Seriously Simple Tricks & Treats

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While trying to get myself organized, I realize that I rarely never go back to all that patterned paper that I just had to save for the next season.¬† So, this morning I used the last of my Taylored Expressions Key Ingredients Kit for October to alter some mini Play-doh cans that I had bought at Sam’s Wholesale for the girls to take to school as a class party favor. I sliced my 6″ squares of patterned paper into 7/8″ strips, tacked around the canister and punched out a label that was printed on the computer and a coordinated circle to mat the label. I was able to do 60 of these little cans in about 45 minutes. Can you spy the one lone can that rolled away after wrapping and before labeling?

I’m proud of myself for using all of the paper in this kit because Taylor packs a ton of coordinated stuff in there. It’s too late for you to get the Halloween Kit, but the Christmas¬† Key Ingredient Kit with it’s beautiful paper and embellishments is in stock now. Mine should arrive today or tomorrow, and I hope I have just as much fun altering up fun stuff for Christmas as I have Halloween.

See you tomorrow!

10 responses to “Seriously Simple Tricks & Treats

  1. So cute, Lori! These little cans are adorable… your girls are lucky to have you! And I know exactly what you mean about not using up old patterned paper. I need a serious purge! lol. TFS!

  2. I love these every time I see these little containers I contemplate about buying them. Well you have convinced my to make that purchase…lol. TFS.

    Debbie/Phx AZ

  3. super cute! I have recently resolved to use up more of my paper scraps. (I wonder if my teenage boys want some playdough?!)

  4. Wow, what a creative idea! I love it!

  5. LOL! Great minds think alike, Lori. I bought a bag of these too for the neighborhood kids and made a bands of Halloween and Fall paper for them. I use sheets of sticker paper stamped and punched out for the tops. I think they came out real cute. I passed mine out already to the little ones because I working at my church for Trunk or Treat tomorrow. Have fun and stay safe everyone!

  6. So cute, Lori! My mini play-doh treats didn’t look nearly as cute stuffed in clear plastic with candy! Dang, I wish there was another week before Halloween after seeing these!

    Amy

  7. Oh what a great idea to decorate the play-doh!! I’m working on halloween bingo cards for the party tomorrow. Just finished the girls’ costumes earlier this evening and we made 60 tootsie roll pop Ghosts! I’ll do the play-doh for Christmas!!

  8. Lori, these are ADORABLE! what a great idea!

  9. These are way to cute, and such fun too!!

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