Monday, October 10, 2011


It's time for another MISM project, and this one is a fun (and quick) Halloween treat featuring Stampin' Up!'s "Peekaboo Frames" die (p. 36, Holiday mini catalog) and the Box #2 die (p. 221, Idea Book & Catalog).  The Peekaboo Frames die has five different frames in a variety of shapes and sizes,
and they make fun elements on scrapbook pages, mini album, cards, and projects such as this.  My project began by using the Big Shot to cut the Box #2.  I used a piece of designer paper to cover the lid portion, which is standing up behind the package of pretzels, but the paper doesn't show in the picture.  I then cut two circle frames and a "B" using the Seriff Essentials Alphabet dies.  Circle punches used were the 1-3/8" and 3/4".  A dotted scallop ribbon bow finished off this project!  Obviously, the box could have been stamped or wrapped with designer paper, but keeping things simple made this a very snappy project.  BTW, if you're looking for a delicious, inexpensive treat for the little goblins who ring the bell on the 31st, Walmart has a big box of pretzel packs for cheap!

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