Halloween Popcorn Box + Giveaway

Hi everyone!  I'm so excited to team up with Laura Kelly and many other bloggers to bring you a Popcorn Box Party.  Laura worked with several sponsors and we were mailed amazing treats along with a popcorn box we were asked to decorate.  And included in this is an amazing giveway...more about that later.

I had a bag of eyeball and wanted to cover the entire box with them...but decided to just add stripes of eyeballs.  Turned out super cute!!!!
This was super easy to make, you only need a few things
 - popcorn box
 - adhesive
 - goggle eyes
 - scissors
 - cardstock

I used striped card stock, traced the outline of the box and simply cut.  I adhered the card stock to the box and then glued the eyeballs.

Now about the giveaway, we have amazing sponsors are listed below and the prizes you can win b entering the Rafflecopter below.  Good Luck.

 - $50 World Market Gift Card
 - Sizzix Big Shot Machine (or Ellison Superstar) and Laura Kelly Dies - Value $100
 - Adorn It Planner Kit (Planner, Laura Kelly Papers and Stickers) - Value $65
 - Udderly Smooth Prize Pack with Hat and Mug - Value $75
 - DIY with Laura Kelly Crafty Stash (Kunin Felt, Expressionery Stamp, Expo International Pom          Pom Trims and Tombow Products) - Value $100






a Rafflecopter giveaway


Free Printable Halloween Journal

I wanted to share a super quick project with you all today.  Mini Halloween Journals.  Perfect for your pocket or purse.  These are perfect for teacher's gifts, because we all know I love teachers. Print them all and package them with a simple ribbon for a easy gift.  


  • Free Notebook Cover Printable
  • 8 ½ X 11 Cardstock
  • 5 sheets 8 ½ X 11 printer paper
  • Stapler
  • Scissors
  • Paper Cutter
Directions:
  1. Print notebook covers, you can find the printables here
  2. Trim covers using your paper cutter.
  3. Trim your printer paper to 5 X 6 7/8 inches, you can get 2 stacks from the 8 ½ x 11 sheets. You will end up with 10 sheets for your journal
  1. Place the cover on top of the stacked and cut printer paper sheet, then fold on dotted line.
  2. Staple on the dotted line.
  3. Trim paper with your scissors if needed.




 
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