Wednesday, 31 October 2018

LDRS Creative Halloween Party Blog Hop!!


Hello everyone!

Welcome to the first edition of the HALLOWEEN PARTY BLOG HOP by LDRS Creative!

The design team has prepared some WICKED inspiration using the latest seasonal products in store, including them in super-duper fun tutorials at each stop. 

We are so EXCITED to celebrate this special day with you all, that we have decided to offer a 31% DISCOUNT on all Halloween and Fall products in store (*excluding bundles, using code Wicked31, valid until October 31st, MIDNIGHT EST).
 

And because there is no party without PRIZES....Who would like to win surprise grab bag of LDRS Creative products worth at least $30? We will draw 3 winners throughout the day (Oct. 31st, EST) on our Facebook group, so make sure to join it HERE.


I decided to make a Simple treat Holder For you Guys
Only Using the Wicked Paper Pad!
Here are some photos than I have a VIDIO TUTORIAL for you!






Here is the VIDEO TUTORIAL


Make sure to hop around, leave a comment at each stop, and answer the mysterious questions (haha!) on the first stop. 

Here's the list and keep hoping:

And remember to use that discount code before it turns into a pumpkin at MIDNIGHT!

Have a Spooky Halloween!
Hugs
Martha


20 comments:

  1. This is darling! I love these papers so much! #1: Broomstick Winnie #2: Orange and Black #3: I'm a Pumpkin Girl

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  2. What a great idea, and so simple. The kids will love it, and the treat that comes with it.

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  3. Way to stinkin' cute and so fast and easy!!!!

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  4. Martha, this is such a great idea for a cute and simple but special treat holder! Your video tutorial was really easy to follow. Thank you so much for sharing this!

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  5. I love your treat holder. Too cute!

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  6. Such a great project ! Your treat bag is so cute , great tutorial. Thanks , Rhonda

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  7. Now thats a neat cute way to give treats.

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  8. I can always use really cool ideas for treat bags and this would with those adorable paper pads is wonderful!! Thank you for the technique, I just might have to make some!! beverly chester

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  9. Love the music intro on the video☺️ This truly is a simple cute treat holder in the sense that your tutorial was simple to follow along and that the Wiked pattern paper provided all the additional elements to complete your project. Really like how great it looks just by keeping it simple and like you mentioned you can always dress them up if creating a smaller amount, great tutorial love the paper pad and your fussy cutting, thanks for sharing with us😊

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  10. Very cute treat holder!! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  11. I love all the fun paper designs in the Wicked paper pad! This is an adorable treat holder! Fun project!

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  12. What a clever idea! Love seeing what everyone has created.
    :D Marylnn

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  13. Happy Halloween to everyone!!!
    Gorgeous project!!! Love it!!!
    #1: Winnie Broomstick
    #2: Traditional
    #3: The Punkin One.

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  14. That is a great project for high quantities!

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  15. Your little one is going to be a hit at school with this little gift! The paper clip is perfect for this!

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  16. Thank you for your tutorial! Such a cute idea for treats! Love your idea for the paper clips! Happy Halloween!

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  17. Oh what a fun and adorable treat package! The decorated paper clip makes the perfect closure AND it's cute.

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  18. Oh fun and
    I love the clips!
    Carla from Utah

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  19. Martha, this is so sweet. I always loved making cute treat bags and boxes for my Trick or Treater's but now that the kids in our neighbourhood are grown and moved away, we don't have ANY. Not one child again this year.

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