Tuesday, 14 September 2010

Halloween Pillow Boxes

Oh gosh, I have had a ball with these Pillow Boxes from The Cutting Cafe. I liked them soooo much that I had to make two and I thought these would be perfect to fill with treats for Halloween parties.

They were so easy to use. I chose the card, cut them out on my Pazzles and added a bit of ribbon. Of course you don't need to have a Pazzles die cutting machine as the pillow box shape comes in .pdf format to print out onto your card stock and then you just cut around the shape!

For the sentiments I used the Halloween Time....printable stamp set which has 55 assorted images!

I thought the spider was so cute that I made it into one of those dangler sentiments type things!

Sadly, from October I will no longer be on the Design Team of The Cutting Cafe as I have heaps of commitments up until December but, Regina Easter has a Design Team call, so if you are interested here is the link.

I am entering the pillow boxes into the following challenges:-

Scrap-Creations - Gotta Go Digi
Sew Many Challenges - Happy Halloween Themed
Simon Says Stamp - Holiday Fun


  1. These are so sweet! My friend had a Pazzles given to her and it just sits in her closet - I'm going to go and do an "intervention" and see if between the 2 of us we can't figure out how to use it !!

  2. These are lovely Joanna and very useful
    Pauline x

  3. Joanna, wow wow wow...this is totally fab girl...the whole style of it is YUMMY ...great job...hugs

  4. Gorgeous boxes Joanna ,,, simple and fantastic !! I LOVE these :-)

    Thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Hop :-)
    Lols x x

  5. This is so beautiful Joanna.

    Hugs Riet.x

  6. WOW, really stunning Work.
    Thanks for joining in the SSC and our BlogHop.


  7. These Halloween boxes are great! Thanks for playing with us at Going Grey with Scrap-Creations.

  8. Oh Joanna these pillow boxes are awesome! I'm sorry to hear that you won't be with us at The Cutting Cafe past Friday but do understand commitments get in the way of crafting despite what my husband says! It has been a pleasure to work with you!