Have you heard of Paper Pumpkin from Stampin’ Up!? It’s like the best form of happy mail! It’s a little box you get in the mail and it have everything you need to finish the project. Stampin’ Up! sent the September kit to me and I so enjoyed it! Some projects are quicker than others to finish, but they are all equally cute! September’s Paper Pumpkin box had these cute Broomstick Treat Bags in them. I had so much fun putting them together!
These are the supplies that came in my box. It included everything I needed to create eight of these cute broomstick treat bags.
I started by opening up my mini paper sacks.
I placed the card in the bottom of the bag to help stabilize it.
Next, I picked up one of the brown paper fringe pieces and adhered it to the bottom of the bags.
This is what it looks like after it’s all on.
Then you need to curl the cut paper sack pieces.
Fill your bag with the candy of your choice.
Add your paper straw, then use the rafia to tie the bag closed.
This part is so fun! You can be so creative because there are so many stamp options. I started by inking the edges of all my tags.
Then I placed my stamps on the block. See how I stamped all three stamps at once. I had them all lined up before, it made it SO easy!
I had so much fun making all different kinds of tags.
Use the orange twine to tie the tags onto the broomstick treat bag.
See, aren’t these so fun?!
I had so much fun putting these together, I can’t wait to get my next Paper Pumpkin kit in the mail. And, since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, check out what they are doing for it! Hurry and subcribe!
The Paper Pumpkin kits for the month of October also come in a pink box. Breast Cancer awareness and research is something close to my heart. Not only is my mom is a breast cancer survivor, but so is my paternal grandmother. When I was pregnant with my first child 12+ years ago, my mom was going through breast cancer. There were scary ups and downs with all that she went through, but I’m grateful that she pulled through it all, and has been cancer free for 12 years. I think it is so important to continue researching breast cancer and find those things that can help it, and hopefully find a cure for it. I’m grateful for amazing companies like Stampin’ Up! and Paper Pumpkin in their efforts to help it as well.
So what do you say, head on over to the Paper Pumpkin site and get your pink box ordered today! I can’t wait to see what is in the October boxes!
Disclosure: Stampin’ Up! sent me a Paper Pumpkin kit in exchange for this post. No monetary compensation was received. I only share products that I use and love with my readers.
Denise/DIY Crush says
This is such a cute Halloween project!! I’d love to invite you to my new link party!! It’s still going on with only a few entries. Three of them get featured this Thursday!! Please come over! http://www.diy-crush.com/blog/4-non-scary-stick-puppet-spider-tutorials/
I really love this idea! The birch printed straws are the perfect replacement for a pencil or a stick! I planned on doing these for a fundraiser we are planning in a couple of weeks and the stamps will fit in perfect!
I hope you will link this great project to our Wake Up Wednesday link party going on now until Friday!
This is such a cute idea! Love this! <3
oh my gosh these are the cutest!
Cindy Eikenberg says
Amy, these are just adorable! Visiting from Reasons to Skip the Housework and pinned! Have a happy Sunday and a wonderful week!
Antonella | White House Crafts says
This is the most adorable project I’ve seen! LOVE IT! Pinning 🙂