Witches Welcome, a Freebie and 40% off!

Howdy! Boy, I am in the Halloween spirit! For the past two weeks I have been listing to a Stephen King audio book (Bag of Bones) while crafting and I think it is beginning to affect my work:

I made this set with my Cute Halloween Digital stamps and the Fun Favor SVG set and guess what? They are on sale along with EVERYTHING in the Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff  shop for 40% off today (Thursday) only!

***Sale in the Lindsay’s stamp stuff Shop extended through Friday night at Midnight****



Holy cow, what a sale! Here is a close up of the sign, I bought a blank sign at the Dollar Tree, covered it with pattern paper using Mod-Podge then added the images that I colored with my copics and cut out with hot glue:

The crinkle ribbon I made with seam-binding and spray ink, The black has a cool shimmer because I used my homemade glimmer mist on it. Tip-If you are in a hurry when making crinkled ribbon use your heat gun to dry it, it makes it crinkle more in fact! Thanks to Cheryl for the glimmer mist on black tip!

Front of the boxes...

Check out these favor boxes, they were made in minutes making them perfect to do for a classroom full of kids. Here’s how to make them:

  1. Open SCAL software and import the round box file from the Fun Favors SVG set.
  2. Click on the text tool and choose the font DB Jack-o-Patterns (which is on sale for $1 at Lettering delights during their dollar days sale and it is the same as the pumpking carving cricut cart, score! You will see other Cricut Look-a-like fonts there too if you poke around a bit!)
  3. Click on a face and slide it on top of the highest round part of the SVG template, resize if needed. click on another jack-o-lantern face and drag it to the bottom circle and rotate it so it is upside down, resize if needed and cut.
  4. Assemble the box as directed in the kit with hot glue or tape. fill with treats and enjoy!

I love that you can use Sure Cuts a Lot software with almost any font and SVG file to cut virtually anything you want with your Cricut machine, truly awesome!

back of the boxes :)

Thise projects qualifies for the following challenges: Aly’s Sunday Challenge (sparkle & glitter-gimmer mist on the ribbon, rhinestone an the witch, metalic cardstcok on boxes), Cowgirls Sunday Challenge (anything but Square), Creative Card Crew, MySheriCrafts Paper Playtime (fall), Spoonful of Sugar (anything goes) GingerLoft (Halloween), Totally Stampalicious (3 ribbons) and wild orchid (Ribbons & Bows)

Here are the sets I used today:

Here are 2 new sets I released this week:

and now what you’ve all been waiting for…the freebie, click the pic to download.

Now let’s see what the rest of the Lindsay’s stamp stuff team has been working on today:

Cheryl Gorka DT Coordinator

Shannon Neparko

Margie Visnick

Melissa Craig

Leanne Garner

Cindi Hooks

Micki Harper

Karin Martin

Jennifer Bliss

Rhonda Walker

Diane Bove

Tracy Vinson

Laurel Seabrook

Remember the 40% off sale is today only at Lindsay’s stamp stuff, sale ends Thursday at Midnight, a great chance to save on brand new sets and stock up on ones you may have missed. Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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26 Responses

  1. What great Halloween projects you have done!! Love the treat bags and that sign is awesome!! Thanks for the freebie to!

  2. What a cool sign! It turned out so neat! Thanks for playing in paper with us this week at Paper Playtime! :) Janis

  3. This is so cute! I love the halloween treat bags especially, thanks for the instructions!

  4. I love your favors! How much fun are these!! I also really like the new freebie.

    Why is not Fall in Florida? I simply cannot call it Fall when it’s 95 temps during the day and 75 for overnight lows. This is NOT Fall to me. I want the blaze of colors, the warm 70 degree days and overnight lows in the 40s. I still have my AC running!! Ugh! LOL

  5. Darling- you have been busy creating!!! Thanks for the free image- fun, fun!!!

  6. Awesome projects! I’m so glad you gave the SCAL directions too, and I absolutely love this weeks freebie!

  7. Great ideas! Love the sign- how cute is that? And those treat bags would be so fun to make! Thanks for the freebie!

  8. Your treat bags rawk – but then again, so does everything else you do! :) Love the freebie – pun and all! :)

  9. Fantastic witchy sign and goody bags :D Thank you for joining in at Cowgirls Sundays XXX

  10. Super projects! thanks for joining us at CSSC :>

  11. How creative! Great work! Love your color choices. Thanks for joining us over at Cowgirl Sunday Stampen Challenge.

  12. This is such a cute project! I love you pumpkins you painted too!

  13. What great projects!!
    Thank you for the fun image!!

  14. These are brilliant. I must make a trip to my local pound store. xx

  15. Love the ‘best witches’ freebie. Thanks so much for sharing.

    Love Joan xx

  16. Wow what fab projects – so effective! Love em :-)
    Thanks for joining us at CSSC and good luck
    Claire xx

  17. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Halloween post on Sep. 24, 2010. Thanks again.

  18. Thanx for stopping by the ranch to play with the CSSC! The CUP Posse loves checking out everyone’s projects!!
    These are both wonderful projects!!

  19. Very cute images! Very creative! Thanks for joining us this week!

  20. love those little candy pails…those are simply adorable

  21. too cute, tfs!

  22. Cool project Lindsay. The treat baskets are very cute and the hanger looks awesome.

    Thank you for sharing your project with us at CSSC. :-) xx

  23. Wonderful card. Thanks for the playing by CSSC. I hope, we see you in the next week again.
    Good luck.
    Hugs Monika

  24. Cute Project!
    Thanks for joining the Wild Orchid Crafts Challenge this week!
    Hugs, Dena

  25. [...] falls on a Tuesday! Here is a quick scrappile card I made using the freebie digi stamp you can snag here and this weeks sketch at [...]

  26. Thank you!!!

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