Hi all! I’m here to sneak in one last Halloween project. As I mentioned, I have been teaching a class at my kiddos’ school for the PTA enrichment program after school. I based my class in paper crafting, obviously, and used the Envelope Punch Board as an additional basis. This was a super fun project we made. I found this awesome tutorial for a Happy Meal Box on youtube.
So I created my Happy Meal with some old Stampin’ Up paper. You’d want a decent weight paper to create a sturdy box.
After creating my box, I stamped a panel with Sweet Stamp Shop Zombies. I kept the panel simple because it was going to be the inspiration for 9 year olds. I colored my zombies with Copics and then sponged some Distress ink over the top to dirty them up. My zombie girl has a spider on her head, which is quite fancy with a rhinestone body.
Inside the box, the zombie fingers and cracker fit quite nicely. I had intended to put in a hamburger box with something, but it didn’t fit, amongst other issues (what to put in the box, box construction).
The “fries” are zombie fingers, which I cut with my Cameo. I used different colors of Bazzill papers from Michaels for the fingers — they had the nice texture to them, which added to the fingers.
The fingers had a box to hold them up and we put a roll of Smarties in each finger.
Finally, the cracker was filled with Zombie Kisses. I recently discovered Jaded Blossom stamps and absolutely love the candy stamps. Super fun!
Thanks so much for stopping by today!