Monday, 6 October 2014

Black Magic

Every year we get the usual coach load of kids knocking at the door on Halloween.

Every year I try to hang a towel over the inner porch door to cover up the glass, and turn the lights off.

Every year hubby tells me I'm being a misery and insists on removing the aforementioned towel and hanging up some pumpkin fairy lights to welcome the little brats darlings.

So to avoid the label of Halloween Scrooge, I've made some treat pouches for the string of ghouls and ghosties who are polishing up their buckets in preparation for the begging fest.

Yeah, I know.  I am a Scrooge, but at least hubby has something to give them until he gets fed up of the doorbell ringing and threatens to remove its battery for the night.  :0)

This is just a selection - I made 20, but they're all variations on the same theme, so I won't bore you more than I've done already!







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Happy crafting
Annette
xx



15 comments:

Squirrel x said...

Oh gosh hun, these are fabulous, and far too nice to give to the greedy kids!! Hugs xx

Chrissy said...

We don't do Halloween here either Annette but still the kids poor out of the wood work and try their luck..love your cute boxes and all the images..that should make the little blighters happy.

luv CHRISSYxx

Debra Kenworthy said...

Wow what lucky kids to get one of these! They must have taken ages to make 20. We always have a bag of sweets to hand out but as our door is on the side of the house hardly anyone finds us. Last year nobody came and my hubby ate a family size bag of treats to himself so at least he was happy until he next weighed himself, Lol. Good luck with the little darlings ;-) Debra x

Christine L said...

These are pretty wonderful for Halloween goodies Annette... lucky kids that come to your door! Did you use a template for the box/pouch? I got a die - but have never managed to get it to work properly!

Hugs
Christine x
PS... Did you have a good birthday weekend? x

martina's kaartjes said...

wow, these are great ! lovely done ! great to make them, fun to receive them !
thanks for sharing
greetings, martina
x

Sarah said...

I don't believe it for a minute Annette...you great softie!! They are fabulous (must go and get some more Barry's!!) You'll have the whole town knocking on the door once word gets out!! xx

Pollard Carole said...

Brilliant these are so good great idea love them Love and Hugs Carole x

Carol S. said...

Gosh Annette, you are spoiling the little tykes. The boxes are gorgeous and too good for the little beggars. They get a choice of a few sweets here. In fact we rarely get any door knockers here, unlike where we used to live. Hubby likes to have sweets here just in case! Hugs, Carol S.xx

suzanne2 said...

Oh wow I love these Net, they are gorgeous! I don't do Halloween either, it upsets the dog and she is the spoilt one in this house so we pull the curtains and hide from the kids. It's safer for them and us that way! Lol

Kate (Small Bits of Paper) said...

Your little pillow boxes are adorable! I love the sweet little images you've used and the embossing is a wonderful touch!

Thanks so much for playing along with us at My Craft Spot!

Kate
Small Bits of Paper

Elise said...

Annette! These little treat boxes you've made for the little ones are just way too DARLING for words! omgosh! They will be spoiled!!!!!!! :) I wish when I was a kid, I'd have had something like that put into my treat bag! Wowwwwwww! You'll make each of them feel special for sure!

Big Hugs,
Elise

Eemeli said...

Gorgeous creation and fits perfectly to our "Anything But a Card" challenge at Charisma Cardz.

Hugs from Finland,
Eemeli {DT}

Abi said...

Wow Annette, you are the nicest scrooge ever! They are gorgeous xx

Cultivate Life in Joy said...

Hi Annette, You are so wonderfully talented. Thank you for being a blessing to the crafting world and sharing your tutorials. I will be sure to honor your graciousness and forward people to your Blog when I have used your tutorials. Big Texas Hugs, AntoinetteT

RitaK said...

Thanks for joining our challenge at NSHK with these lovely Halloween-boxes. Hugs Rita

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