Now we are into October I got to thinking about some Halloween treats to leave at the front doors of our neighbors…so I decided to come up with a way to hang treats onto front door knobs & handles and this is what I created…
This cute treat holder is sized to hang on a door knob and has a pouch in the front that is perfect for filling with Halloween Boo’s or Secret Sneeky Santa treats for friends, kids, neighbors & co-workers – they are fun and are very affordable to make and fill…each is made from just one sheet of 12 x 12 cardstock plus embellishments…read on for details and a link to my free printable tutorial below along with my Spooky Blog Candy…
My Door Hanger base is made using a sheet of Elegant Eggplant cardstock onto which I have layered Basic Black…I textured the front piece using the fabulous Spider Web Embossing Folder that you can find on pg 6 of the Holiday Mini Catalog – I love embossing folders because they make it so easy to give a textured look to your projects and they never run out, like papers do…once you have them, you can use them forever!
I used the gorgeous Raven Lace Trim that is featured on pg 8 of the Holiday Mini to wrap around it and tied a bow onto my sentiment tag in the front. My Bats were made using the Bitty Bat Punch (pg 200) and I punched them out of paper from the Wicked Fun Specialty pack (pg 172) and Basic Gray cardstock…
My sentiment stamp is taken from the set Wicked Cool (pg 23) which also features the coolest web, witch legs & hat stamps in it…other punches that I used are all on pgs 200-203 and include the Scallop Edge, Scallop Oval, Large Oval and 1 3/4″ Circle punches…I also used my Circle Scissors Plus & Glass Mat (pg 199) to cut my hole to hang my treat holder onto a door knob.
And then you get to fill it…I put 4 Test Tubes in this one that I plan to fill with lip balms, M&Ms & Jelly Beans and it gives a really, neat & cute look…
Or you can fill it with cookies, Hershey bars or similar like this one…
Cute, eh? The Test Tubes I use are fabulous, especially for kids – they are plastic, have flat bottoms and screw-tops – they come in two sizes and the ones I used here are the small ones which are 4″ tall – you can find more details about them by clicking HERE
WANT THE TUTORIAL SO YOU CAN MAKE ONE OF THESE ADORABLE HANGING TREAT HOLDERS? Click HERE to find my Project Tutorials where it is at the top of the list – in that tutorial you will also find a printable version too!
Now onto the Tutorial Tuesday Blog Candy…leave me a comment and you will be entered into a drawing where one lucky winner will be randomly chosen this Friday morning – that lucky winner will win a Medium sized Decor Elements Spooky Spider – you can see a piccy of him below – just perfect for halloween decor!
Come back on Friday to see if you won and to check out my Festive Friday item for this week…
9 thoughts on “Tutorial Tuesday’s Spooky Treats…”
Awesome idea, Sarah! This could be used for so many different things such as Easter, May Day or just being a great friend or neighbor. Thanks for the tutorial and blog candy offer (hope I’m the “spooky” winner!
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Your door knob treat holders are so cute! I doubt if I would be leaving many on door knobs on our block as we have a college one block down from us. But, wouldn’t that make a great surprise for your mailperson or paperperson? This would be fun at Christmas time but here in Iowa whatever you put in them would probably freeze….gotta think a bit on that! Thanks for the idea and tutorial! Hey, about making them for a nursing home or assisted living center – especially if you could get a scout troop or a group of kids involved?
I’ve seen bottle hangers for treats, but never door hangers. Great idea! tfs
Your Halloween door hangers are way cute!! I know your kids will love them also. Thanks for sharing the tutorial to make these. Also, would love to win the spooky spiddy! TFS
This is rally cute! I am going to try it soon! Thanks!
LOVE checking out your blog each day, such CUTE projects!
i love this project! my daughter wants to make it for her teacher (3rd grade)
i also forwarded your blog to my MIL b/c she loves projects:)
thank you so much for sharing all your great craftiness, your blog is awesome!
What a cute treat holder. Could be used for any occasion. Thanks for sharing this great idea!