2015 Freaky Fridays – Halloween Pencil Holder

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Here is the final project for my 2015 Halloween video series! It is an idea for a non-candy treat for Halloween. But if you need candy, you can fill it with pixie sticks instead.

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Supplies

Measurements
Start with a 12 x 1-1/2 piece of DSP. With the 12″ side at the top of your scoring tool, make a small mark at 4-3/8. Score at 8 and 8-1/8. Turn the paper so that the small side is at the top of your scoring tool and score at 3/8 and 1-1/8. Assemble box, then adhere to a 8-1/4×1 piece of black card stock for stability and extra decoration.

I hope you’ve enjoyed my Halloween series. Check back soon for my Christmas video series!

2015 Freaky Fridays – A Little Something Pillow Box Candy Holder

The 4th project of my Freaky Friday Halloween series is here! I’ve made a little change to the way the standard square pillow box usually goes together to make a fun candy holder.

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Sorry for my cat (his name is Inky) getting in the camera. He loves this project so much! He was in the way while I was trying to take photos of it too!

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Here is the video tutorial:

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Haunt Ya Later Card Candy Box – Freaky Friday Project #3

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The third video in my Freaky Friday series is here! This is a combo card/candy holder. I used the “Haunt ya Later” stamp set and watercolored the images with my ink pads and an aqua painter.

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Supplies

Measurements
Basic Black Cardstock – 10-1/2 x 7
– With longer side at top, score at 1/2, 1-1/2, 2-1/2, 3-1/2, 4-1/2 and 7-1/2
– Turn so shorter side is at top and score at 1 and 6
Vellum is 3×1-3/4
White watercolor paper is 2-3/4 x 4-3/4

Halloween Baker’s Box – 2015 Freaky Friday Project #2

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Here is the second project in my 2015 Freaky Friday Halloween Series. It is a project that goes together easily with few supplies and little waste. It can hold quite a bit of candy and makes a great gift for coworkers, teachers or classmates.

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Sweet Hauntings Self-Closing Treat Box – 2015 Freaky Friday Project #1

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It is time for the first of my 2015 “Freaky Friday” Halloween series. This is a self-closing box that is all gussied up for Halloween treat-giving. I’ve started to see these types of boxes popping up on Pinterest and other photo galleries. They are great because they can easily be opened and closed without tearing up the box. Here is the video tutorial:

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