Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Skipping Stones Designs sketch 94

Hi everyone! Welcome back for another Skipping Stones Design Tuesday where every Tuesday we bring you a new sketch to try out. This weeks is another sketch by the fabulous Amy Sheffer!

I used the sketch and Skipping Stones Design Halloweenies set to create Boo Bags. My boys love going and "booing" their friends during the Halloween season! 



Instead of two stripes I used three to mimic candy corn. To create the spider web, I twisted tulle tightly. Gotta love tulle! 

The spiders are super easy to make. I have a tutorial for them up on my blog...HERE


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18 comments:

~amy~ said...

super CUTE idea!

Kathy Martin said...

OMGoodness...these are fabulous! :)

Jingle said...

Hello, Wendy. I love this. That's all. Thank you. Have a good day. Buy, now, Wendy.

Crafty Math Chick said...

These are awesome! I love the candy corn all over them and that cute spider. I hope to start this tradition in our neighborhood this year also!
~Meredith

Jan Garber said...

Ohhh, kids would love this idea!

Lindsey said...

These bags are terrific, Wendy! Love how you did the strings of cobwebbing.

Karen B. said...

These are way too cute, and they just make me smile. Thanks for the smile today!

Barb's Boys Inspired said...

These treat bags are so cute! Love the 'web' and the candy corn! Perfect!

nicoleqmullen said...

These are just adorable! I would love to be able to get candy corn over here in Ireland to try it, it looks so cute and yummy!!

Wendy said...

Halloween doesn't get any cuter than this!!! I love it!!!

Tiffany said...

Eeks!! Super cute design, love how you translated the sketch onto goody bags, fabby idea!

Scrappychick said...

Frickin' adorable!! Love that you used the sketch for a bag!!

Wendy said...

Love your treat bags Wendy, they are awesome!

Rose Ann said...

OMgosh...these are way too cute, girl!! Love the google eyes and long legs!! So much fun, and adorable too!!

jo (http://joboogie.typepad.com) said...

So CUTE! I have to do this for my kids! :)

Melinda Gleissner said...

Your take on this sketch is pure genius! Love, love, love your bags. You never cease to amaze me with your creativity.

Katie Gehring said...

I love these! What a great take on the sketch and use of the set!!

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