Friday, October 24, 2014

[Video]Halloween Artiste Cricut Treat Test Tubes

Today's fun Halloween treat test tubes were made using the Close to My Heart Artiste Cricut cartridge for the bases and paired with some plastic test tube treats.

Here are the cuts (see the video below on how to assemble the treat bases):



Here's a side view of the treat holders.  Be sure to use black paper with a solid core - two of mine had a white core and it doesn't look very good (sorry!):
I used this fun Close to My Heart Halloween label stamp set (click HERE to see more about it):

Here are the treat tubes (see HERE for more info):

And of course, I used the Close to My Heart Artiste Cartridge (click HERE for more info):
Check out the video below on how to make these Halloween treat test tubes with holders (click HERE if you can't see the video):




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12 comments:

  1. I do not make treat bags for any holidays. Your treat idea is Wicked awesome!! Those boxes turned out so cute what a fun, clever and cretive idea!! YOU so ROCK!!

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  2. I do not make treat bags for any holidays.....because I would eat all the candy before it would make it into the treat bags. Thanks for sharing your time, talents, and imagination with us.

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  3. Like the treat containers. May have to try this out.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  4. Thank you for the great tutorial. I can't wait to try making some of my own. I love making treat bags and try to for every occasion.

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  5. Very cute treat containers! Thanks for showing how they are put together. You did a great job.

    Leslie

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  6. Happy FRIDAY! I make up
    treat bags for Halloween and
    Easter!
    Carla from Utah

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  7. Those are adorable! Thanks for sharing. No, I have never made treat bags, although every year I tell myself I will!

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  8. I love the test tube idea for treats! And the tags are adorable - thank you for sharing! I don't usually make treat bags for holidays, but do for special events/parties (like baby showers, spa night, etc.). I can't wait to find a use for this idea. :)

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  9. Yes, I love to make treat bags, and yours are so cute! Thanks for the great video, I really enjoyed it.

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  10. I would make treat bags if I had the money. They are fun!

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  11. I have made treat bags for the grandchildren.

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  12. I don't have kids, and live in an urban neighborhood, so no treat bags for me!

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