It’s hard to believe it’s almost halloween! Is your pumpkin carved yet? Have you stocked up on chocolate for the trick-or-treaters? I am so not ready! But with these little boxes I feel at least one step closer!
The treatboxes can be any type…for mine I used a die to create the box itself, but there are plenty of free templates you can Google!
I also have some trivia for you: a “group” of bats is called either a colony – or a camp! Who makes up the names for gaggles of things, anyway! Ha! I made a bunch of these boxes with bats on them…
And for my friends who might not appreciate bats, I broke out some of my favorite chevron ribbons and skipped the googlies…
I hope you go out and make a few ribbon bats yourself!
Blog post by: Sandy Allnock
May Arts Ribbon Used:
- KK10: Black Single Faced Satin
- 382 Series: Chevron Striped Twill
Other Supplies Used:
- DCWV Halloween paper
- Lifestyle Crafts triangle treatbox die
- Googlie eyes
- Tombow Mono Liquid Adhesive
- Bow Wire