Last Minute Halloween Treat Boxes with Xyron

Halloween is tomorrow!!!
Never fear if you are still wanting to create a few special treat boxes for your extra special trick or treaters, class party or just in general for family, friends, co workers etc. 

I created a few for my grandkids to mail out to them in a matter of a few minutes using premade pillow treat boxes. 

Begin by cutting 2 pieces of Halloween pattern paper; run through the Xyron Creative Station with Permanent Adhesive.

Lay pillow treat box on top of adhesive side; press down. 
Trim edges off at opening. 

Repeat on opposite side. 
Ink edges with black ink. 

Add favorite candies inside of prepared pillow box. 
Shape pillow box. 

Cut belly band and borders to go around pillow treat box. 
Adhere to prepared pillow treat box. 

Punch different sizes of circles from Halloween paper; run circles through Xyron Disposable 3″ Sticker Maker.

Wrap ribbon around prepared pillow treat box; tie bow. 
Layer adhesive layered circles together; add over ribbon bow using pop dots. 

I hope you are inspired to create fun pillow treat boxes through the year using Xyron products.
 Enjoy Pam

Supplies: (linked for your convivence)

Xyron Creative Station with Permanent Adhesive
Xyron Disposable 3″ Sticker Maker
Premade Pillow Boxes
Scrap Halloween Paper
May Arts Ribbon
Black Ink
Pop Dots

DISCLAIMERS



This blog is compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites, and various other topics. Even though the owner(s) of this blog receives compensation for our posts or advertisements. I always give my honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with each manufacturer, provider, or party in question.This blog contains affiliate links, clicking and shopping through these links helps to support and run Pam Bray Designs – Scrapbook Flair Blog at no additional cost to you. Today’s features are Xyron Products. 

Regions Beyond Mixed Media Tag with Xyron

Hello Xyron Fans!!!! 
I am so excited to be able to  start creating some fun Halloween projects! 
Today I am sharing how to create my Regions Beyond Mixed Media Tag using Xyron fabulous adhesive and a bit of Tim Holtz products. 

Begin by running a piece of pattern paper through the Xyron Creative Station Lite with Permanent Adhesive.

Remove pattern paper from adhesive sheet and add to tag front.

Run orange card stock through Xyron Creative Station Lite with Permanent Adhesive

Die cut the intricate Sizzix Tangled Twig die. 

Carefully remove Tangled Twig cut from adhesive sheet; add to front of tag. 

Adhere small border strips to top and bottom of prepared tag using Xyron Mega Tape Runner with Permanent Adhesive.

Adhere to chipboard.

Die cut Sewing Room pieces from prepared chipboard and pattern paper. 

Run smaller pattern paper die cuts through Xyron 1.5″ Sticker Maker with Permanent Adhesive.

Apply green alcohol ink behind transparent wings; adhere to back of prepared dress form. 
Adhere prepared dress form to top of tag using Xyron Mega Tape Runner with Permanent Adhesive.


Die cut pattern paper parts for dress form and small fussy cut bug through Xyron Creative Station Lite with Permanent Adhesive.
Remove prepared pieces from adhesive sheet; adhere to dress form. 

Adhere flower, bows, and metal to waist of prepared dress form. 

Adhere metal to side of prepared tag.

Add fussy cut bugs to bottom of tag. 
Add second similar bug to top of fussy cut bugs with pop dots. 

