Halloween Treats with Echo Park

Hi Everyone

Another Halloween project to share today using the Echo Park Apothecary Collection. This time I have used the Digital Collection available here from jessicasprague.com.

Sour Cream Containers

I LOVE these! They might actually be my most favorite project I have created this year so far! Using the Apothecary Digital Collection I created a template for these – BUT I have made heaps of these with just regular patterned paper. 




I have a tutorial showing exactly how to put them together below and you won’t believe how simple they are! 


You can make 12 from a single piece of 12x12 paper making these a really economical project for any season.


More projects to come in the next couple of days - more edible treats too!

Post a comment with any questions

Lowri :-)

I am linking up this project to these websites here.

23 comments:

  1. these are fantastic!! I can't wait to try them!!
    I would love it if you shared this at our link party, Show & Share!!
    http://vintagegwen.blogspot.com

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  2. These look great Lowri and so simple to make. Did you put treats inside them?

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  3. Yeah, these are definitely the cutest things. What perfect treat packaging for Halloween parties at school. TFS!

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  4. These are so cute! I love little treat bags. Thanks so much for sharing at The Creative Spark - featuring this on my facebook page. Enjoy the rest of your week!
    Jenn :)

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  5. Awesome! I hope you'll link this post up to my Wickedly Creative Halloween Ideas Party.

    www.itsybitsypaperblog.com

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  6. Very, very cool Just saw you at Tatertots. I will be doing this with my daughter!

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  7. Oh my! How cute are these? I will definitely have to give these a try...and you are right...they would be great for SO MANY THINGS!!

    Heidi@HomemadeBeautiesByHeidi

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  8. These are really cute! I've seen them before and have wanted to do something like this for a party. I need to get on the ball! Thanks!

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  9. Hi Lowri! Just letting you know that I'm featuring these amazing containers on my blog today! Thank you so much for linking up all of your wonderful projects!

    http://midwesternsewinggirl.blogspot.com/2011/10/even-more-features-and-last-day-to-link.html

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  10. These are awesome! My teenager would love to make these. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. This is great! I actually think I could make them. I can't wait to give it a try. Thanks for the instructions.

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  12. I love this idea! I just may have to make some for the kids for Halloween. Thanks for sharing!

    Jin
    http://underacherrytree.blogspot.com/

    p.s. I found you from tip junkie. :)

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  13. Love this!!! I am going to make these for sure.

    Jocelyn
    caramelpotatoes.com

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  14. I love these! I love how easy they are, and how cheap! I'll be using this idea for future parties... Thanks for linking up!

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  15. I've always loved these but didn't realize how easy they are to make. Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

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  16. What an awesome idea!? These are shaped just like ice pops I had in elementary school. Never would have thought to make these - SO simple! They look fantastic : ) I shared this on my crafty facebook page.
    Jaimee @ craft-interrupted.blogspot.com

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  17. Wedding favors .....great idea!!!!

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  18. I can think of all sorts of things to go in these! TFS!

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  19. I love these! I can think of so many different holidays/events to use them and you're directions are the simplest/easiest I've seen!

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  20. I love making these

    rosiemini@gmail.com
    www.scraplovingminis.blogspot.com

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