Monday, July 9, 2018

Batty Cat Halloween Treat Box!

Great news from Stampendous! The July release has a NEW kind of cling rubber! There's no label like the old kind, picture stays on the acetate liner. Plus, there's are new "Q Sets". Check out the new video to find out some more about them!

The "Q Set" dies leave a little white edge, unlike our other cutting dies. This helps enhance their "cute" look. One die in the set works with most of the sentiment stamps included in the set simply by changing their orientation. These dies are in VERY limited supply, so if you want them, you'd better order them asap!

Meet Batty Cat, who is part of Stampendous' cute new Batty Cat Rubber Stamp Set. When I saw him, I thought he'd be the perfect stamp to adorn a Halloween Treat Box!

Supplies Used:
Stampendous Supplies Used:
Batty Cat Rubber Stamp Set
House-Mouse Designs™Painted Wishes Perfectly Clear™Stamps
Tuxedo Black Memento™ Ink by Tsukineko®

Other Supplies Used:
Copic markers:
 BV23, BV25 N6, N7, N8, V15, V17, YR16, YR18, YG21, YG25
Solar White Classic Crest®  Cardstock by Neenah Paper
White Speckled Navy cardstock (source unknown)
Green cardstock
Wildflower cardstock by My Cardstock
Where Women Cook™ Milk Carton Movers and Shapers™ Die by Sizzix
Circle Nestabilities® die by Spellbinders®
Tim Holtz® Black Soot Distress Ink by Ranger
Washi Tape (source unknown)
Binder Clip (source unknown)
Gingham ribbon by Offray

  1. Stamp the cat from the Batty Cat Rubber Stamp Set onto white cardstock.
  2. Color with Copic markers, fussy-cut, edge with a dark marker, and set aside.
  3. Cut a piece of navy speckled cardstock to 2.25" x 2 7/16".
  4. Tear a scrap of green cardstock and stamp the "Eek!" sentiment onto it. 
  5. Cut the strip to 2.25" x 1/2" and adhere to the base of the navy cardstock.
  6. Adhere Batty Cat as shown.
  7. Stamp the sentiment onto orange cardstock (or white cardstock that has been colored with YR15), then die-cut with a circle die. Edge with Black Soot Distress ink. 
  8. Cut a 12x12 piece of Wildflower cardstock in half, then die-cut each half using the Milk Carton die, so that you end up with two die-cuts.
  9. Adhere the sentiment and image panels as shown.
  10. Adhere Washi Tape to the top edges of the two panels.
  11. Assemble the Milk Carton. 
  12. Cut three coordinating gingham ribbons and thread through a binder clip.
  13. Attach the binder clip to seal the Milk Carton.
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  1. Such a cute box. These would be cute to make for my friends...

  2. Love it. Bookmarked in the web famous (amongst my friends) Halloween folder. Can't wait to give this a try. Too darling little girls live across the street-perfect for their Halloween treats.

  3. Adorable project! Love the kitty!