photograph it as the girls got their little mits on it as soon as it was finished !!
I used a spider's web Cuttlebug folder to emboss the black card and then brushed some Perfect Pearls all over it to give it a "moon shimmer" !
Tilda the Witch has been coloured with Copics and ProMarkers.
The glitter spider is from a pack of them from Asda
The sentiment is by a set by Inkadinkado.
We look forward to seeing your projects this week. If you need some inspiration, take a look at the DT's awesome projects this week !
Thank you for popping by ! It was great to see you !
I love Tilda's green hair! Jo xReplyDelete
Hi Jo wow what a fab idea might have to make some for trick or treating.ReplyDelete
Love the spider web, dusting it really makes it stand out and shimmer.
Hugs Angie x
Fab make Jo, love the webbing! Joey xxReplyDelete
This is gorgeous and her hair is just amazing very brave!! its great for the theme:) Sandra HReplyDelete
What an awesome treat bag, Jo!!! Love this Tilda and how you've colored her! Spidey gives me the creepy crawlies! LOL! That spider web in the background looks really cool!!! Who wouldn't love to receive a treat bag like this!!ReplyDelete
GORGEOUSSS :-) I love this treat bag, no wonder it didn't last long lol :-) I am sure the girls fought over this ,, did you make 2 ?? :-) LOVE the sparkly spider and am sure the pumpins tasted fab :-)ReplyDelete
Lols x x x
Mmmmm yum! Not surprised this did not last long. It wouldn't in our house either! Tilda looks fab with green hair & I love the cobweb. The spider is a perfect touch. It's brilliant! It's been fun joining you at PTW this month. Only 1 more week to go :~( Hope you're keeping well.
Fantastic idea Jo and looks fab! xxReplyDelete
I love this Jo! The green hair, the spider and the web, just awesome :)ReplyDelete
Oh very lovely gift bag! Tilda looks awesome with green hair.ReplyDelete