Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Episode 90: Neighborhood Boo Treat Container

Happy Tuesday!  For today's Creative Critterz Imaginations design team blog post we are making Boo projects.  Have you done those in your neighborhood?  It's big in my neighborhood.  You get a treat anonymously from a neighbor along w/ an instruction sheet and a boo sheet to put in your window showing you got boo'd.  Then you have 2 days to Boo 2 other houses in your neighborhood.  My house just got boo'd in the last few days so this project came at just the right time.  :)  I've scanned in images of the instruction sheet that we got and the Boo sheet.  It's at the bottom of this post.

I learned how to make this container from Glora's Crafts.  Thanks Glora!  :)  This container is actually really easy to make and it is so cute.  My mom saw them and she is already making a list of who to give more too.  :)  Enjoy!





Boo Instruction Sheet:

Boo Window Sheet:

Project Recipe:
Country Carnival Imagine Cartridge
Black & White Imagine Cartridge
Paper Doll Dress Up Cricut Cartridge
Holiday Cakes Cricut Cartridge
Peachy Keen In Stitches Stamp Set
Black Ribbon
Memento Ink Tuxedo Black
Martha Stewart Scoring Board

~ Thanks for Watching!

4 comments:

Janis said...

BOO! What a fun idea going around your neighborhood. I have not heard of that. Sounds like a hoot! Love your container. I'll have to try one of those. Big hugs! Missing chatting with you. :)

Glora said...

Don't you love how easy these containers are?! Your video tutorial was PERFECT and next time I make one I will definitely be linking to it. Great idea on the reinforcement tabs too. If you are going to make it, make it to last right? Oh yes, and I'm thinking that I REALLY need those In Stitches faces from Peachy Keen. They are SO cute on your little ghosts! Hugs- Glora

Denise G said...

Love it. My kids want to do it too.

georganne said...

I think that what we need is to live next to each other. Then you can make me cute little boxes like these, and I will make you cookies to go in them. Deal?

Seriously, the more I read your blog, the more I want a cricut. And I don't even make cards.