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Halloween treat bag video


Hey friends!

Halloween is just 2 short months away and I'm getting ready for it!

I saw a very cute treat bag in this month's Stampin Up demonstrator magazine and had to make them. These would be perfect for Halloween parties, class room treats, treats for family, friends, and co-workers. And they are super easy to put together! So easy that I made a video to prove it!

Ghoulish Gogglies treat bag video

Buy the Ghoulish Googlies bundle (#129852 wood or #120853 clear) found in the Stampin Up Holiday catalog on page 27, save 15%, and get everything you need to create these bags---the Ghoulish Googlies designer kit and coordinating Googly Ghouls stamp set.
So cute!

More than one---who can resist!

















I got the design idea for these bags from my Stampin Success magazine, an exclusive monthly magazine only for Stampin Up demonstrators---one of the many great benefits of being a SU demo. At my September downline meeting, we will be making several other projects from this magazine along with these treat bags. Want to join us for a fun day of stamping? Join my team today and you can! click here for more information.


Speaking of demostrator benefits....new demos will received this Howl-o-ween printers tray kit with everything needed to decorate it with a Halloween theme; use removable adhesive and the theme can easily be changed through out the year! This offer has been extended to 16 September, so act now! In addition to the Howl-o-ween kit, you will also receive $125 worth of products of YOUR CHOICE for ONLY $99 (FREE SHIPPING, TOO!) That is a savings of over $35! Click here to learn more about the benefits of being a Stampin Up Demonstrator.


Stamping is fun!

Terri

PS-- drop me an email if you have any questions terhare@hotmail.com



Hugs and Chirps!

Comments

  1. Super Duper Cute and Yummy Too!Love it!TFS
    Have a wonderful day!
    Migdalia

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  2. oh my those are SO SO cute! Thank you Terri!

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