Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Papertake Weekly Anything Goes!


Hey everyone! We've started another brand new week and we've now got Monday under our belt! It's time for a new challenge at Papertake Weekly, and the first Tuesday of the month means it's anything goes and we're sponsored by the awesome folks over at Lili of the Valley

There is an option of making a Halloween treat holder, so that's what I did this week! It just so happens that this adorable cut file is on sale over at My Scrap Chick. FUN!!  I downsized mine so I could fit two of the treat boxes on a 12x12 piece of cardstock. Isn't he a cutie??





Please be sure and pop over to Papertake Weekly to check out all the hauntingly awesome creations by the design team, and then I hope you join in the challenge with us! Thanks for stopping by to see me today and hope to see you back again soon! Hugs!

5 comments :

Debs said...

Totally fabulous Sharon.
Thanks for the lovely comments left on my blog :o)
Debs xx

Lorraine A said...

LOVE this Sharon :-) I never saw a cuter Frankenstein, absolutely gorgeous :-)

luv
Lols x x x

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Sherrie K. said...

Super cute little treat boxes!! I seriously just made this a couple evenings ago along with Dracula which will be posted the next few days...perfect for Halloween! Yours turned out adorable Sharon!
Sherrie K