12 Weeks of Halloween 2015 Week 5

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The Spooky Berry Basket is the 5th project for the 12 Weeks of Halloween.

To make this box I used a 6-1/2 x 6-1/2 sheet of Basic Black card stock ... with the Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper  ... they measure 2-1/4 x 1-3/4 and you need four of them.

The image is from the Among the Branches Stamp Set and I stamped it with the brand new Basic Black Ink featured in the Holiday Catalog.

I used the Very Vanilla Thick Bakers Twine to tie the sides together.

Here's a video on how to make the 12 Weeks of Halloween Week 5 .....CLICK HERE to watch the video on my Chic n Scratch website.

Click here to download the Tutorial

Stampin' Up! Supplies

  • Stamps: Among the Branches 139823
  • Ink: Basic Black 140931
  • Paper: Basic Black 121045, Happy Haunting DSP 139584, Very Vanilla 101650
  • Accessories: Very Vanilla Thick Bakers Twine 138411, Simply Scored Scoring Tool 122334, 2” Circle Punch 133782, 1/8 Handheld Circle Punch 134265, Stampin’ Mat 126199, Dimensionals 104430
  • Measurements
    Basic Black: 6-1/2 x 6-1/2 - Score @ 2” on all four sides
    Happy Haunting DSP: 2-1/4 x 1-3/4 (4 pieces)
    Very Vanilla: 3 x 3 (2” Circle)

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Date: 11:38 AM | Permalink | Comments (97)

Comments

  1. meghan

    great box

  2. Shanna Chambers

    This is such a cute box, I love it!!

  3. Kathy M

    Cute…I’d try some fray check or something on that twine….

  4. Yeppie! I needed a little Angie lovin’ in my day! LOL

  5. Linda Saramago

    Love it! Just received my order from the holiday catalogue, have to make one with my new goodies!!

  6. BTW – you could use a tapestry needle or crewel needle to thread the twine thru your holes… have a fun trip too!

  7. Teresa Renken

    Love the idea I will use that idea for all of my holiday gift giving.. TFS

  8. Kathy O

    Now this is so cute. Love that it only takes a few supplies!

  9. Lesa

    Hi Angie,
    cute, different kind of box. I really like the dsp. Have a nice day.

  10. Pam Schweitzer

    Cute box! Like that it’s a quick and masculine looking project. Alway looking for ideas for the grandsons.

  11. Leslie S.

    Angie, that box is just adorable, I love it!!

  12. Dillie Elliott

    Another quick and simple box. Love projects that are like this.

  13. Jennifer Lubinsky

    I just love it. I just love how well thet coordinate together. This is my favorite holiday.. :)

  14. Charlotte C.

    What an adorable box! And gut friendly too! Thanks

  15. Marla

    How absolutely cute! I just love your boxes!

  16. Sue Melchione

    So cute and I like the quick and simplicity of it. Great for boys and girls. Thanks Angie for all your sharing! Awesome

  17. Debbie Coleby

    Nothin a little spit can’t handle!

  18. Cindy Walter

    what a cute box & simple to put together….love all your projects!

  19. Cheryl Robertson

    Love it! It will be perfect for my grandsons. I wonder if you could make them larger? I’ll have to try it. Thanks for all your videos and great ideas.

  20. Marilyn

    Cute box!! Love the paper

  21. Jane Elliott

    very cute and I just got my Stampin Up delivery today with my Shaker Card Kit, Square Pillow Box Die and Halloween papers…think I’m going to need more Halloween Paper!

  22. Becky W

    So neat, love that font on the word Spooky.

  23. Ruth M.

    Always love seeing these in store. Thank you for the tutorial.

  24. Lisa Sylvia

    OMG, love that box, so darn cute.

  25. Debra

    Really cute! Just the right size for little ones.

  26. Patty Penn

    Angie–good “threaders” for baker’s twine etc are the blue or green plastic dental flossers that you can get at Wal-Mart. I use them for my stamping projects as well as to thread my serger. Hope this helps…..Patty

  27. Kathy

    Very cute box.

  28. Barb Davidson

    Love the box and DSP. Guess I better put an order in. Lol. TFS

  29. Sharon Labedz

    Such a cute box and love the music behind the video.

  30. Roxi

    Wow, you just keep bringing such great projects!

  31. Raquel

    Adorable box so simple and easy. Paper is awesome…thanks Angie.

  32. Kathy Hopkins

    too cute!!! I love it.

  33. JJ Robertson

    What a great idea for keeping this box “dude” friendly for Halloween!

  34. Sue Speigner

    Such a cute box Angie! Thanks for sharing!

  35. KSB

    Once again, you have created a very cute box…thank you!

  36. Wendy Carr

    Cute box this week Angie! I might try this one out!

  37. Sandi

    Cute box, Thank you for sharing

  38. Karol Hall

    This is a really cute box. I am loving this Halloween paper. On my wish list. Just need my fairy god mother to grant my wish.

  39. Sharie Wilson

    This box is so adorable! Love the DSP too, thanks for sharing Angie!

  40. Paula

    Thanks for sharing, really cute boxes!

  41. Alicia Knox

    You made my day! Just got the stamp set yesterday and can’t wait to get crafty tonight! Awesome as usual!

  42. Belinda P

    Love this cute little box and could I have the gummy bears also? Just kidding, but I love all of your projects.

  43. Bonnie G

    Very cute.

  44. Buffy Scott

    Just another precious box to add to my list. I LOVE IT!! Thanks Angie, Buffy

  45. Sally

    Oh I am addicted. This is just a FABULOUS box as were all of your other projects. Thanks for being such a great teacher. How do I order older Halloween stamps?

