Sunday, October 21, 2012

Candy Galore

Hi Everyone!! Happy Sunday!!
Finally back I hope you all had a great week. Mine was super busy with family and work.
Here is my project for today, I made this candy box using the spool of my empty ribbon roll. It was super easy to do, I will definitely be making more.
I took couple of pictures, this next picture is with the lid off. I left the whole so you can shake out the candy if you don't want to take off the lid. The little bats are made using c.c. design bat die.

 This next picture shows some of the candy I used to fill the container with.

 I am using this for the following:

Fright Night---> Papertake Weekly
Orange, black and choice (green)---> Fab n' Funky
Orange, black and choice---> Paper Pretties
No Card---> All That Scraps
Trick & Treat Holder---> The Pink Elephant

That's all from me!
Have a Wonderful Day and God Bless!!


Lisa Jane said...

OH what a brilliant idea.. i love how you used the ribbon spool.. a fab fun way of recycling
Lisa x

Jill said...

gorgeous spooky creation thanks for joining us at PTW hugs Jill xx

Sheri Gilson said...

Super cute treat holder!! Thanks so much for playing along with TPE!!

jessica said...

This is such a fun candy idea! LOVE those bats!! And what a great way to recycle!!
TFS :)

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

Love your candy holder and the creepy candy inside, my son would so love this! Thanks for playing with us over at ATS!!!

Jackie said...

This is such a great idea for a Halloween treat! I love your creativeness on this! Thank you for joining us this week at the Fab 'n Funky Challenge!

Jackie, Fab 'n Funky DT

Dangina Martinez said...

Too Cool! That turned out great. I thought it was a spool from the pic on my side bar. I was curious to see what you came up with. Another Great Jovita Idea. Gotta try it.
Hugs, Dangina

Rach83 said...

Fab idea and I'm sure your little boy would love this! Love the glazed skull and that you've cracked it.

Thanks for playing along with us at Fab'n'Funky Challenges.

Rachel x

LORi said...

What a clever recycle...Bravo on a job well done! Thanks for sharing at TPE! Hugs - LORi