I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. Philippians 4:13
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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

WOYWW #226

Hello Fellow Crafters,

It's that time again. Time for another What's On Your Work desk? Wednesday. If you would like to know what all the craziness is about, head on over to Julia's blog, Stamping Ground. Well, here's what's on my work desk today.

 I'm working on some Halloween treat boxes for my son's class.  I'm using a  pillow box template that I found here, a stamp set from JustRite, distress inks, and Spellbinders dies (of course). I need to make atleast 24 boxes, so I'm making 6 a week until they are done.





I finished these last week. 12 down, and 12 more to go.

Thanks for stopping by 
Have a Blessed Day
Hugs,
Regina






34 comments:

butlersabroad said...

Love your little Halloween treats Regina, you're so right to get them done early too. Can't believe we're in to October already!

Hugs
Brenda (No number yet!)

sandysewin said...

Wow, you are ambitious, two dozen of those boxes. They are super cute!

Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier and for the kind comments.

Happy Woyww,

Sandy #1

Nan G said...

Really cute treat boxes! Happy WOYWW! Nan G #8

Sandy Leigh said...

Oh it's a lucky child that has a crafty mom! Those treat bags are adorable. Thanks for visiting me too. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #3

Create With Joy said...

What a cute idea Regina - the colors caught my eye immediately!

Have a wonderful week!

Create With Joy - 7

Deb said...

very cute treat boxes, love them!
Debxx

April Story said...

Such cute boxes. Thank you for sharing them. April #17

Lynn McAuley said...

What fun treat boxes for your son's class! I have promised to create some for my daughter-in-law's first grade class! It is good to find such inspiration here!

Happy Wednesday!

Lynn #19

Nikki C said...

That is so sweet of you to make treat boxes for the class they are just so pretty
hugs Nikki 21

Peg Robinson said...

THose are lovely fancy treat boxes. Your son will enjoy handing them out. Peg R #29

MiamiKel said...

How wonderful! These treat boxes will be well received, I'm sure! They are super fun!
Hugs! Kelly #30

Helen said...

Gorgeous Halloween boxes, looks like you are well on the way...
Thanks for visiting me already! Helen 14

Darnell J Knauss said...

Good job on the pillow treat boxes for your son's class, Regina! They will be a big hit! Happy WOYWW! Thank you for the visit to the Playhouse! Have a great week! Darnell #10

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Those treat boxes are great fun! Love the colours..your son's friends will love them :-)
Hugs, LLJ 45 xx

Julie Ann Lee said...

Those treat boxes are just gorgeous! I love the colours! I'm sure your son's class will adore them! Have a great WOYWW! Julie Ann xx

Eliza said...

Hi Regina,

Great little treat boxes you are getting them done rapidly but you are keen to make so many. I don't celebrate Halloween here, not really an Australian thing, not sure why. Happy crafting.

Happy WOYWW
Eliza & Yoda 20

Elizabeth said...

Hi Regina, your desk looks so colourful this week - and the pillow boxes are fun looking but 24! ... that's an awful lot of boxes to be making :) Thanks for sharing. Have a happy WOYWW. Elizabeth x #49

Kate Hadfield said...

Oh wow, what lovely treat bags! I love all the colours on the background paper, did you create that effect yourself? I am sure your son's class will love them!!

Kate #51

Julia Dunnit said...

Ah Regina how kind you are, all that making for the class - they look great, so colourful! we don't do Halloween like you Americans, we need to learn a thing or two!

Jackie said...

You are so organised 6 a week till there done, I'm impressed!
Jackie 40

Caro said...

Those Halloween treats look wonderful. love the colours. Thanks for sharing. Caro x (#63)

Dainty Diva said...

What a great project to share with your Son's class. I know they will enjoy the treat.

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh these are lovely Regina, how lovely of you to take the time. I'd have eaten all the sweeties already!

Karen Ives said...

well you are very dedicated to make all those boxes, they look great.
Karen #60

Karen Busby said...

Those boxes are great. The kids will love them! Thanks for dropping by my blog earlier.
Best wishes,
Karen no.55

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Your treat boxes are very nice. I love the happy Halloween colors of them. It isn't always about black and orange. I think green and purple are just as important. I think I'll be stopping 'round your house for trick or treating this year.

Christine said...

You've set yourself a job and a half there! Stay strong and finish!
Here in England we don't celebrate but it is slowly creeping in. The shops have found it's an earner..........
I personally don't celebrate as I am a Christian and I understand the Bible to say we should avoid that sort of thing, just my opinion.

Bishopsmate #97

StampinCarol said...

Your boxes are really cute and you're doing them the smart way to keep from burning out! Happy WOYWW!
Carol N #84

Andrea said...

what cute boxes and very lucky children that's quite a production line ...love your organisational skills a lady after my own heart! have fab week and thanks for sharing Andrea #38

The Taming of the Glue said...

The boxes look lovely. I think 6 at a time is the best way as well, I get bored if I have to keep making the same thing. I must have a very short attention span! Hugs. Pam#41

Sharon Madson said...

Your son's class is so lucky to get these special treats and boxes. Greta job. Thanks for the peek!
Sharon #98

Maudieroff Roffey said...

Hi Regina, cute boxes - hope they love their gift - Happy WOYWW Mxx #33

Queen Lightwell said...

Well at least you are making good progress, nice that you have a plan and you are working it! :) Thanks for stopping by and leaving me a comment already, come back next week to see what was in the bags! lol Deeyll #53

scrappystickyinkymess said...

Luckily my DD has a small class! We don;t do Halloween so much in the UK but I do make Xmas cards from printables every year that have a little paper ornament of some kind to detach and put on the tree. But I don't think I've ever had to make as many as 24! Have fun :)
I am determined to get some visits in before tomorrow!

Happy (late AGAIN!) WOYWW!
Mary Anne (35)

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