Video Tutorial: Kit Kat Holders (more craft fair goodies!)

so…what do you do with a bunch of Kit Kats that you still have left & not sure what you can make? Well, here is what I came up with! Super easy, but also really fun. I even filmed a video for you all, because who doesn’t love creepy, scary Halloween music? 🙂

The eyes in the video are somewhat small. I later changed them out & added larger googlie eyes because…well…googlie eyes are just fun! These shapes were cutout with my Cricut Cartridge. The spider was from Doodlecharms & the bat was from Paper Doll Dressup.



Here is the video. To watch in full HD, head on over to YouTube.

Oh, and can I brag for a moment? I got another email from CARDS magazine last night. Look for my creations in Jan, Feb & March 2010 issues of CARDS. Woot woot!! 🙂

10 thoughts on “Video Tutorial: Kit Kat Holders (more craft fair goodies!)

  1. So cute!
    Crossing my fingers it doesn’t rain for you! That will be a real bummer!
    Wish I can go over and see ya and say hi! But I live in Orange County, California! But I’ll be thinking about ya thou! 🙂

    OH? Congrats on being in CARDS Magazine! That is soooooooo awesome! Will you be showing pics of what you made? or do we have to wait till next year?……shoot! Hope I can remember!

  2. CONGRATULATIONS!!! Way to go!!! Yeah for you!!! and all that stuff, you go girl, what an accomplishment. I can’t wait to see what you have submitted. On another note, these little devils are just the cutest things around. You got my mind going and I thought of all kinds of other stuff you could make to use just like this. Like Santa, Snowmen, Christmas Trees and Presents for the Holidays. Turkeys for Thanksgivings. You could make them up in school colors and sell them at pep rallys and football games, basketball games, etc. Now how about Easter, really cute with Bunnies, or Easter Eggs. I think that you have opened up a whole new market here. Thanks for the inspiration. You and your site Rock! I love getting your updates and then checking them out. It is like a stamping “fix” for me. Have a wonderful stamping day!

    Trish in Wisconsin

    1. thank you Trish!! You are right, there are so many wonderful ideas for these. I hope to make more for sure! Thanks for the kind words!! 🙂

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