Halloween is coming soon, and this week our design team is featuring treat boxes, bags, and other containers for gifting Halloween treat, not tricks. I also gathered American Crafts Bootiful Night embellishments and a piece of yellow mylar paper by Bazzill. Next, I followed the easy instructions for creating four of the smallest pillow boxes. It was so easy to line up the punch exactly where I wanted it. I cut a square of the mylar paper and hot glued it to the back of the punched out circle. Then I assembled and glued the rest of the pillow box. To embellish this All Hallows Eve box, I hot glued Bootiful Night die-cuts around my punched moon and secured flair to the front with a little bit of whispy, silver thread. Star stickers finish off the spooky scene. This Happy Halloween box is embellished with a Bootiful Night cobweb, more flair and thread, and die-cuts. Here I created a scene by adhering a haunted house beneath the mylar moon. Some stickers and flair finished it up. Trick or Treat says the skull, embellished by stickers and more flair. Are you gifting treats this Halloween. Pull out your template studio and make some easy-fun boxes. We just the transformation from box to basket with a few simple modifications. I think Easter baskets are so much fun. They can be made out of all kinds of different materials—wicker, fabric, plastic—to name a few. With theyou can make a full size Easter basket out of poster board, too. With a quick and easy modification to the Template Studio box and you can create an Easter basket that you can stuff to the brim with sweets and treats. With the Template Studio, you can create Easter baskets big or…extra big. And the Designer Poster Board makes it easy to customize your Easter basket, too. You can also stuff it with chocolate rabbits or any of your other favorite Easter treats. The is perfect for embellishing your Easter Basket and it comes in so many yummy jelly bean colors. This will make a basket that is 5. Use scissors to cut the remainder of the flap completely. This will leave you with a box with an open top. This is what your poster board will look like after you have cut the flaps off of the box. Use a tiny stapler to secure the inside flaps to the inside walls of the box. Create a handle by stapling a strip of poster board to the inside of the box. Trim your basket with fringe or other fun embellishments. Read below to learn how to make your own Halloween Matchbook Mini Album. This has been such a stress reliever. I just took some photos of my youngest daughter all dressed up as Mavis from Hotel Transylvania, and decided to make a simple matchbook mini album to display them using the and some black glitter Designer Poster Board as my base. They stick well to the glitter on the poster board. I used some Dear Lizzy roller stamps to add journaling, and then die cut the stamped phrases to create labels for each photo. Then I added a few gold Sequin Stickers to finish off my album pages. I place brads into the holes of the bottom front flap, and then into the holes of the inside pages to bind the album. I added a few black Sequin Stickers, and stamped the date as my title with a Heidi Swapp roller stamp. This little matchbook mini is easy to make and oh-so-fun. It perfect for showcasing Halloween, birthday, or holiday photos. It would make a great gift album as well. Supplies: Decorative Poster Board black glitter Bat and Moon Punch Die Albums Made Easy Dies—Instagram, Banners Sequin Stickers—Black, Gold Roller Stamps—Dear Lizzy, Heidi Swapp Sticky Thumb Adhesive black ink pad brads foam squares Happy Friday friends. Halloween Candy Boxes Combine the with the and some Halloween themed dies to create these unique boxes for trick-or-treaters. Caramel Popcorn Treat Bags Our are perfect for holding some homemade caramel popcorn to hand out to Halloween party guests. Find more photos, details, and the delicious recipe on the blog. Halloween Gift Boxes Make custom gift boxes with the and ourand fill them with baked goods or seasonal gifts for teachers, friends, and neighbors. Spider and Bat Goodie Bags Use the to create cute spiders and bats to decorate your Halloween projects. Learn how on the blog. Thanks for stopping by today. Be sure to come back next week for more Halloween project inspiration from our design team. Happy crafting, and enjoy your weekend. I also gathered American Crafts Bootiful Night embellishments and a piece of yellow mylar paper by Bazzill. Next, I followed the easy instructions for creating four of the smallest pillow boxes. It was so easy to line up the punch exactly where I wanted it. I cut a square of the mylar paper and hot glued it to the back of the punched out circle. Then I assembled and glued the rest of the pillow box. To embellish this All Hallows Eve box, I hot glued Bootiful Night die-cuts around my punched moon and secured flair to the front with a little bit of whispy, silver thread. Star stickers finish off the spooky scene. This Happy Halloween box is embellished with a Bootiful Night cobweb, more flair and thread, and die-cuts. Here