Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Altered Soda Bottles and More

I've been working on Halloween treats for some special kids in our lives.  The bucket is for our "almost" grandson, who is 9.  The bag is for his sister, a little more sophisticated at 14.  The altered soda bottles are for our two neighbor kids. 

I used Cricut Vinyl for the bucket images cut from Pumpkin Carvings, Paper Doll Dress Up, and Lyrical Letters.  I found that I had to set my blade and pressure at 2 so that I didn't cut through the vinyl backing.

I used Basic Grey Element Stickers for most of the decorations on these soda bottles.  I also used the MS DrippyGoo punch on the paper border.  I hope they have fun trying to figure out how to get the goodies out of the bottles!

And for my teenager, I found this great paper by My Mind's Eye that only needed her name and some ribbon added.

It's always fun to do something a little extra for those special kiddos in your life.  I hope they enjoy their treats.

Hugs and Happy Crafting,


Crystal aka Caitlynsmommy said...

I love them! I love the soda bottles. Can I be your "almost" granddaugther too? LOL!

Larelyn said...

Anytime, Crystal. My own girls are so busy with careers that I have to borrow grandkids :)

Marcjo said...

These are great. I really like the altered soda bottles, but have to ask, how do you get the goodies out?

My Sheri CRAFTS said...

WOW! These are awesome! What great gifts! Thanks so much for sharing with us this week!

Scrapping Cat said...

Larelyn...all the projects are simply that web paper on the bag...the bucket is just too love love it

tt.scraps said...

These are great!!! Now it's my turn to scraplift you!! :) Happy Halloween from your newest follower!

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