Thursday, October 23, 2008

Punchy Spider Treats

Quick post to show you another one of this month's workshop projects. This is super fun & super easy....and super cute! I've seen these on various blogs and had to give 'em a try. I'm not sure who to credit for the origianal design? If you know, please email me so I can update the post and include that information ;) ! (update**Amy tells me that Julie Case is the original designer for this project!! Apparently Julie doesn't have a blog, otherwise I'd link you to it. Thanks Amy! And, Thank YOU Julie!!!). The project is pretty self explanatory, this is what you'll need for each spider ~ Body: Scallop Circle Punch

Eyes: 1/4 & 1/2" Circle Punch

Nose: 1/4" Circle Punch

Legs: Photo Corner Punch

Treat: Pink Peppermint Patty

Here's a picture of how the partially assembled Spider looks ~

I adhered the cardstock pieces together with roll-on adhesive. Mini Glue dots work really well for adhering the cardstock scallops to the peppermint patty.For these, I used Basic Black & Pink Passion card stock :)

That's it for today. Thanks for stopping by. I have 2 more workshop projects to show and a little Blogiversary/200K BLOG CANDY celebration will be happening here at Papersmiles before the end of the month!!! Stay Tuned and remember to leave a comment and say hi :)!!!


Terra said...

These are super cute! I am going to have to copy you again! Thanks again for all the great ideas.

emma said...

these are great, defenatly going to case these ! LOL
thanks for the fab work and inspiration
love emma x

Val said...

Thank you for this wonderful tutorial. The spiders are just so cute!

Jody said...

This is so sticking cute! I've never seen these before - thanks for sharing the how-to!

Anonymous said...

I'm always looking for punch ideas for my granddaughters -- they love to play with hem. Thanks for this oh-so-cute treatment!

Angel said...

Oh, Nancy! How fun are those!! I just sent my son and daughter-in-law some York Patties with babies on them. I used some old Mint Melody cardstock and punced some scallops and then punched the babies in circles from Baby Firsts. It was a cute Congrats present and CHEAP!

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

How cute and fun!!! Love these!!
hugs, Jami

Anonymous said...

These are fantastic!! I see all these great ideas on the blogs and am usually pressed for time so I never try them - not with this one! I went home last night and made some of these darling critters. Thank you so much for the inspiration!