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For the hop today, I've used the October Kit-of-the-Month!

As you can see, I've stamped the reindeer, holiday sentiment 
and holly leaves with berries and trimmed out in different ways.
I colored in the holly leaves and added a sheen of glitter to 
the little berries.  After cutting out the reindeer, I layered it
with a larger oval cut from Simple Stories Handmade Holiday!

Distressing the edges of the oval and banner lends to the homespun
feel of the papers used.  

I love any circle-style stamps where I can punch them out 
and then layer with a larger scalloped circle.  When I spotted
these adorable "Happy Halloween" circles in the kit, I knew they'd
be perfect for topping off these treat boxes for Sydnee's dance class party!

I've had these treat boxes for several glad that we finally got to use them!

That's all I have for today's time to head over to Shilo Miles' Blog!
Thank YOU


  1. Wonderful wrapping project!! Love it!
    Cute treat bags too!

  2. Super cute!!! Shelleye your work is just stunning !

  3. Your stamps are great and like the sweet reindeers.

    marg0006 at verizon dot net

  4. Oh wow i just adore your wrapped project its simply beautiful!!! those cute halloween treat bags too :)

  5. Your wrapping tag is adorable, I love all of the details on it! Cute Halloween treat boxes too!

  6. wow I love beautifully wrapped gifts so pretty!

  7. That package idea is divine! Just inspired! Thank you!

  8. Adorable projects. Love how you used the fun stamps.

  9. How cute are those treats! I love them. The gift is so beautifully wrapped no one will want to open it :)

  10. GORGEOUS COLORS on your packaging.

  11. Gorgeous Christmas packaging - I love how you used so many of the stamps.
    Fun Halloween project too! I think I saw some more of those circle type stamps in the November KOM - great idea.

  12. A love homemade wrapping, it's the best!! Shows a lot of love went into wrapping it!! Very cute!!

    Tha Halloween gift bags are cute too!

  13. Love all the package ideas. I am waiting for this stamp set.

  14. LOVE the wrapping on that present! It would make me sad to open!

  15. Wow, your gift wrap and goody bags are fabulous!

  16. Love those treat bags and I can't forget that beautiful Christmas Card. TFS

  17. Love that sweet reindeer stamp! Your layering and paper choices are fabulous!
    The tags turned out adorable on the Halloween treats too!

  18. You Christmas packaging is simply divine! Thanks for the inspiration. =)

  19. love that tag and yes, i use circle stamps too. great showcasing of the stamp set
    ava g

  20. Pretty gift wrapping and cute treat boxes.

  21. Great tags! Who wouldn't love that gift wrap?

  22. super creative Shellye! love your card!

  23. Great project! Love the stamps you used!

  24. Cute projects- love the kraft Christmas look!

  25. Oh my gosh that Christmas present treatment is glorious! I would love to know how you got your green ribbon bow to look like that! The Halloween treat boxes are adorable!!!! Did you make them all yourself?

  26. Great idea for the it! The treat boxes are adorable!


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