I know it is early but.....Halloween is COMING!

Don't laugh at me!! Soon it will be September and with that lovely month we can start to think about summer ending and FALL coming....pumpkins, mums, making soup and crock pot meals, and cozy fires!

Even in sunny Southern California, we have chilly nights and need a cozy fire!

So check out this cute little box/bag I made today, it is VERY simple and uses only one sheet of cardstock (8.5 x 11") so I know you have the supplies. This version I didn't have any designer paper nearby so instead of getting up and leaving my dining room to go to my craft studio (about 24 yards away!) I decided to make my own designer paper. You don't have to be lazy like me, but when you see this cute project you might choose to be lazy just this once!

So to make this I simply used one sheet of Basic Gray cardstock and cut and scored (I will share the tutorial this Tuesday) and with a couple small strips of Tear Tape; VOILA! Instant treat box/bag.
I keep saying box/bag because it is pretty hefty for a simple bag. The dimensions are 2" deep, 6" high, and 3.5" wide. So you can fit tons of stuff in there. In my first version (not a Halloween bag) I put a cello bag filled with candy in there and it fit GREAT plus there was a lot of candy for some lucky person.

Come and join me on my YouTube channel this Tuesday where I'll share this tutorial. The design is not new and lots of other demos have been using it for years, even me! But I haven't made it for a long while so we can pretend it's new.

Remember, our Extra, Extra deal is going on for a few more days (ends 8-31) so if you are interested in joining my team NOW is the time. For just $99 you can choose $155 in product. Starting 9-1 it goes back to the regular deal - which is still fantastic - for $99 you choose $125 in product. But till end of August you get the extra $30 in your starter kit plus a $10 coupon for free product in your first order as  a demo.....with BOTH offers you will NOT pay shipping so something to think about!

Till next time!

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