Saturday, September 7, 2013

Boo Bag and a Winner!



I have such fond memories of Halloween - especially when Lauren was little.  Her second Halloween, we had a small party and the highlight was all of my family stationed in different rooms of the house, so the kids and their parents could trick or treat.   Lauren was dressed as a pumpkin, as was most of the other kids!  Must have been the in thing for 1987...


Nicecrane Designs has some awesome Halloween images.  Love the scary pumpkins right outside the window in this one.  She's from the Vintage Halloween set. This bag is super easy to make.  All the pieces are separate - that way it's easy to fill, too!


The bow template is from The Cutting Cafe and the green papers are from Lilly Bimble. I've had the orange paper for so long that I don't even have a clue where it's from!  I printed the green and black dot on regular copy paper to create the bag.  Folded a doily over the top and used a clothespin to clip on the bow and the image.   Be sure to visit Nicecrane Designs to see all the wonderful Halloween images in the store.


Who is the winner of my giveaway from the Paper Haus Blog Hop Day Five?

Selected randomly (as usual:  names written on paper and a name drawn by my husband) is:


Congratulations, Laura!   Email me (email at right) with your information and I'll get your package off to you.

Hope everyone has a fabulous week and so glad you stopped by!

(I'll link this up at Make It Monday.)


19 comments:

  1. Hi Lori your treat bag is so cute and that vintage Nicecrane image is gorgeous. Over here halloween is really not a big thing and when my kids were small in the early 90s it really was unheard of. I love seeing what happens over in the USA, I understand that Thanksgiving is also a really important celebration too. I am just getting into Christmas card mode as it is my favourite time of the year and I need to get some cards under my belt ;0) Jane x

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  2. Fabulous design and love these images, so perfect. Papers are wonderful and thank you for sharing. Congrats to Laura :-)

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  3. That is such a great bag! So cute!

    WOW--Can't believe that I won! I've emailed you!

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  4. Wowww Lorik so cute, so cute, so cute bag, love these vibrant colors,and my adorable little girl,,,,,,.Your bow is amazing and the back is stunning,,,i really love the bright colors,,,here Lori,,,,,,wow,wowwww

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  5. Congratulations Laura and Lori, as always you make the holidays so exciting and fun filled!!! :) Love what you did with the Nicecrane images.

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  6. Your treat bag is wonderful Lori and I really do like that paper bow!!
    Sandy

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  7. this is sooooooooooooooo darn cute and i love love the colors

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  8. Your vintage treat bag is just so lovely! Very pretty paper and image in beautiful colors!

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  9. Fabulous treat bag and image Lori.. Visited from MIM..Loz

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  10. Halloween! My favorite! Fantastic creation! Thank you so much for joining us at MIM! Remember, to be in the running to win the prize from our sponsor this week just leave a comment for another entry. Be sure to mention you saw them on Make It Monday. The more entries you comment on the more chances you have of winning!
    Good luck,
    Rene :D

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  11. Gorgeous treat bag Lori and so sweet, too, with that lovely image! Really pretty! Take care, Ira
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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  12. This is so sweet Lori! Love the colours and the image, fab. Spotted it on MIM xx

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  13. Thanks for stopping by over at my blog - really like your halloween bag!! & congrats, Laura!!

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  14. fab creation, happy i got to see it through MIM x

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  15. Cute treat bag which I spotted on MIM this week. Hugs Mrs A.

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  16. Oh another adorable treat bag! So CAUTE!

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  17. Great card I love the fun look and awesome colors and image. I saw you on MIM. Beautiful card.

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