Fun Halloween Candy Packaging with Lifestyle Crafts

As the weather gets cooler and cooler here in the Midwest, I start thinking more and more about the wonderful few months to come. Weekends full of leaf raking (which I adore!), pumpkin farm visiting, hot apple cider, and Halloween! I've already started doing some crafting...and I can't wait to share today's project with you!

Remember last week when I showed you a glimpse of the projects I've been making with my new dies from the Lifestyle Crafts Tricks & Treats & Cornucopia collections? Awesome, right?

I used the doily die from "Cornucopia" for this fun little craft...


Here is the doily die...



And here is what you get after your run it through your die-cutter (any old die-cutter will do! That's what's awesome about the Lifestyle Crafts dies!)...



And are you ready for the tutorial?

*Cut 2 doilies for each pouch you would like to make (I cut mine from Canvas Corp Tissue Stock)
*Glue your doily to another piece of paper (again, I used Canvas Corp Tissue Stock...this time in white)
*Cut your paper around your doily
*Put two of your doily/paper combos together and sew around the circle almost all the way around...back stitch at the beginning and end of your stitches
*Fill your pouch with candy and sew closed

That's it!
Easy, right?



I love the way these little candy-filled pouches look...can't you just see a whole bunch of them sitting in a bowl waiting for little hands to reach in and grab? Or set all over your Halloween party table, doing double-duty as a decoration and snack?

Love these.

And don't forget...any order you place with Lifestyle Crafts (including those with sale items!) is eligible for a 20% discount with the promo code MIDWESTERN - so awesome!!!


So what do you think? Have you starting crafting/decorating for Halloween yet?

*DISCLOSURE: Lifestyle Crafts has generously sent me samples of some of their dies to use and review. All of the opinions I express on my blog are mine.

8 comments

  1. Those are beautiful! They look so elegant ... they'd be beautiful at place settings at a dinner!

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  2. This is awesome! It's like candy corn pie. And I sure do love me some candy corn!

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  3. thanks for sharing that tutorial Maggie, these are just the cutest!

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  4. These are so cute! Thanks for sharing! Have a great day! xo Holly

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  5. So pretty! These would be gorgeous around the holidays too ~ with a red doily?! Pinned! ;)
    xo
    Heather

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  6. This turned out so cute. It looked like a little pie at first glance.

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