Sunday, September 13, 2020

Stamper's Anonymous Halloween 2020 - Pumpkin Pills

Hi everyone, and thank you so much for all the comments and likes for all the cards I made for the Tim Holtz Stamper's Anonymous Halloween stamps and stencils. My cup runneth over. Today, I have the first of three makes that you did not see on Tim's Live, and these are pretty sweet. These Pumpkin Pills were super fun and quick to make, and of course would be great for those special trick-or-treaters in your life. Enjoy!
Stamp the pharmacy labels on the #5 tags in Peeled Paint Archival using a stamping platform.
Stamp the 'physian', ID check, 'Apothecary', and warning label in Black Soot Archival. Use a Letter/Number Rotary Stamp in Black Soot to stamp $.31 in the upper left corner. Use a black pen to draw lines around the tag and other elements.
Stamp the pumpkins on kraft with Black Soot, and cut out. Make computer sentiments "Rx: Pumpkin Pills" and "Take as many per day for cravings". Cut out and ink edges with Antique Linen Distress Ink.
Ink the pumpkins in with Carved Pumpkin and Twisted Citron Distress Ink using an ink blending tool. Ink edges of Matchboxes, tags, and pumpkins with Vintage Photo Archival. Attach ribbon to edge of Matchbox with a Tiny Attacher. Add Matchboxes to tags with two sided tape, and pumpkin to top of the Matchbox. Add sentiment to top of pumpkin and top edge of box. Add string to tag hole.
(Glass Mat, Stamping Platform, Scissors, Letter/Number Rotary Stamp, Ink Blending Tool, Stamping Block, Two Sided Tape)
-Ranger Surfaces: #5 Kraft Tag, Kraft Cardstock
-Stamper's Anonymous Tim Holtz Stamp Set: Examination, Tiny Text Halloween, Undertaker, Snarky Cat Halloween
-Ranger Tim Holtz Archival Ink: Peeled Paint, Black Soot, Vintage Photo
-Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink: Antique Linen, Carved Pumpkin, Twisted Citron
-Black Pen
-Tim Holtz Idea-ology: Matchboxes, Tiny Attacher, Paper String Solids
-Orange Ribbon
-Nerds Candy in Small Snack Size Boxes

I'll be back in afew days with another yummy Halloween make. I hope your hands get creatively dirty soon!


  1. Fun, quick and easy...perfect for would be Trick or Treaters....if we have any...perfect use for those little matchboxes...

  2. O my goodness what a total fun idea. I might case this.
    Thanks again for the inspiration!

  3. Such a super cool idea Anita and yes, they would be fantastic for trick or treaters You really do have some fabulous ideas for these Halloween stamp sets! xxx

  4. Amazing! Your tag is so cool!! You are so creative!!

  5. Just brilliant - your matchbox pillboxes are so cool - love the instructions! And the background of labels looks amazing. (I must not buy another stamp set. I must not buy another stamp set.)
    Alison x

  6. These are so absolutely adorable! What a great way to use multiple stamp sets. Getting inspired and now thinking ahead to other occasions... TFS

    Kim M Jacobs

  7. These fantastic treat tags are too cute!! Love the colors and layout! Thanks for the “eye candy”!

  8. These are definately going to be made for my Halloween decorating, but also for my adult trick or treaters who will love the extra special work put into them! Thanks again for a quick amazing project!


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