Halloween Nugget Tin

Nugget Tins are always a huge hit at any craft fair or vendor fair that I’ve done!  They’re just simply twelve Hershey’s Nuggets, each wrapped in a 1 x 3 inch strip of Designer Series Paper, and placed in a small, rectangular tin.  Since most of Stampin’ Up’s DSP has twelve different designs, you can do a whole set without any duplicates!  For this one, I used the Spooky Night DSP on the nuggets, as well as on the tag.  Once the nuggets were in the tin, I wrapped a 1-1/4 inch strip of DSP around it, as well as some ribbon, and the tag.

I used two stamps from the Spooky Cat stamp set to make the tag.  The background is one stamp, which I stamped in Basic Black ink and the Happy Halloween is a different stamp, which I stamped in Pumpkin Pie ink.  The Spooky Cat set is a photopolymer set, which makes it really easy to align different stamps perfectly without using a stamp positioner, as the stamps are completely clear!  I then cut the front layer, as well as the back with cutting dies from the Layering Ovals Framelits, and adhered them using Snail adhesive.  Then I just punched a hole, attached it to the tin with some coordinating ribbon, and embellished with a Black Rhinestone.  And the completed tin is good to go!

I’ve already had multiple requests to make these for Christmas!  While Stampin’ Up! does not sell the tins, they can be found on ebay (which is where I got these).  Time to stock up on more before my next fair!

Thank you or stopping by today!  Please check back tomorrow for another Halloween themed project!