Introducing Keep It Simple: Halloween + Candy Corn Collage + Haunted Borders

Hello there! It’s Day 2 of Papertrey Ink’s August release and today I am showcasing a few new products, including Keep It Simple: Halloween stamp set, Candy Corn Collage die, and Haunted Borders stamps and dies. All of these new items will be available for purchase on August 15th at 10 pm EST at Papertrey Ink.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink

Here are a few treat bags using the new Candy Corn Collage die.  You can use this die on cards, scrapbook layouts, and treat bags.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink

I die cut the collage about four times from white, orange zest, and harvest gold cardstocks. I also die cut it using summer sunrise bitty dot patterned paper. Next, I poked out each of the corn die cut pieces and replaced them with alternating colors.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink

I covered small glassine bags with the die cut. It was a perfect fit!

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink

I paired the die with Keep It Simple: Halloween “trick or treat” sentiments. I also discovered that the Journal Card Borders dies were a perfect match for the Candy Corn Collage die! I love with other dies work together.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink

Supplies

Stamps: Keept It Simple: Halloween

Cardstock: Orange Zest, White, Harvest Gold

Patterned Paper: Summer Sunrise bitty dot

Ink: True Black

Dies: Candy Corn Collage, Journal Card Borders

Other: small glassine bags

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink

My next design is another treat-inspired project. I used Haunted Borders stamps and die with the new Gable Box die.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink

I stamped polka dots on the box too.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink

On the top, I added a little cardstock handle using Haunted Borders.

Supplies

Stamps: Haunted Borders, Polka Dot Basics

Ink: True Black, Orange Zest, Snow

Cardstock: White, Kraft

Dies: Haunted Borders, Gable Box

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink

Next, I have designed a Halloween card using Haunted Borders and Keep It Simple: Halloween. I added some spider web die cuts as well. To make the scallop border, I used the “link” border from the Haunted Borders die set.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink

Supplies

Stamps: Haunted Borders, Keep It Simple: Halloween

Ink: True Black

Cardstock: Soft Stone, White, Winter Wisteria, Harvest Gold

Dies: Haunted Borders, Spider Web Trio

Patterned Paper: Soft Stone bitty dot

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink

My last card is a simple design using Keep It Simple: Halloween and Haunted Borders. I used the trendy angled layout for this clean and simple design.

Project by Ashley Cannon Newell for Papertrey Ink

Supplies

Stamps: Haunted Borders, Keep It Simple: Halloween

Ink: True Black

Cardstock: White, Simply Chartreuse

Dies: Haunted Borders

That’s all of my projects for the day. Tomorrow, I’ll have more scrapbooking layouts to share! Fore more projects see…

Nichole Heady
Dawn McVey
Heather Nichols
Laura Bassen
Maile Belles

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  • Pat H. - So, so cute- every one! I especially love the candy bags! Pure genius! Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Annette Allen - so totally fun.. loving all these treats..ReplyCancel

  • Beverly Lausen - After all the cute ideas shared of the boxes I really NEED that die. LOL!!! Like the way you did the bags, tooReplyCancel

  • Gina Egg - Oh, Ashley! You sent me *over the edge* with the candy corn bags!!! I love them!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Diana K - So cute, all of them. It was so shocking to see that you added polka dots to the gable box. Ha! Especially love your spider web card.ReplyCancel

  • Susan Beauchaine - FABULOUS projects Ashley!!!
    I cannot choose a favorite! They are all amazing!
    The only thing missing is sweet Lauren’s face! 🙂
    Thanks for sharing
    SusanReplyCancel

  • Pat Whitley - That treat bag is simply adorable! I just love all things candy corn!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Petrella - Your treat packages are SO ADORABLE!!! Love them!!! And your Halloween cards turned out super cute too!ReplyCancel

  • Nancy M - You’ve created a great assortment of projects that really show off the products and allow all of us PTI fanatics to see what is included. The candy corn decorated bags are so much fun. I’m loving that idea. You really do use patterned paper so well.ReplyCancel

  • Katy Kirwan - Great job! These are so cute! I can’t wait!ReplyCancel

  • Kathy Krug - Fabulous treat bags and card designs.ReplyCancel

  • Deborah Rose - Love those super cute and clever candy corn treat bags!ReplyCancel

  • Kathie B - Great cards and projects, one and all, but my favorite is the wonderful trick or treat bags with the candy corn collage. Just spectacular!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Martina - I love the kraft on kraft, Ash! You make me wanna dust off my stamps! 😉ReplyCancel

  • Sue - I really like the glassine bags with the candy corn. Super cute idea! Makes me want to make it for all my neighbors as a special treat for Halloween!ReplyCancel

  • Carolee McCaslin - ADORABLE treat bags!!ReplyCancel

  • Kathy H - Really cute projects Ashley!ReplyCancel

  • Kelli B. - Oh my goodness! These treat bags are super cute! I love the candy corn die! I can’t wait for this release!ReplyCancel

  • Wanda M. - Oh my! Those treat bags are so cute. Love everything you showcased today. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Kathy - Really lovin’ those treat bags Ashley, thanks for the tutorial!
    I have all kinds of those bags hidden away waiting for a great idea to put them to use. Thanks so much!ReplyCancel

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