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Storms a Brewing


Super quick post this evening.  I've had a bloody-ell-uva week!  Ready for the weekend.  This is another treat I'll be handing out this next week for the little trickers.

The stamp is from Unity's October 2012 Kit of the Month.  I have all kinds of plans for that set.

And, here it is full!


So, I am of course linking this up!



Enjoy what's left of your Friday night!

Comments

Thienly Azim said…
Too cute and a fun idea! Those trick or treaters are lucky to get this! :)
Tracy said…
Now if I lived closer I would com trick or treating..they are sooo lucky,love!
Hope your weekend goes better than the week gone past.
Hugs
Tracy
xoxo
Julie Odil said…
I agree with Queenie -- I'm trick or treating at your house! These are adorable! I hope the storm's a bunch of hype and misses you.
Crystal said…
These are so cute! I love how you stamped the sentiment in a midnight blue, pretty!
JPScraps said…
This is awesome! How did you make them??
jennifer mitten said…
What an adorable project!
Noelle Reese said…
How cute is that?? I hand them a bowl and let them grab LOL See how creative I am?? LOL
Ohhh, I love the little containers. The embossing is awesome!
Emily Keaton said…
Super adorable! That's a great Halloween project. So fun!
SHartl said…
So spooky fun! Love the embossing!
LauraJane:) said…
LOVE the florette/badge
Chris said…
Very cute treat holder - it's adorable! Thanks for joining my Amusing Challenges this week celebrating fall colors!

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