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Friday, September 30, 2011


Hello and Welcome to the Trick or Treat Blog Hop!!  The fun begins here at Stop# 1.  We have a fabulous group of ladies (Perfect 10).  Here is a list of bloggers:

(1) Angie: TuttleTime, (YOU ARE HERE)

(2) Sarah: Simply Sarah

(3) Crystal: Rustic Daisy

(4) Natasha: Crafting With Natasha

(5) Alyssa: My Thoughts Exactly

(6) Monica: Scraps 2 Treasure

(7) Elaine: Expressions by Elaine

(8) Mary: Mare Bear Scraps

(9) Wendy and Gilby: Gilby's Craftster

10) Shar: Scrapendipity

If for some reason, there is a disconnect or missing post… Please stop back here to find the next blogger.  

You don’t want to miss out on chances to win one of the following TREATS:

* Tammy Levy from Nesting Pretty is donating a gorgeous necklace

* Digi-Stamp set is worth $5 (winner picks) from Jess Weible at JW Illustrations

* $10 shopping spree from Etsy (any vendor)

Just be sure you leave a comment on each blog and become a follower!

We were challenged to create a fun, quick, and simple Trick~or~Treat card or project.  I am a room mom for my son’s class, so I am desperate to find a quick and easy project to pass out to his class.  I cannot wait to see what everyone has created.  For my project, I created treat holders using CD envelopes…

Here are the supplies I used:

CD Envelopes
4 ¾ inch squares cardstock (insert in envelope)
Halloween character stickers
Halloween ribbon
Halloween Stamps
Pop Dots

 Start with a boring CD envelope...
 Cut out a 4 3/4" square piece of cardstock.
 Add adhesive to the back and slide paper into CD envelope...
 I love my Xyron...I put the ribbon through the machine.  The ribbon becomes like a sticker.  
 The ribbon was cut a little bigger than the width of the envelope so they cut be foleded under and hide under the flap of the envelope.  To add some bling, I used Stickles to fill in some of the dots.  Each envelope I either did the orange, green, or purple dots.  It added a nice accent.
 You can use any Halloween stickers or cut some out on your Cricut.  I found these adorable ones at Archiver's.  They were so colorful and fun...I couldn't resist!
I also found this clear stamp set at Archiver's.  I thought it'd go well with the cute figures.

I made 10 of these in about 2 fun and easy!

Fill with candy or cookies.  I filled mine with Halloween cookies…Fun!
Thanks for stopping by...I hope you enjoy this quick and easy hop.  Good luck on a chance to win "TREATS."  Don't forget to leave a comment here and on every page and become a follower, if not already!  Winners will be announced Monday!

Now, it's time to fly on over to...Sarah.

If a link in this hop is not working, please come back here to see who is the next blogger...All bloggers are listed above.

Hope you have a 
Hauntingly Happy Halloween!!
~ Angie ~


Wendy (aka Roo) said...

Angie, this is brilliant!!! Soo cute & creative!!! Thanks so much for having me on this hop, I love Halloween & I love CANDY!!!
Puppy Hugs!

Pookie said...

yummy cookies. Very cute project wish my archivers was closer. :-)


Debc06 said...

Great idea. Thanks for sharing
debbie_craine at hot mail dot com

Tracy Suzanne said...

Hi Angie! I'm just enthralled with card making. And I love this. Thanks for hosting a fun hop and sharing your great design.

Tracy :) (a new follower)

Shar said...

These are fab ! What a great idea!! Love it, Angie

Angelic Creations said...

Great idea for using CD envelopes!

Anonymous said...

Great ideas! I love your tip about putting ribbon in the Xyron! Vicki E.

Natasha said...

Angie, thanks for hosting the blog hop. There are so many great projects! CD envelopes for cookies, genius!!

Judy said...

What a great, fun, quick idea!! The cookies are perfect:-) I sure do need you guys to help me think outside the box!! Tfs ... I am already a follower...
jejaeb (at) cfl (dot) rr (dot) com

Tam said...

Soooooo cute. Love them!!! Thanks so much for hosting another great blog hop. Such fun!!!

Tam ♥
Nesting Pretty

mjblahnik56 said...

I love this idea will have to do this for my grandkids this year.

Bee's hive said...

This is SUCH a flipping amazing idea! You rock girl, seriously a great idea for not just Halloween but would be great for even bakesales and such!
Love LOve love that Alyssa took my place...Dontya love her?!

Amanda said...

would have never thought of using cd holders for treat bags. :) thanks for the idea.

Elaine said...

Love this idea Angie!
Thanks for having me in the hop!
I am hopping from the car, didnt want to miss it. lol

Cynthia V said...

Very cute idea. Makes fast work out of treat giving. Thanks for sharing. Ü Cynthia V.

Crystal said...

Love this idea!!!! I may have to steal it!! Great spending time with ya last night....luv my scrap-n-ist sistas!!!!

Jana said...

Well now isn't that so clever! I love the idea! Definitely something my 10 year old could help me make for her classmates!
Thanks for sharing!

silvia said...

Fabulous cookie treat bags!! I LOVE them!!

Sarah said...

Great idea I would've never thought. Thanks for hosting such a fun hop Angie.


jennifer said...

Cute ideal! I think I am going to scraplift it for the volleyball team! thanks for the idea!

Theresa said...

What a cute and simple idea!!! I am doing a cookie station at my daughters Halloween party and these will be perfect for them to take them home in.
Thanks for putting on this hop

Babe O'Mara said...

So cute and creative. TFS I'm a new follower.


callyannc said...

This is a fantastic idea Super fun! TFS CallyAnn(follower)

shersl84bed said...

Fun ideas. I'm a new follower

Smiles SHer

the purple muse said...

OMG! I have a ton of these things! Now I know what to do with them! TFS:-)

~Tammy S

tammy dot schmitt at mac dot com