Monday, October 21, 2013

Mummy Jar and Tag - Halloween Hustle Day 1!

Hello!  Today is the first day of an ENTIRE WEEK of Halloween Projects from the My Creative Time Design Team!!!
My project for today is a recycled jar I made into a spooky mummy.

I used a roll of cotton gauze, attached with a little bit of glue, as the "mummy wrap" around a plastic bottle.  I used Emma's Just Tags and Fun Ticket dies on the attached tag.  I filled the bottle with some yummy gummy bears.

I put some Halloween Pop Rocks candy inside the mini bottles as the "poison", hehehe!
Supply List:
Just Tags die set, Stitched Fun Ticket die set, Holiday Tickets stamp set  -  My Creative Time
Boo Who paper pad  -  Recollections
Orange Zest Card Stock  -  Papertrey Ink
Recycled Plastic Jar
Bottles with corks -  Tim Holtz
Pin Clips  -  Basic Grey
Test Tube Paper Clips  -  Target
Gauze and Googly Eyes  -  Dollar Tree
Black Hemp and Ribbon  -  Michaels
Welcome to our 5 days of "Halloween Hustle"! Yep, we will have 5 days worth of last minute ideas to trick your treats!  You will ALSO see 3-D projects, home decor & even cards!  I hope you are ALL ready for some HALLOWEEN HUSTLE "FUN"! There will be giveaways all week! Check Emma's blog to see what it will be!  Also, if you missed out on our sale last week! Well....for this SPECIAL week ONLY, I have extended it! YEP, you can use the code OCT2013 to get 20% off your entire order in my store HERE!  Remember I told you about making a "Teeny Tag Holiday" stamp set? WELL....wait no longer, it is available now in my store HERE!

We have some FUN giveaways! Check Emma's blog HERE to see what the giveaway is on each day! To qualify for our daily giveaways, leave your comments on our blogs with a way for us to contact you should you win! GOOD LUCK! 


Cynthia Clark said...

Love your project from the mummy to the tag and especially the jar of 'poison'.

Joan Smith said...

OMG your jars are so wicked awesome I love your mummy idea you sure are ever so clever and love how you used Miss Emma's goodies. Great job and girl your jars are going to be the hit of Halloween.

jessica said...

How super adorable is this!! I LOVE the wrapped jar!!!
That tag with the jar of poison...OMG how fun! I have so many of those jars....great idea...might have to scraplift that..LOL!!
Awesome job Cathryn! Thanks for sharing and have a GREAT Monday!

VICTORIA said...

Your mummy jars are so cute such a creative idea :)

Amy said...

What a fun crafty idea!! Love your mummy jars!! Look forward to seeing what else you create this week!

Will said...

I love to watch you create these projects! Marking it poison is not gonna deter Zach and me from eating them!

romalynn said...

Cute Mummy. Great idea.

Lori Hefner said...

Such a fun mummy jar! Great idea, thanks so much for sharing:)

snappy scrappy said...

These are adorable!!!

Crafty Moni said...

That is so cute! I love your poprock idea, adorable:) Thanks for sharing!

Peace, Love, & Cricut Hugs!
Monica L.

moni023 at yahoo dot com

cghundley said...

Cute idea. Love
the little bottle
with Pop Rocks!
Carla from Utah

Mindy said...

OMGosh what a great recycle project. The kids could even make these to hold their own treats. Thanks for sharing

Sherrie K. said...

Okay Cathryn...this is so darn CUTE!! Love your mummy jar and fantastic matching tag!! May have to make a few of it!
Sherrie K

D- said...

These are ADORABLE. Love them. TFS.
Crafty hugs,
dmcardmaker (aol)

Tina said...

How cute! Would love some goodies packaged like this

Kristi said...

Such a cutie mummy jar and the tag is just awesome.
Kristi kidshomelove at yahoo .com

Crafting Katie said...

These mummies are too cute! Love the tags too!!!

Denise Bryant said...

Darling mummy jar and tag! Cute project!

lisa said...

I just love mummies and the wonderful ways they can be created. Thx for including them!

quilt4fun2 said...

What a clever idea and beautiful ribbons. I love it. Great job!
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marg0006 said...

What a super cute idea. Love the Mummy.

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Nina said...

I can't wait try this mummy jar- how clever and cute.

Miranda said...

OMGoodness!!!!! Theses are adorable!!!!!!!

Karen said...

We just finished a jar of pickles last night. I am going to use it to make you mummy project. Too cute!

Kim H said...

Cathryn ~ oh I LOVE, LOVE these!! I almost made these for this week! Of course mine wouldn't be this FABULOUS!!! I so don't know where you find half the stuff you use but I am always in awe of them ~ aka the itty bitty jars!! Love this idea!!!