The Magnolia-licious Highlites blog is having a "Tricks-n-Treats" blog hop and invited blog readers to submit an entry. The requirements were (of course) to use a Magnolia stamp, use a Fall or Halloween theme and include a matching treat box with your card. I combined this challenge with the current sketch on the Magnolia-icious site.
Here's a close up of the card:
The image is "Standing Fall Tilda". I used two large orange Prima flowers in place of the circles on the original sketch. I don't think I would've used such bright, large flowers on too many of my cards, but they seemed to work really well on this card. The pumpkins are leftovers from an old "Done with One" from Creative Memories. I loved those little die cut sets and was bummed when they discontinued them!
Here's my matching candy holder. (No candy in there yet - sorry!) I used this tutorial from the Scor-Pal site. I can attest to the fact that this is an easy little project to make. I almost always screw this sort of thing up, but my treat holder actually came out right on the first try. Wow!
I think I'm going to make a bunch of these to give as little holiday gifts, using a Christmas/winter theme, of course. It was really fun to make!