I’ve known Lisa for a few years now and LOVE everything she does.
She’s super talented, and I hope you like the tutorial as much as I do today.Here’s Lisa….
I’m Lisa Andrews and I’l excited to be blogging here on Lil’ Luna today. I keep busy running Scrapbook Circle, a monthly scrapbook kit club. I also post craft and scrapbooking ideas on my blog Enjoying Everyday.Hi! I’m excited to to be guest blogging here with you today on the Lil Luna blog.
I started off the project with this Pumpkinhead font from Dafont.com. I used my Silhouette to cut out a few of my favorite faces from the font from vinyl. Next, I just stuck the vinyl faces onto the jars. If you don’t have a die cutting machine, you could just cut the faces from paper and glue to the jars.
Then you just fill the jars with candy and finish off with a ribbon around the top. You could fill the bottom of the jar with tissue paper or shreaded paper if you don’t want to fill the entire jar with candy. Very fast and easy!
If you are looking for a healthy trade off for the candy, you could give this a try…
Thanks to Kristyn, I discovered an amazing new candy store, Sweeties Candy, only 10 minutes from my house. I walked around the candy store and found so many different orange types of candy. These would all be great to use to fill up pumpkin jars.
Here’s a look at some of the orange goodies I found at the candy shop. Yes, one of the candies is a REAL scorpion inside of hard candy!
If you don’t have a candy shop nearby, Candy.com is a great resource for getting candy by the color. You have to buy in bulk, but if you could split your order with a friend or buy for a party, this could be a good candy option.
Thanks for letting me share with you today!
Thanks again Lisa for the AWESOME Tutorial!!
Doesn’t Lisa rock?!
I sure think so!!