Thursday, September 17, 2009

Doodlecharms Treat Bags .Cut file available


I guess I've been on a bit of a Halloween kick and had been asked to do a few simpler projects using fewer carts for Custom Crops so I made these treat bags using Doodlesharms and the round bag from Plantin Schoolbook. Technically Design Studio isn't a must for these but I did tweak the sizes of the Doodlecharms cuts to fit a bit better on the bags (and make sure they'd fit). These babies are a pretty good size to fill with a bunches of treats and the spider (my FAVE) stands pretty tall. Because of that he was cut with multiple layers and his legs are reinforced with wire. There are more pix on the Custom Crops site and you can view the article and download the .cut file HERE. Thanks for dropping by! xxD

20 comments:

  1. Hey Donna...you incredible talent you! I know that everytime I come to visit your blog, the first picture that opens up causes me to say outloud OH MYYYYY. I love your work, you have this wonderful talent of making everything look 4 dimensional. These Halloween treat bags are sooooooo cut.
    Now that I have DS, I need to figure out how to do a cut file, don't I?
    Carole

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  2. how cute they all are!!! love the cat of course but the spider may be the first one i make ;0)

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  3. Cute cute as always.... can't wait to meet you...

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  4. that's beautifull !!!
    I just linked you on my blog. I hope that's ok.

    Monique

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  5. too cute! I do love the spider as well

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  6. Hi donna,
    these are a fabulous Halloween idea. As usual you produce something unique. I love them.
    Hugs,
    Fiona x

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  7. Awesome halloween treat containers girlfriend! Too cute!

    ~L~

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  8. Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog :)). I'm honoured you're linking me too :))).

    Hugs, Monique

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  9. Oh Donna these are adorable..just adorable...I love them... so so sweet.
    hugs
    Jeannie

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  10. More fantastic goodies to look at. I do love to see the cricut used so creatively without DS, and these show the versatility of the machine perfectly
    hugs
    En xx

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  11. OH my Donna, you out did yourself again, and my you've been busy...I cannot wait to try these. They are so adorable...thank you so much for the cutfile....I just love the demension on these...TFS

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  12. OMGoodness, you are killing me with Halloween cuteness lately! These are all SO adorable!

    If I hadn't already promised those mermaid items to my SIL for my nieces b-day, I would totally send some to you!:-)

    (-: Heidi

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  13. Donna these are adorable, such cute little treat bags. Great job.

    hugs
    Kaye x

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  14. Oh do truly love those treat bags, won't they be the hit of the neighborhood. Hugs

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  15. Adorable, you are so talented! So many great ideas and fun projects. TFS

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  16. Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Halloween post on Sep. 18, 2009. Thanks again.

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  17. How absolutely adorable! i always make little treat bags/boxes for all the trick-or-treaters and these fit the bill. But even more perfect, I volunteer for a no-kill cat shelter and of course the cat bag is so right-on for handing out treats this year. Thank you so much for your great creativity that makes us not so creative people look good!
    Barbara

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  18. How absolutely adorable! i always make little treat bags/boxes for all the trick-or-treaters and these fit the bill. But even more perfect, I volunteer for a no-kill cat shelter and of course the cat bag is so right-on for handing out treats this year. Thank you so much for your great creativity that makes us not so creative people look good!
    Barbara

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  19. How absolutely adorable! i always make little treat bags/boxes for all the trick-or-treaters and these fit the bill. But even more perfect, I volunteer for a no-kill cat shelter and of course the cat bag is so right-on for handing out treats this year. Thank you so much for your great creativity that makes us not so creative people look good!
    Barbara

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  20. Donna, I just wanted to tell you thank you for the cutfile, these were so easy to make...come check out my blog where I did give you credit...but wanted to post my version....thanks again...http://www.scrappinlilscreativeside.blogspot.com/

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Thanks for making my day!