I have a fun & cute little treat box to show you today – I think that it is super adorable and I just can’t stop looking at it – it just makes me smile!

As soon as I saw the Home Sweet Home Thinlits dies in the Holiday Catalog I knew I could turn that house shape into a coffin – and when I saw those cute halloween cookie cutter shapes, my light bulb went off!

You will find links to the printable/downloadable Project Sheet AND Tutorial that have photos & detailed instructions on how to make this below…look for the red text!

Here it is…what do you think?

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I didn’t get around to making this before now because of working on updating my blog and all that goes along with it BUT I decided I just had to get down and make it at least before Halloween arrives – and it turned out so much better than I had imagined!

The box is made using the house shaped die from Home Sweet Home Thinlits (pg 40 Holiday Catalog) and I added a red liner to the bottom to add that vampire feel!

I stamped Dracula using a stamp from Cookie Cutter Halloween (pg 53 Holiday Catalog) and colored him in using Markers.  The cross is colored using my old Gold Stampin Marker – gold & red just work so well together that I couldn’t resist!

I shaped him using the Cookie Cutter Punch (pg 6 Holiday Catalog) and attached him to a piece of folded acetate so that he moves!  Why?  So that you can move him forwards…

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Fill the coffin with candy…I used candy corn…I am completely addicted to the stuff!!!

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Then fold him back down again…

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And close the lid…

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I decorated the lid using stamps from Jar of Haunts and Cookie Cutter Halloween and used a piece of Halloween Night Bakers Twine to hold the lid closed…

I absolutely LOVE it and I think that both kids & adults would love to receive!

WANT MY FREE PROJECT SHEET FOR THIS PROJECT?  Click HERE to find it – then you can download it or print it out to keep for easy reference!

OR GRAB MY FREE TUTORIAL – I also made a step-by-step, much more detailed printable/downloadable Tutorial with photos all the way through it  – Click HERE to find it!

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Here are the supplies I used to make this treat – click on any of the products below to find them in my Stampin’ Up! online store:

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Price: $110.00

Thanks for stopping by – wishing you a wonderful weekend!

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One thought on “Home Sweet Home with Dracula in his coffin…

  • October 28, 2016 at 6:30 pm
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    OMGoodness! This is adorable! Thank you for sharing!

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