Every other month I have a demonstrator meeting at my house – my PAWS team meeting.  It is a ton of fun to get together with these wonderful ladies each time.  At the meeting we usually start with sharing some business topics and other Stampin’ Up! news and then we have snacks, Make&Takes and we do a swap.  I came to realize that after the meeting I don’t always get a chance to take pictures of everything.  So this last month I decided to take pictures at the meeting and I think that will be better – and now that I’m writing this – I think next month I’ll even try to get pictures of the M&Ts with the person that created it.   Hopefully this will make it easier to share the wonderful creations that everyone brings.

So I already shared my Make&Take from the meeting – that was the Core’dinations card and technique book.  And today I’ll share with you Leishman’s Halloween Make&Take.

PAWS meeting – Leishman Williams Make & Take project

She really had two projects for us.  One was the little cello bag filled with candy corn.  The bottom of the bag is stamped with StazOn ink.  The top is tied with the new black/gray satin ribbon and we added a little punched tag to the front.  Leishman used My Digital Studio 2 to create the different images from the Spooky Bingo Bits stamp brush set.  In MDS2 it is easy to recolor portions of the stamp images – she had a variety of images for us to choose from.  I guess I should have taken a picture of that too.

Then we made a little box using the Scallop Circle die – we trimmed them and glued them to the sides of a box – and embossed with the Spider Web folder.  Then use the Simply Scored and a strip of Designer Paper – these were printed on a home printer through MDS.  It’s the Howlstooth & Scaringbone DSP – either use the real designer paper or use the digital paper and print it at home.  Create a medallion – use some hot glue on the new silicone craft sheet – it really holds the medallians well.  Stamped image is from the Mixed Melody hostess stamp set and Tiny Tags for the Boo.

Two fun Halloween ideas – I hope you like them.  Thank  you Leishman for sharing these with us.