Monday, October 3, 2011

Halloween Bat made with Owl Punch AND New MDS Update and Bulk Buy Pricing!

My very talented sideline demonstrator, Eva Davalos, made this adorable Halloween Treat Box!  She used the Owl Punch to make the bat; the owl chest piece was used for the wings.  She used the Big Shot machine for almost everything on this project!  Eva die cut parts using the Box #2 die, the Scallop Circle #2 die, and the Stripes and Spider Web Embossing Folders.  Finally, she used the 2 1/2" Circle punch and the Word Window punch.  Cardstock colors: Basic Gray, Basic Black, Delightful Daffodil, Pumpkin Pie, and Early Espress for the branch.

Also, today starts the NEW Hostess Only My Digital Studio Holiday Collection and NEW Bulk Buy Pricing!!
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To learn about the new MDS Bulk Buy Pricing available on select products, click here.  Be certain to UPDATE your MDS software today to take advantage of the new pricing and to download the NEW Holiday PRINT PRODUCTS!!  Open your MDS software and update it by clicking "Help" and then click "Check for Updates", or manually update with the file in the Resources section here.

Have a great Monday!


  1. TOO CUTE!!! Thanks for sharing... Question... how are the fangs and the mouth done????


  2. Very cute! I just found your blog and have subscribed by email and are now following you. I am a very new crafter.


  3. Thanks Faith and Tina for the nice comments! Faith - to make the mouth, the slit punch was used; it's now retired. To make the fangs, the chest part of the owl punch was used. At the top of the punched out chest image is a "V" shape. Just trim off from the sides of this "v" shape to form the fangs. Once the fangs were formed, the piece was slid through the slit and glued in place. I hope this answers your question; if not let me know!