Saturday 3 September 2016

Halloween Treats, A Video Tutorial and WIN A Whole Box of Mini Tic Tacs on this Jems Blog Hop Day

Hello there and welcome to this months Jems Blog Hop! You may have hopped here from the lovely Sharon's blog or you may have come straight here, either way, I do hope you will follow the hop all the way around as you're sure to see some amazing ideas and inspiration! Today we are all focusing on the new Autumn/Winter catalogue  which went live just 2 short days ago :-)
I've made a start on some cute Halloween treats that I designed to decorate some Mini Tic Tacs I bought in the duty free shop again this year :-) (I have previously made little pockets for them {HERE} using the envelope framelits, now retired) But more on the tic tacs at the end of this post...
Let's take a look at these Halloween treats..
I have so far used the Dracula, Skeleton and Mummy stamps from Cookie Cutter Halloween but wouldn't they be fab in Christmas designs too???
 They are designed to work with the Cookie Cutter Builder punch so no fiddly cutting out! Winner!
TIP: The punch is 10% cheaper with the Cookie Cutter Christmas bundle!
So, here's a super quick video sharing the measurements and a few tips to make these spoooookily good treat holders..
Don't have any mini tic tacs to decorate? Well, place an order with me either online or directly (over £25, before post) or come to a card class during September and I will add your name into my prize draw to win your own box of 60! Plenty to get you started on those Halloween (or Christmas) treats ;-) *One entry per order or for a September class place, but there's no limit to the number of times you can order.
Please note: The Tic Tac prize draw is in addition to the free gift received with orders using the September shopping code so don't forget to use it when you order too ;-)
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So, which are your favourites so far from the A/W catalogue?
So, now it's time to hop over and see some more wonderful ideas by Julie or go back to Sharon :-)
Thanks for looking!

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