Add bows to top of tag. 
I hope you are excited to create Fall and Halloween Tags this year using your favorite Xyron products. 
Enjoy! Pam

Supplies: (product linked for convenience)
Xyron Mega Tape Runner with Permanent Adhesive
Xyron Creative Station Lite with Permanent Adhesive
Xyron 1.5″ Sticker Maker with Permanent Adhesive
Sizzix/Tim Holtz Tangled Twigs Die
Sizzix/Tim Holtz Large Tag and Label Die
Sizzix/Tim Holtz Sewing Room Die
Tim Holtz Region Beyond Halloween Paper
Tim Holtz Transparent Wings
Tim Holtz Halloween Adornments
Tim Holtz Halloween Token
Tim Holtz Halloween Ideology Adornments
May Arts Black and Green Ribbon
May Arts Tan Twine
Prima Flower

Green Alcohol Ink
Pop Dots



DISCLAIMERS

This blog is compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites, and various other topics. Even though the owner(s) of this blog receives compensation for our posts or advertisements. I always give my honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with each manufacturer, provider, or party in question.This blog contains affiliate links, clicking and shopping through these links helps to support and run Pam Bray Designs – Scrapbook Flair Blog at no additional cost to you. Today’s features are Xyron Products. 

Trick or Treat Box with Authentique

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Authentique Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more HERE!.
Are you getting excited!!! Halloween is right around the corner and it is time to start thinking about our special trick or treaters. I always look forward to making a few special treat boxes for the neighborhood kids and of course the grandkids to receive when they stop by.

This year I am covering small Notebook boxes that I die cut out with Authentique Tricky Pattern Paper and chipboard. (Any small narrow box will work.)

Trim small strips of the Tricky pattern paper to the front of covered box. Die cut Ornate Frame out of Tricky pattern paper and chipboard; adhere journal piece behind the frame and adhere to top of prepared box.

Die cut small flowers from pattern paper; adhere to top of frame. Fussy cut bats from journal pieces; add to front of prepared box.

Add metal spider to front of frame.

Add small metal knob to box.

Cover candy bar with matching paper from the Tricky pattern paper.

Punch pumpkin from journal paper along a larger circle from matching pattern paper. Fussy cut borders from pattern paper to form stem.

Create a Bat Planner Clip using two die cut flowers and fussy cut bats.

Add bat planner clip to top of wrapped candy bar. Glue ribbon handle to prepared box. Fill prepared box with pencils and wrapped candy bar.

Thanks for stopping by today! I hope you are inspired to grab some Authentique Halloween Collections to create some fun Halloween Treat Boxes this year. Hugs Pam
Supplies:
Authentique Tricky Pattern Papers
Sizzix Notebook, Ornate Frame and Romance Flower Die
Chipboard
Candy Bar
Paper Clip
Metal Spider and Knobs
Ribbon
Xyron Tape Runner
Xyron Creative Station and 9″ Permanent Adhesive

"Wicked" Sign with Graphic 45

ARE YOU READY FOR OCTOBER!!!
Halloween, skeletons, bats, mice and other “Rare Oddities”!!!
Today I am on the Graphic 45 Blog along with my fabulous team Nico!!!
Make sure to check out his fabulous project and leave us a bit of love on the Graphic 45 Blog!!!

Check out How to Create a Wicked Sign With Graphic 45 Rare Oddities by Pam Bray on Snapguide.

If you haven’t started following the Graphic 45 Facebook or blog make sure you take the time to do that…there are so many fabulous designers as well as challenges, favorite projects found on Facebook and lots more!!! 

I hope I have inspired you to go to your local craft store to pick up a few letters and chipboard strips to create a fabulous sign for your home using Graphic 45 Rare Oddities Collection!!! 
Hugs Pam

Supplies:


