She’s Flying

I hope you’re enjoying the long weekend and finding some creative time!  I’ve been trying to figure out a way to make this little witch fly across a candy wrapper without it being more work than a candy wrapper is worth!  She’s from the Holiday Mini set Out on a Limb. I finally put her on a window sheet so she can fly across the sky when the candy is pulled up.





This candy wrapper is made with a 6 x 5 3/4 piece of Basic Gray card stock.  Score it at 1/4, 2 3/4, 3 and 5 1/2. This creates your “box.”  I used the 4″ circle die to make the moon and wheeled a 2 x 2 1/2 piece of Basic Gray with the Haunting Hill jumbo wheel to make a false front.  Attach a 1/2″ strip of window sheet to the ribbon pull using a brad.  The cute little witch is attached to the window sheet with Dimensionals.



Supplies
Stamp sets – Out on a Limb, Wicked Cool, Haunting Hill jumbo wheel
card stock – Basic Gray, Whisper White
ink – Jet Black Stazon, Bashful Blue, Basic Gray
Stampin Write Markers – Chocolate Chip, More Mustard, Pumpkin Pie, So Saffron. Blush Blossom, Lucky Limeade
Etc – 4″ circle die, window sheet, Basic Black grosgrain, Crop a Dile, 1/2 circle punch, Black brad, Dimensionals

Enjoy Labor Day – hope you’re not working too hard!  We’ve gone from hot, humid weather to cold rain.  No complaints.  I know some of you are having horrific weather.  Samantha and I are decorating for my Open House tomorrow.  I’ll get my camera out today and show you what we’ve been up to   Enjoy!  Hugs, Fran

Updated: September 5, 2011 — 12:00 pm

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  1. I love the idea of using a window sheet so it can be hung and displayed after the candy is long gone. The wrapper is darling and fun. I like it a lot! TFS

  2. This is adorable!! I love your solution to making your witch fly!! Enjoy your cool rain: we had 80 days at or over 100 and 8 inches of rain instead of our normal 30. No wonder we’re surrounded by wild fires in central Texas.

  3. Sooooooooooo Very Cute!

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