Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Googly Ghouls Treat Bag

Hi Everyone,

I wanted to share this spooky little treat bag using the Ghoulish Googlies Bundle Set. This would be a great little treat bag for your Ghoulish Guests at Halloween.



Here is how to make this adorable Googly Ghouls Treat Bag:

Stamps – Bundle Set (Save 15% on Bundle Order):
Ghoulish Googlies Clear Mount Bundle (bundle sets have different order numbers, so make note when ordering) – 129853 – Includes:
      Googly Ghouls Clear Stamp Set
      10 Treat Bags, 20 Double Sided Tags, Pumpkin Pie Bakers Twine & 50 Googly Eyes

Inks:
Basic Black-126980 / $5.95
Versa Mark-102283 / $7.50

Accessories:
Black Embossing Powder-109133 / $4.75
Dazzling Diamonds Embossing Powder-102023 / $4.50
Brayer-102395 / $12.50
Chevron Embossing Folder-127749 / $7.95
Heat Tool-129053 / $29.95
Adhesive Snail-104331 / $4.50

Place your bag in the Chevron embossing folder the short way and line up the bottom of the bag with the side of the folder.  You lines will go across instead of up & down.  Then take your brayer and put it into the basic black ink and roll on lightly not to press into the recessed grooves from the chevron folder.  Make several passes to get the desired darkness.

While ink is drying, using a stamping tray or an old wooden set container, place a small amount of dazzling diamonds in and mix it with black embossing powder.  You want more black than you want of the dazzling diamonds for good deep color.  Now take your brayer and versa mark and roll on and do not press to hard to get into the recessed grooves.  Then place in the stamping tray on top of the powder mixture until desired coverage has been accomplished.  Use your heat tool to set the embossing powder.

Decorate your tags as desired using the double sided tags available in the Ghoulish Googlies Designer Kit. 
Ghoulish Googlies Clear Mount Bundle  – 129853

If you like this idea, please let me know with a comment or become one of my blog followers and then you can keep up with all the exciting cards and projects that I will be doing.

Thanks for looking,
Donna
jama@tds.net

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