I just love that Cat punch. This collection of product will get a lot of use at my house. I see scrapbook pages and treats for the kids!
I made a video showing how to put together the Test Tube holders.
Did you know that Last Years Halloween Paper Pumpkin kit is available? It is a set of 16 Test Tubes, as well as a stamp set, an ink spot and tags.
You can get the full kit for $17.00. The full kit includes the stamp set, 16 test tubes and supplies to make 16 tags.
Or you can get the refill for $8.00, which has the 16 test tubes and supplies to make the tags, but no stamp set or ink spot. Use a stamp you already own, or get one full kit and one refill to make 32 treats!!
If you are a paper Pumpkin subscriber, you can add these past kits to you shopping cart when you order. If you are not a Paper Pumpkin Subscriber, you will have to contact me to get one of the kits I have on hand.
Here are the scoring directions for the test tubes so you don't have to rewind the video several times to get them. Start with a piece of cardstock 4 by 11 or 5 by 11 depending on if you want the one tube box or the two tube box. Then score at 1 1/4 on the long sides the cardstock. Then at 1/2, 1 3/4, 4 1/4, 5 1/2, and at 8 inches score from the side just to the 1 1/4 score line you made on the sides of the cardstock. You can see this on the video.
Here are some ideas on what to put inside the treat holders.
m&m's (please note that the larger specialty m&m such as the Candy Corn flavor or 'Cookies and Scream' do not fit, only the traditional m&m's) or try these fun candy sprinkles from the Halloween aisle or the Baking aisle.
You can also fit about 5 Brach's Candy Corn pieces.