Well, autumn begins later this week, but someone forgot to inform Mother Nature. It’s 90° outside this afternoon, and will be every afternoon this week. I am so looking forward to the cool, crispness of fall. Whenever it decides to appear.
So, have all your little ghosts and ghouls decided what they’re going to be for Halloween? It’s getting close. Time to prepare for the annual Invasion of the Candy Snatchers!
Invasion of the Candy Snatchers contains:
- 24 papers
- 16 glitter frames
- 12 glitter tiles
- 13 frames
- 10 ric-rac
- 9 lollipops
- 6 wordarts
- 5 candy sheets, each with a different kind of candy (I couldn’t make actual brand name candy, that would be copyright infringement, so I made general kinds: hard-shelled candies, gummies, tarts, chocolate bits, mini candy bars)
- 3 candy bars
- 2 caramels
- 4 glitter jack o’lanterns
- 3 owls
- 3 trick-or-treat bags
- 2 ghosts
- 1 candy corn
- 1 glitter bat
- 1 glitter black cat
- 1 glitter haunted mansion
- 1 witch’s hat
- 2 alphas (The hard shell candy alpha is lowercase only, the other is upper and lowercase, numbers and symbols)
As you can see, I went a little overboard with the candy! The kids aren’t the only ones who love Halloween.
I used several fonts in this kit all of which can be downloaded at dafont.com: Dinova Black, CreepyGirl, KR Boo Lane, Skullz, Nosferatu, Helloween, Halloween Borders, and Spider’s Club.
These tutorials were helpful in creating this kit:
- Swirly Suckers
- Candy Corn
- Conversation Hearts (for the tarts)
- Ghost in Bag (the trick-or-treat bags)
- Create a Poker Chip (the plain suckers, believe it or not)
The cute little owls were made using a template from Twinky Dezines. I just couldn’t resist.
This ain’t all. More Halloween goodies are coming!