Candy Corn Halloween Treat - Stampin UP! Baker's Box
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PattyStamps Video: Baker's Box Treat Tip

 

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Yes, indeed a light bulb moment.. did you know you can pop open the side of the Baker's Box and it becomes a cute little pour spout!?  Whohooo!  You don't have to untie all your cute packaging efforts to get to the candy treats!

Watch the VIDEO below for all the details and BONUS > 2 Tips for the Spider Web Doilies!

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Comments

Tina B

Hi Patty! Love the cute little Halloween Baker's Box treat. I love how you used both parts of the spider web doily. My tip is that you don't have to take your scissors and cut into the doily and split it so that your outside piece has to be glued or covered up in one area. Just take your snips and place them right up next to the outside of the doily circle and begin cutting around your circle. There are web openings there for your scissors. No need to cut into the outside piece to get to the middle. Then, you have an intact circle of outside web piece to use on another project, not a spit piece. Hope that makes sense. Tina

Susan from Colorado

Well, here's my thumbs up! Great tips for the spider web. Going to have to purchase several packs of them to be sure!! Thanks for sharing Patty!

Peggy Provoost

Awesome idea! Thanks Patty......Peggy

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