Tuesday, 31 August 2010

Goofy Ghosts Unleashed


Today is the day that the GOOFY GHOSTS set get unleashed released over at Bugaboo. I fell in love with this image as soon as I saw it. He's going to be great for Halloween gifts! I have used my sizzix XL die to create these goody bags:


I used the bags with scallops die to make the die cuts but cut off the scallop lid. I think the scallop is what has put me off using this die so much as I found it harder to decorate. Not a probelm anymore. The backing panels have been stamped with a web stamp from Elzybells and then embossed with clear embossing powder to give a subtle look. The sentiment has been printed on the computer and then punched and layered.


Now the other day I mention I got a hold of a load of metal clips at a really good price to use on a project. I needed one but have over thirty. I said I didn't know what to do with them. Well I found an answer! Not only do they keep these bags shut but they look good too.

If you like these then make sure you have a look HERE to enter my blog candy. The items needed to create these are included in the prize.

I'm also entering these into 2 Challenges:
Cupcake Craft Challenge ~ Lets Get Digital (digi Ghost image)
The Shabby Tea Room ~ Old Meets New (my old XL die meets the new Bugaboo Images)

7 comments:

Lisa and Eddy said...

Great bags!! Love the image!

Rae Anne said...

I love the crisp, clean, black-on-black embossing on these ABCs - It looks fantastic! :D MWAH!

Papertrails by a paper lover said...

these are just too cute! Great idea for Halloween!

Audrey Pettit said...

These are SO cute, Paul! Halloween goodies are right up my alley! Love that you adapted that bag die to suit your style and love the embossed webs on the background. And how stinkin' cute are those ghosts? Thanks for sharing these with us at TSTR.

Catherine said...

These little goodie bags are so cute Paul ! I can see that you have found a use for the clips !!! Thank you so much for joining us this week at Cupcake Craft and good luck ! Smiles from Catherine

Lisa said...

Oh So Cute Paul! I just love those ghosts and the embossed webs on the bag. I just made some small treat boxes for halloween from a tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers so I really enjoyed seeing your take on halloween bags! Thanks for sharing with us in the TSTR.

Debbie said...

These little giftie bags are just precious! So glad you found our Tea Room challenge blog and happy you joinined us this week :)