12 Weeks of Halloween 2017 Week 8

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The Halloween Treat Pocket is the 8th project for the 12 Weeks of Halloween 2017.

I made it using a 6 x 6 piece of  Spooky Night Designer Series Paper ... that means you can make four of these out of one sheet of Designer Series Paper!

I used the Labels to Love Stamp Set with the Everyday Label Punch and finished it off with the Vintage Crochet Trim and Black Rhinestones.

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Date: 2:29 PM | Permalink | Comments (8)

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  1. Lisa Sylvia

    So cute, love that it’s a pocket.

  2. Denise Bryant

    Darling treat pocket… hope to watch on FB live!

  3. Dolores North

    I made this last year using different DSP as Thanksgiving favors. I put ghirardelli mints in them. It was a great hit.

  4. Jenny s

    Boy, that was fast

  5. Michelle

    Hi Angie Hope you,Dave and the kids are doing good. Sorry I been so busy they found a Hernia in my stumache after going ER two time in a month and a day. But this is busy craft fair season so surgen said we wait and he would see me in three months. Smiles. I don’t do well in sergury so I don’t want todo anything now. My belly button not bleeding that much now. Any have a great day and still prays for you all.. my friend smiles

  6. Debbie Hughes

    Too cute!! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Susan from Colorado

    Sooo frightfully cute! Thanks Angie!

  8. Peggy Provoost

    I have forgotten about the little pocket. I love that you can use any DSP & that
    it is easy to put together. Thanks for sharing Angie! Peggy

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