Beginner Guide: Learn How to Stamp on Treat Bags for DIY Halloween Project

by Card Making with Lisa Mensing 

In this video, Lisa shares her first time stamping on cotton muslin treat bags with Memento Luxe Inks and a few tips. This easy and fun stamping project is perfect for party prep, events, or goodie bags. While this project is Halloween themed, it is easy to change the theme to Christmas, Valentine’s Day, or any fun holiday you celebrate.

Skill: Beginner
Time: 5 minutes + dry time per bag


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Other Art Supplies

• NEW Fuzzy Spiders Clear Stamps | Whimsy Stamps

• Cotton Muslin Bags – Annie’s Paper Boutique

• My Sweet Petunia | NEW Original MISTI 

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Customize Window Cling Vinyl for a Mason Jar with StazOn

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by Lori Warren

As the leaves turn color, they not only mark the return of Fall, they also mark the time for crafters to start their Holiday makes or gifts. One of my makes this year is a hand-stamped jar to fill with home-made bath salts. Stamping on such a curved surface can be a difficult task. One way to turn this challenging task into an easy one is to use StazOn ink to stamp on Window Cling Vinyl, it makes decorating a jar with a hand-stamped image, a breeze!

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 20 minutes



  • StazOn Ink Pads – Caribbean Green, Jet Black, Teal Blue, Plum, Dove Gray
  • Crafter’s Square – Craft Bottle
  • Grafix – Cling Vinyl, Clear
  • Twine
  • The Paper Studio – Ribbon
  • Stampers Anonymous, Tim Holtz Collection – Nature
  • Martha Stewart Bath Salt Recipe

Create a Reversible Naughty or Nice Christmas Stocking

by Jennifer Vanderbeek

Create a Reversible Naughty or Nice Christmas Stocking

Getting a head start on the holiday crafting rush, I decided to sew up a quick stocking and decorate the linen cuff with Fabrico markers, All-Purpose Ink, and some heat-embossed accents. While deciding just how I wanted to do the embossing I tried out a lot of products: VersaMark, Delicata, and Creative Medium to name the top three contenders, but I decided that the fine details that On Point Glue afforded made it the best choice for this project. Because of the heat embossing, you want to make sure that the area you’re decorating is a fabric that won’t melt when you hit it with the heat tool. Linen, cotton, canvas, or wool (the natural, sheepy stuff, not the polyester kind) should all work just fine, but you might want to test a small piece before getting too far into decorating your stocking.

Skill: Advanced
Time: 1 hour + dry time



  • Stocking blank (or materials to make your own)
  • Pencil
  • Watercolor paper
  • Darice – Heat tool