My Whimcees

My Whimcees

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

A Halloween Tea Bag or Treat Holder and A Pirate Owl Comes to Owl Forest

Hello!

I love this little treat holder - it is one of my favorites. It can also hold tea bags and I have made some like that which I will post at a later date. I found the tutorial for this great project on beate's blog "Fresh & Fun" at http://beate.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/




And speaking of favorites, I think this little pirate owl is one of my favorites this year. He happily joins his friends in Owl Forest to wait for Owl-O-Ween Eve - excited to show them the colorful small parrot sitting on his wing.



Thanks for stopping by today!

Wishing you a creative day!

Barbara Diane

9 comments:

Sandra Shimizu said...

Hi Barbara, I'm glad that I can see your blog again, love this tea bag and this little pirate owl, so cute!
hugs

Line´s world said...

hello my dear,
that´s a great tea bag...the time is running away...halloween is coming soon
hugs from germany
line

Zebiline said...

`ღ´Sooo cute your little owls!! I love the Vampire and the Hula Owl *gg* and the big Tree ist beautiful.
So much to look ... fantastic! The Tea Bag is very funny, a good gift idea for Halloween. I love it!
Have a good Day!!
Hugs Gaby

Migdalia said...

Wow! Your scene is so darn cute! Can't wait to see all of them!

Zwergenwelt said...

Hi Barbara,
it seems you are such a great Halloween Fan, your ideas are so inexhaustible , every day you have News for us!!
Its great!!!
have a nice day!!With hugs, cornelia

Rhonda Miller said...

What a fun tea bag/treat holder and I love the pirate. TFS.

Mina said...

wow Barbara these are gorgeous, I love the holder its fab....your magic boxes in the sidebar are amazing I really must try making one of these
Mina xxx

Leny said...

Hi Barbara

Beautiful work!! Love it.

Follow your blog now.You can visit or follow my blog too.

Hope to see you there,
Leny

LisaJ said...

Been following your Owl-O-Ween Forest. Can't wait to get to the computer each day to see what's new!!I'm going to give this a try for my granddaughter for next year. I'll let her pick which one she wants to add each day.
I'd love to see some tutorials on how you made them!! Did you you punches or a lot of free hand cutting?