Hey Everyone! Ken here with Ken's Kreations!

I am here for a special Saturday post! I have been invited by Awesome SVG's for a Halloween Blog hop. Here is how it works:

Remember last year's Halloween Boxes?

Halloween is around the corner and I have an awesome blog hop to introduce to you this year's Halloween Treat Boxes!

For this event, Awesome SVGs is proud to feature some equally awesome bloggers that give you their take on some of these boxes. At each stop of the hop I hope you will be inspired by the creativity of these awesome crafters. I'm certain you will find great ideas for giving away candy this year.

To make things a lot more exciting, we are giving away prizes!!


This Blog Hop will end at 12:00pm (noon) GMT on Sunday, October 18th. On Monday we will pick and announce the randomly selected winner of a Chibi Boy Vampire digital file from OAK Tree Stamps.

The rules to win this $12 value prize are easy peazy:
Create a Halloween treat container of your own. It does not necessarily have to be a box. Upload a photo of your project using the linkup tool below, don't forget to include your email to be notified if you are the winner.
Become a follower of each blog in the hop and leave a comment at each stop.
The winner will be announced on Awesome SVG's Facebook page on Monday 19th
Here is the complete blog hop lineup:

Awesome SVGs (You are here)
Christopher from
Jennifer from
Cathie from
Mitsyana from
Julie from
Ken from
Jenny from

The link to download each file used for these boxes are available on each bloggers sites, so make sure you visit them all.

So let's get started with my post for this blog hop! I choose to work with the Pumpkin Treat Box. Now I love these treat boxes but choose to turn mine into a decoration by using an LED Tea Light.

1) Start with the uploading the Pumpkin Treat Box SVG into Cricut Design Space. These files are already sized for you but you can make them as big or small as you like.
2) I cut the design out on Kraft Stock and used Black Licorice Stamp Ink to randomly stamp all over the Kraft Stock.
3) Now I wanted the pumpkins on the box to really stand out. I used some Washi Tape to block off the box around the pumpkins. Using Orange Inka Gold, I spread an ample amount onto one side of the pumpkins. Continue to rub the Orange Inka Gold to activate the bee wax and you are left with a nice gold shimmer wax finish to the pumpkins.
4) Do this to all sides using GreenPurple and Black Inka Gold finished. 
5) With the Pumpkin Treat Box SVG you will get 4 panels for the inside of the box. I cut these out using Cricut Vellum,
6) Take the cut outs and run them through your Cut'N'Boss with the basket pattern from the Oriental Weave Cuttlebug Set.
7) Use Tim Holtz Mini Inks in coordinating colors to the Inka Gold and highlight the embossed raised part of the vellum. I used my Heat Gun to dry the ink.
8) Use your favorite Adhesive to adhere the panels on the inside of the box and then construct and glue side of box.
9) Insert candy or LED Tea Light inside the treat box.
10) Finish the box by wrapping Orange Twine and embellishments around the top of the box to close it. 


Don't Forget To Get Your Files At Each Stop!
Christopher from (Go here next)
Jennifer from
Cathie from
Mitsyana from
Julie from
Ken from (YOU ARE HERE)
Jenny from (GO HERE NEXT)

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