Halloween Hand Sanitizer Holders

This week in lieu of CASE the Catalog, I am sharing a project that it being made at my Stampin’ Bingo Event – Halloween Hand Sanitizer Holders.  While I am a huge fan of the pocket size hand sanitizers from Bath & Body Works, the official terminology is Anti-Bacterial Hand Gels.  It’s much easier to call them Hand Sanitizers. It probably simplifies it for all of us.  It is wonderful that they “theme” the products for the different holidays.   

Halloween Hand Sanitizer

Product labels are designed to coordinate with Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Papers (DSP).  SO, as you notice in the photos, the Toil & Trouble Designer Series Paper works perfectly with the different Halloween themed hand sanizitizers.  Also, the box design comes from a post from a couple of years ago by Erica Cerwin at Pink Buckaroo Designs.  It’s perfect for showcasing the DSP and the boxes can be assembled quickly.

Halloween Hand Sanitizer Holder

Below you can see how well the Bath & Body Works product coordinates!

Halloween Hand Saniziter Holder

Basic Black cardstock is used for the box base and DSP that coordinates with the Bath & Body Works hand sanitizer.  Therefore, it was used to decorate the box base.  In addition, the black bat was cut using the Spooky Bats Punch.   The cat, from the Toil & Trouble DSP, and a stamped ghost were cut using the Cauldron Framelits Dies.  Stamp and cut the ghost and sponge around the edge using Gorgeous Grape Classic Ink Pad.  Cut your sentiment with the 1 1/4″ punch. 

Black Cardstock works well considering the Black Glimmer Paper is discontinued. 

Additionally, Red Rhinestone Basic Jewels become the bat’s eyes while Clear Basic Rhinestonse  are colored to add a finishing touch to the box featuring the cat.  Color clear rhinestones with Dark Pumpkin Pie Stampin’ Blends.  Also, be sure to let it dry for a minute before transferring to the project.  Ask me how I know!!! 

Finally, Black 1/8″ Cord finishes off the sentiment featuring the ghost. 

CASE the Catalog will return but that I have lots of other projects to share but if you have questions regarding a specific project in either the Annual or the Holiday Catalog, don’t hesitate to contact me for details.

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