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Murder of Crow Party Favors!

The Lost Coast Designs five piece stamp set Murder of Crows is very versatile.  It could be used for cards, scrapbooking and YES, even party favors.

Murder of Crow party favors!


Supplies:
Lost Coast Designs - Murder of Crows
Acrylic Block
Cardstock to stamp on
Black Ink
Embossing Powder
Pillow Box Kit
Corrugated Cardboard
Double-sided Tape and Glue
Flowers
Bazzill Edges


Lost Coast Designs five piece stamp set Murder of Crows!
 
The Pillow Box Kit makes into great party favors. 
 
The kit comes with all you need to create five pillows as pictured below.
 
Today we are going to deviate from the kit and use the pillow to create favors for a Halloween themed party!
 
Instead of the paper bands included in the kit Corrugated Cardboard was used for the base of the embellishments on the pillow.

Cute the Corrugated Cardboard to length and adhere with Double-sided Tape
Cut pieces of Bazzill Edges and adhere to the Corrugated Cardboard with glue.

Lost Coast Designs - Murder of Crows were stamped on cardstock  using an Acrylic Block with Double-Sided Tape.  Stamp with Black Ink and heat embossed with Embossing Powder Black Drag the edges of the paper on the ink pad to ink the edges!
 

Adhere the Crows to the pillows with Double-Sided Tape.
 
 
Glue flowers to each pillow as desired.



Hope you have been inspired to use your stamps
for projects other than cards!!!

 
 
 

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