                                               Rare Oddities 12″ x 12″ Collection 

                                               8″ Photo Studio Chipboard Letters 

                                            Sizzix Pansy Flower Die 

                                            Floral Fall Stems 

                                         Small Bats 

                                        Metal Frame 

                                     Adhesive 

                                    Pop Dots 

                                     Metal Brads 

                                        Plastic Skeleton 

                                       Small Jar 

                                       2 1/2″ chipboard Strips
 photo PB Signature.png

Catgirl is Bootiful Halloween Stand with Julie Nutting and PHOTO PLAY PAPER

 Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today!!!
It is the best time of the year….time to start decorating for Fall/Halloween!!!
Are you excited!!! 
I AM!!!
Today I created a fun Catgirl is Bootiful Stand to place on an end table in my living room. 
 I began by layering card stock on to a pre-purchased stand that I found at my local craft store. 
I die cut a piece of the pattern paper using a mixed media Halloween die; added to the stand as my vocal piece for my project. 
 Continuing to layers because I am all about layers. LOL
I added a black patter strip to the bottom of my stand along with the Gothic Gate that I die cut out. 
Mat and layer the “Trick or Treat” journal piece from the pattern paper. 
Add to front of stand. 
Stamp Catgirl on white paper; color with Copic Markers. 
Fussy Cut out. 
Stamp Catgirl on pattern paper to create clothes and leggings. 
Glue fussy cut pieces to front of Catgirl. 
Add bow to waist of dress. 
Place on front of stand with pop dots. 
 Stamp cat on spider web paper from the Bootiful Collection. 
Color cat with markers. 
Fussy cut out and add hat sticker. 
Place on stand front with pop dots. 
Add pumpkin sticker and fussy cut pumpkins to the front of stand. 
 Add banner sticker to top of stand front along with other small sticker pieces. 
 Spray white flowers with spray; dry.
Adhere tulle to top of stand. 
Add prepared flowers and berries along with “Hello October” sticker. 

Add a few more of the prepared flowers, berries, pumpkin and berries to the bottom of stand. 
I hope I have inspired you to get your creative mojo going and make some fun and pretty pieces to decorate your home with or to give as a gift. 
Make sure to check out all of Julie Nutting Stamps from Prima!!!
Hugs Pam
Supplies:
Follow Julie Nutting 
 photo PB Signature.png

Steampunk Spell Travel Trailer Eileen Hull and Graphic 45

This month the Eileen Hull’s Inspiration Team is being inspired by Graphic 45 paper collections to create our Art with Heart projects using Eileen Hulls wonderful dies for the October Art with Heart Challenge.
I am following Eileen Paper Trailer travels as she teaches across the US. 
I knew I had to create a travel trailer so I could travel along with her, lol. Mine is a bit more haunting than Eileen sweet Scotty!!!
Along with my Rare Oddities Travel Trailer I also had to make an Old Jalopy to pull it.
I began by cutting out two to the Old Jalopy pieces along with Make It 3-D pieces from matboard. 
Cut the Old Jalopy and Make it 3-D again using Graphic 45 Rare Oddities pattern paper.
Ink all the edges of pattern paper and place on Old Jalopy and Make It 3-D pieces once the Rare Oddities Truck is made.
(Notice that I cut the back part of the jalopy off to make it look like a truck.)
 I found some fun skeletons at our local craft store so I cut some of them up and added them to the Rare Oddities Truck.  Add a few of the metal handles as the wheels.
The hot air balloon comes from Graphic 45 Steampunk Spells pattern paper. 
Fill the back full of fall foliage and Halloween goodness, along with another skeleton.
For my Travel Trailer…I cut out the mat board and formed my trailer. 
Re-cut the Travel Trailer using Graphic 45 Rare Oddities paper collection, ink all the pieces,  adhere to the trailer. 
Add twine to the edges of trailer.
Die cut Dragonfly using Rare Oddities pattern paper twice, ink edges and layer together at the body.
Bend wings up and add a skeleton to the top.
Adhere to top of Rare Oddities Travel Trailer using a glue gun.
Decorate the Rare Oddities Travel Trailer with more of you fun Fall/Halloween stash.
I hope you enjoyed my Rare Oddities Travel Trailer and Old Jalopy Truck.
Make sure to enter your Haunts and Holiday projects!!!
Check out Art with Heart Challenge HERE for all the details!!!
Supplies: 
Eileen Hull Inspiration Team
I’m so happy to be apart of Eileen Hull Inspiration Design Team and help promote Eileen Hull’s wonderful products that are manufactured with Sizzix. Eileen and Sizzix so generously supply us with so many fabulous Dies and Embossing Folders to work with like those that I’m using today.