  46. Mary J Thompson

    That is so cute Angie..so happy you showed us how to make that cuz I didn’t get the berry box die…but now I can make em!!! You are awesome!!! :)

  47. Mary Beth Krakowski

    I love, love, love these little “baskets”. Can’t wait to make some, thanks for the inspiration!

  48. Denise P.

    This is a cool little basket! I really like that it is different, from the norm. Thanks!

  49. Jenny W

    quick box! Love it! such a cute stamp set too. :)

    Jenny W

  50. Mary R

    Hi Angie,
    I like this~ especially how you added the eyes under the oo in the word Spooky. Wonderful black/white combo.

  51. terrie rodrigue

    Holy Cow such a cute but spooky treat box….well done Angie

  52. Denise Heredia

    I love this little box! I will be adding this one to my favorite to make list! Thank you ,Angie!

  53. Denise Bryant

    Love this cute berry basket! Awesome paper and stamp! Very fun Halloween project!

  54. Mary S

    OMG is that a cute box. I love that you share your creative ideas with us. Thanks a million.

  55. Susan Bajdek

    I love this little box. It’s easy to make and will be good for any special occasion.

  56. Carol Wilshire

    Love this box. Thank you for sharing it with us.

  57. Cynthia Tuttle

    Such a cute little box! Plus, the Halloween DSP makes the project absolutely darling! A box that will be cute done up in many other colors and done up for other holidays too!

  58. Charlyn Sales

    Adorable box! Quick and simple.

  59. Paula

    Super Cute!!

  60. laura j

    just love your box projects!

  61. Charlotte L

    I usually don’t do much for Halloween but after watching your video today, I went back and watched the first four weeks. Love your ideas. I am going to make some of these for our coffee group and the gals that I have lunch with every Tuesday. Thank you for the inspiration to bring Halloween back into my life.

  62. Charlotte L

    I usually don’t do much for Halloween but after watching your video I watched the first four. I plan to use some of these for our coffee group.

  63. Deepa

    What a darling little basket – love it! Great way to use up small scraps of DSP also since you don’t need a lot to cover the sides. Thanks for sharing :)

  64. GrammaJoni

    This is my favorite so far.

  65. Nina m.m.

    Hi Angie, I like how this box can be used for any occasion! TFS

  66. Tosha

    I love your “Oh Well” stress free attitude when your crafting, every project seems to be a joy to you. And also that designer paper with the ghost is just too cute.

  67. Sue D

    Very cute –I like the simplicity.

  68. Sharon T

    What a cute idea. Love it.

  69. Phyllis L

    Love this! You always make the directions so easy to understand and do.

  70. Marlene B.

    So quick & cute!

  71. Gloria Maurer

    Beautiful created box. So easy to make and can be used for many ideas. Thank you!

  72. Ilena Christman

    So cute, love the ghostly paper….. Ilena

  73. Buffy Bruno

    So cute that stamp was perfect!

  74. Just adorable! So glad I bought 3 packs of paper. I can’t wait to get started on Halloween.

  75. noreen

    Cute box. But where do u et the per shavings for inside of the box.?

  76. Lynnie

    Another wonderful project. Halloween is my second favorite time of year!!!! Thank you for the tutorials and explanations that go along with each of them.

  77. Sandy from Ca

    I never got to tell you how much I enjoyed your Halloween Berry Box/Basket!!! You kept me company yesterday while waiting for my hubby to have a Cardio Procedure in the hospital and I was scared and all alone :( But you did a wonderful job of keeping my mind busy while the clock went by so very slow!!!!! Thank you Angie :)

  78. Lynn

    Very cute & so easy. Have you tried threading a darning needle and than putting the thread thru the basket corners? If you were making a bunch of them it may be faster. Just a thought.

  79. linda font

    love the box . It was so easy to make.
    I used a dental floss threader to put the twine through.
    thank you
    linda

  80. alyse d

    Hi Angie I just love HALLOWEEN & boxes know this will be a go to box for any time! thank you for sharing!

  81. stamping sue

    I like this box! simple and easy but creative with the knots on each side. thanks for sharing
    stamping sue

  82. Barbaara J

    How cute, and easy to do too

  83. Jan E

    Awesome project…perfect for the dudes!

  84. Peggy provoost

    A new twist on a box love it!! Thanks Angie :). Peggy

  85. Cora

    Love this box! Too cute.

  86. Shirley

    Love how you tied it together such a cute idea. Thank you for sharing

  87. Dawn Thompson

    Your projects are so awesome! Thanks for sharing! Always Always!

  88. Trisha

    Very cute box. Love the paper. This will be a great box for me to make for my child care kiddos. Just thinking how cute it would be with birthday dsp. Thanks for a great tutorial.

  89. Bibi

    OMG, this little basket/project is so stinkin’ cute, thanks for making it and sharing it. Love it.

  90. Mary B

    This is so cute! I’m going to make a bunch of them!

  91. Cindy Smith

    This is so cute!!! I love making Halloween treat boxes and bags and I’ve made everyone of yours!! Thank you…thank you!!

  92. Maggie

    I am addicted to your videos. Keep them coming!

  93. Barbara S

    What a cute little box. Can’t wait to make one to add to the Halloween Countdown collection. Too bad the wood grain embossing folder isn’t bigger, that would certainly add some texture to the “basket”. Thanks for another clever treat container.

  94. Cheri L

    Oh Angie that box is so cute. You always have the best boxes and bags. I already have some ideas from your 12 weeks of Halloween. I will be a busy crafter…Thank you so much for sharing..Love it!!

  95. Teri Feely

    Love, love, love the spooky word stamp! Teri

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