MFT Previews, Day 4 – Open if You Dare

Hi everyone!  I’m back today with another sample using My Favorite Things‘ August release.  Today I have a cute spider card (if you agree that is possible) along with a coordinating treat bag. :)

To create the sentiment on my card, I used one of the Trick or Sweet labels, stamped in new Sweet Tooth Pigment Ink then white embossed.  The label was then die-cut using the circle from Layered Treat Tag Die-namics and popped up on foam tape.  (Both the Trick or Sweet stamp set and Layered Treat Tag Die-namics will only be sold in the MFT Boutique.)

The spiders (from Paper Bag Peek-a-Boos) and chevrons  (from Peek-a-Boo Chevrons) were die-cut from Limeade, Grape Jelly and Black Licorice card stock.


On the inside, I stamped BOO in Black Licorice ink. The spider was die-cut from the white panel, creating a spider “window,” allowing the black to show through.

To create the matching bag, I die-cut two Paper Bag Treat Box pieces, scored and folded along the embossed lines and adhered the two using X-Press It Double-Sided tape.  Before assembling the bag, I die-cut the spider and web using Paper Bag Peek-a-Boos, drew in the string and adhered a panel of Grape Jelly card stock to the inside.  BOO was stamped in Sweet Tooth Pigment Ink and white embossed.  Lastly, the sentiment strip was die-cut using Fishtail Flags STAX.

Don’t forget to check out the MFT blog for direct links to more samples, details regarding the August 6 release and info on TEASER PRIZES!

Thanks for stopping by!  I’ll be back tomorrow!  :)

Stamps: MFT Trick or Sweet   Ink: MFT Black Licorice, Sweet Tooth  Paper: MFT Black Licorice, Sweet Tooth, Limeade, Grape Jelly   Accessories: MFT Peek-a-Boo Chevrons, Paper Bag Peek-a-Boos, Layered Treat Tag, Blueprints 6, Fishtail Flags and Paper Bag Treat Box Die-namics, X-Press It Foam Tape, Inkssentials white opaque pen, white embossing powder, Corner Chomper.  Finished card size 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″.  Bag size 2 1/2″ x 3 3/4″ x 1 1/2″.

27 Responses to MFT Previews, Day 4 – Open if You Dare

  1. Your card and bag are adorable. The different color spiders make them less creepy lol

  2. Love the colors of your wonderful projects.

  3. Christine Dearinger

    The treat box is fabulous.Love your bright colours!

  4. Both of your projects are adorable. I love the color combination–it’s good to see a Halloween card without orange on it!

  5. LOVE your colors….so cute!

  6. Cute projects; love the colors and the chevron accent

  7. LOVE the black and lavender! Great job!

  8. Love these examples. The colors are stunning together.

  9. what a great card/treat bag duo. LOVE the colors and those chevrons.

  10. So cute. Love the card & matching bag.

  11. Ooooh, absolutely loving the colour combo!! Fantastic gift set Michele!!

  12. so super spooky cute Michelle

  13. Wowser, what a cute card and bag. Who would have thought green and purple spiders would be so stinking cute! Great job!!!

  14. Boy, I really love the card and gift bag. I will have to reconsider adding the dies to my ever growing list.

  15. Love it! I love anything spidery!

  16. Really nice duo. I like your take on the new MFT products. Thanks for the inspiration. I’m really counting down the days to get my favorite products and play along :)

  17. Oh my, that spider is just too cute.

  18. Really like the treat bag and card! The colors are great.

  19. Great cards and bag. Love the colors too

  20. What fun Halloween projects. This is one of my favorite holidays to decorate for. Love that cute spider and web and bag die.

  21. Grape jelly and limeade! A match made in heaven for sure! Fun projects! I am loving the little treat bags!

  22. love all the purple & the absence of orange

  23. Love the green and purple combo. Such a classy halloween group.

  24. I really love these Halloween colours and dies. Lovely.

  25. Awesome card and gift bag.

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