Pop Up Halloween Treat Holder

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Another video tutorial! This one is inspired by ChicnScratch, I caught her video tutorial on these candy holders while surfing on youtube, and wanted to make my own version with CTMH materials. I decided to add the pop-up feature to make it more interactive. As usual, you can enjoy my fabulous acting skills and laugh at how ridiculous I'm willing to make myself... all just to entertain you.


Janelle said...

Another fabulous tutorial. I enjoy your creativeness and your sense of humor. I also love the background on your blog today! It looks just like the curtains in my craft room. :)

Tresa Black said...

Thanks Janelle!
Your craft room must be gorgeous!

Trinka said...

Thanks for sharring this...I have a crop/class this weekend. I think I will make these for the girls coming~

SusieB said...

Tresa....you are such an inspiration to me! I love your tutorials and of course your sense of humor!!!! Keep the great projects comin!

HaleyD said...

You are indeed the STAMP GODDESS!!!!!! Thanks for another installment of Fabulously Artsy. You rock!

Anonymous said...

Tresa, I loved your tutorial for the pop up halloween treat holder. I'm thinking about doing them for nick's class. I even showed it to Don and he thought it was funny, he said " I didn't know she was so good" But I did. Thanks for always inspiring me.


Anonymous said...

I totally love these! I am going to make them tonight!!!

Anonymous said...

That is awesome! Wouldn't that be so cute to make in a Christmas theme and number them on the front to do a candy countdown (Advent style) but with ornaments on the Christmas tree?!


I'm so inspired right now!

2tontansy said...

I want to thank you for your great instructions. I made 30 of these for Halloween. I sent some with my son for preschool. Then before I left for the hospital because I was in labor, I made sure I sent the rest with my daughter to school for "show and tell" because her class wasn't handing out treats. But I couldn't resist sending these with her. The kids in both classes loved them, and the teachers thought they were pretty neat too. I enjoy reading your blog, and getting such great ideas and instruction from you. You truly are a very talented lady. Thank you for sharing with scraplifters like me.

Nancy Ward said...

Today I posted an entry on my blog with a lik to this video.

I'd appreciate your letting me know if that's OK.


Nancy Ward

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