Thursday, 22 October 2009

Halloween Treats

It's a dirty job, but someone has to do it!
I have had to sample several bags of sweeties this morning,
just to make sure that the quality is good enough
to put them in these jars.

These little treats are for my girls -
you're never too old for Haribo, are you?
I am entering them for this week's
Stamptacular Sunday challenge,
where the theme is
Take a look at the amazing work from the DT
and if you enter you could win the fab prize of a
$25 voucher from those lovely people at
Simon Says Stamp

2 jars.
Halloween picket fence downloaded from
Design Paper - Doodlebug Design Inc.
Digital Stamp from
coloured with Copics.
Sentiment made on my comp.


Aud Kirsten said...

Fabulous work, and a great idea! Thanks for joining us in SSC, hope to see you again next week!

Cherry said...

Lovely Caroline - great colouring on the images. You definitely had yo test the sweets. Hugs Cherry XXX

Line said...

Oh these jars are fabulous!! Love the picketfence! Gorgous colors on the cards and ribbons! Bet your girls will LOVE them!

Thanks for joining us at SSC this week!

Hugs, Line

Julie said...

cute cards, lovely work and with tasting all those sweets too :)

debbies said...

How cute!!!!! I love the image and your computer sentiment!

Anonymous said...

I love it!
Thanks for joining us at SSC this week.

Liza said...

Great halloween project. Thanks for joining us at SSC.

Liza x

Paula said...

I'm glad the treats passed the "taste test" LOL! Adorable project!
It's "spooktacular" that you joined us this week at the Stamptacular Sunday Challenge!

Anonymous said...

absolutely fabulous i'm sure your girls will love them. thank you for taking part at ssc

Carolyn said...

Fabulous project Caroline. I love the tags. The image is just darling.
Thanks for joining in at SSC.
Hugs xx

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