I created a scene by adhering a haunted house beneath the mylar moon. Some stickers and flair finished it up. Trick or Treat says the skull, embellished by stickers and more flair. Are you gifting treats this Halloween. Pull out your template studio and make some easy-fun boxes. Supplies Used: Happy Friday We R fans. Thanks for joining us this week for Back to School Week. Back to School Planner Pocket Page We love this school-themed planner pocket page. What a genius idea to add pencil shavings with the. Check out the original post on our blog. Teacher Appreciation Banner Create quick and easy teacher appreciation decor with thetheand other We R tools. Get the how-to on the blog. Teacher Gift Box Let your teacher know how special she is with an interactive gift box full of classroom essentials. Full instructions can be found on our blog. Owl Teacher Gift Bag This cutie is one of our most popular back-to-school blog project. Learn how to make one with the on the blog. Thanks so much for joining us today. We hope your first day of school is awesome. Happy crafting, and enjoy your weekend friends. Hello there We R friends. Create a giant flower backdrop with the, and some. This giant flower backdrop is perfect for a luau, summer pool party, a bridal shower, a wedding, a baby girl shower, a tea party, and more. Then follow the directions to cut out and score your flower petals using the flower template guide. Fold the score lines as explained in the instructions, and we r memory keepers template studio the petals with a strong adhesive. I recommend hot glue for this project, and the is my favorite. No limiting cord to worry about. For a video tutorial on making flowers with the Template Studio, visit our YouTube channel. Layer multiple flowers for more dimension and color. Then add a loop of twine to the back for hanging. Roll up the paper and secure it with hot glue or another strong adhesive. Then curl back the fringe to add some dimension and texture, and then hot glue it to the center of the flower. Make several flowers in different sizes and styles for a show-stopping backdrop for your next event. Supplies: Hello We R fans, here. Today, I am going to share with you how to create a custom gift bag for a baby gift. It would be perfect for a baby shower or a new mom. You can customize the colors and size to perfectly fit your gift. To create the gift bag you will need the Template Studio with the gift bag guide. The Template Studio works with poster board sized paper. We R Memory Keepers has so many beautiful to choose from. I chose a pretty for my bag. You will use the straight guides to cut your paper to the correct size. I was able to get them both cut out of the same piece. Use the gift bag guide and the instructions to we r memory keepers template studio notches in the bottom of the bag. Then you will need to score the bag in several spots to be able to we r memory keepers template studio it properly. To create the larger bag, repeat the steps on both sheets of posterboard. Trim off the excess from the corner with the small fold. This is where you will attach your bag together using strong adhesive. Fold the bag on all the score lines. Attach the sides of the bag together and use adhesive on the bottom. I used my Crop-A-Dile to punch holes at the top of the bag to thread some ribbon through. I attached it to the front of the bag using adhesive squares. Then I added an adorable gold puffy heart. Since there are so many different designer poster boards, you will be sure to find exactly what you need to create any kind of gift wrap for that special baby shower. Supplies: Ribbon Hello We R Fans. While I have made the cookies in the past look great with patterned paper, I thought, why not take it up a notch and make huge fortune cookies!. we r memory keepers template studio These cookies were a snap to make with the and. To make them large, I used 22×28 Designer Poster Board in different colors. After trimming the paper to size, according to the instructions included with theI cut the circle out using the guide and blade. The instructions come on convenient cards that can be kept together with a loose-leaf ring, making it simple to create your shapes. Tip: Roll and create waves with your circle of paper before attempting to create the cookie. This will get the fibers in the paper loosened. Doing this will allow the paper to bend more easily during the next steps. Fold the paper in half, as shown, but do not crease. I found that placing the edges of the circle between my knees made it easier to hold onto when creating the dent. Touch the two outside ends together and adhere with a. Other liquid glues and dry adhesives will not keep the sides together. To create the fortunes, the Mini Alphabet Punched help me create love phrases. I adhered the letters to strips of white cardstock. After determining how far out the fortunes needed to stick, I adhered the strip to the outer edge of the fortune cookie. How you would use your fortune cookies. Kimberly Supplies: 3×5 Metallic Paper Pad 12×12 White Bazzill Cardstock.