Sunday, October 16, 2016

Cookie Cutter Slider Halloween Treat

I have such an adorable treat for you to make for Halloween.  I saw this on Brenda Quintana's blog and fell in love with it!  I had ordered the Cookie Cutter Halloween and Christmas stamp sets along with the punch,  and knew these sliders would be so cute for the folks at the Wellness Center.  Here is a picture of all of them in a basket ready to go.

I made about 40 of them and I was surprised that it didn't take as long as I thought it would.  Check out her video as she does such a great job explaining how to make them.

Here is a closeup of the three designs that I made.  I loved how they turned out.  We have been so busy watching Jennifer a few days this week that I didn't have any time to post.  Later on this week, I'll post some more Halloween cards I made,  My daughter is closing on a house tomorrow, so there is a lot of excitement going on - maybe I'll get my craft room back soon!  It definitely will be quiet here again without the girls and Joey - their Chihuahua!

I submitted this Slider Treat to  Cardz TV Anthing Goes Designer Challenger #2.  Check out all tghe goodies!

Thanks for stopping by,
Nancy, Rachel & Sarah


PJ said...

These are super cute, and spooky sweet☺ Golly my stampin up wish list is crazy big, and keeps growing. I thought I needed this set too, but opted for the jingle bells this time around.. I also like the jar of haunts too. I think you did a fabulous job with your treats and love the display in the basket, perfect for handing out. Congrats to your Daughter on the house. Very awesome, and bonus you get your craft room back☺ I know we are "empty nesting" again for awhile at least.. haha Hope you have a great week.

Leslie Miller said...

These are adorable and I'll bet they were/will be a hit! Sounds like a busy household. Your daughter must be excited about closing on her new house! I hope I'll get my craft room back after today. Moved things for the window installation which didn't happen yesterday after all, but maybe today. Sneaking some "me" time for visiting this morning.