Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Totally Treats Tuesday!

Happy Tuesday (aren't you glad Monday is over? LOL) and welcome to another new feature in our Tuesday rotation. Every third Tuesday we'll be sharing treat ideas, great ways to package a special treat or small gift. We hope you'll enjoy this new feature and will be inspired to try some new ideas.

First is my Halloweeni-martini. Eyeball, anyone? LOL I didn't like the color of my hot pink martini glass so I painted it black and now I LOVE it! It's not plastic, btw. It's a real glass one. :)

Heck, I've been on a roll all month, and we still have a couple of days till candy time, so why not another Halloween treat. LOL This would be a great way to send home a goody with little party-goers or to give a neighbor. No messy frosting or a crumbly mess before they even get home.

I used a simple plastic cup (I picked them up at the dollar store in the wedding section), a treat bag, and a bbq skewer. Tied with ribbon and you're good to go!

Or you can add a sweet tag or embellishment for the occasion. Here I used the Holiday Tickets and Fright Night stamps, and the mini rosette die.

Super quick and easy project for last minute treat giving. You can do this for any occasion and it keeps the mess away until the goody makes it to someone else's house! LOL ;)

Product List:
Martini glass:
My Creative Time, Rolled flower die
My Creative Time, Index tab die
My Creative Time, Holiday Tickets stamp set

Cupcake treat holder:
My Creative Time, Holiday Tickets stamp set
My Creative Time, Fright Night stamp set
My Creative Time, Mini Rosette die
Ticket die, ribbon, bamboo skewer, plastic cup, clear treat bag


  1. Wow what a bevy of wicked awesome ideas for your cupcake treats. I really love them all. Love too how you used all of Miss Emma's goodies. Your black martini glass turned out great and it is a much better look and ideas for holding those spooky eyeballs.

  2. GREAT treat idea Shar, they look sooo YUMMY!!! :)

  3. LOVE the "Halloweeni-martini"! You could stick an eyeball on one digit, in place of the customary pick and olive--What, too much?
    Fantastic packaging idea for cupcakes! The simple mini rosette die adds just the right amount of flourish!

  4. Super cute idea for the cupcake packaging! So cute!
    Love the martini filled with chocolate! I am on my way over...yum!!

    Sherrie K

  5. Shar ~ EEK ~ I LOVE the black martini glass ~ except I want my filled with liquid ~ just kidding! Then the cupcake idea and how you decorated that ~ CUTE idea!!!

  6. The martini glass is wonderful with the hand, flower and cute tag. Very clever idea for the mess free cupcake. It looks so pretty rosette and ticket. I like your wood Trick or Treat decoration too. Super job!
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