Cauldron Bubble Treat Container

Rachel Tessman did a treat container for a make & take at a Facebook team event and I just loved it so I recreated it for my October class.

J. Pollock Designs - Stampin' Up! - Cauldron Bubble

J. Pollock Designs - Stampin' Up! - Cauldron Bubble

J. Pollock Designs - Stampin' Up! - Cauldron Bubble

J. Pollock Designs - Stampin' Up! - Cauldron Bubble


149931 Cauldron Bubble Clear-Mount Bundle
149930 Cauldron Bubble Wood-Mount Bundle
121045 Cardstock 8-1/2″ X 11″ Basic Black 
146987 Cardstock 8-1/2″ X 11″ Gorgeous Grape 
140272 Cardstock 8-1/2″ X 11″ Whisper White Thick 
147531 Toil & Trouble 12″ X 12″ Designer Series Paper
147099 Classic Stampin’ Pad Gorgeous Grape 
145372 Stitched Shapes Big Shot Framelits
119868 1″ Circle Punch
141704 Bags Cellophane Gusseted 3″ X 6″ 
104430 Stampin’ Dimensionals
138995 Tear & Tape Adhesive
146276 Stamparatus


Basic Black 2 ¾” x 10”, scored at 2 ¾”, 4 ¾”, 7 ½”, 9 ½”
Gorgeous Grape 1 ½” x 1 ½”
Whisper White Thick 1 ¾” x 3”
Toil & Trouble Designer Series Paper (DSP) (2) 2 ½” x 2 ½”, cauldron & cat


  1. Score the Basic Black cardstock along the long edge, adhere Tear & Tape on the ½” section.
  2. Using Gorgeous Grape, stamp Trick or Treat and the ghost on the piece of Whisper White. Punch out the sentiment and die cut the ghost.
  3. Die cut the Gorgeous Grape cardstock using the smallest Stitched Shapes circle.
  4. Adhere the sentiment circle to the Gorgeous Grape circle using a Stampin’ Dimensional.
  5. With the ½” section at the bottom, adhere the piece of ghost DSP. Add the sentiment in the middle.  Use a Stampin’ Dimensional to add the ghost.
  6. Rotate the Basic Black so the ½” section is at the top. Attach the piece of stars DSP.  Adhere the cauldron in the middle.  Using a mini Stampin’ Dimensional, attach the cat.
  7. Fold along all the score lines, pull off the release backing from the Tear & Tape, fold the Basic Black and attach with the Tear & Tape to create the box.
  8. Slip into the gusseted bag, roll down the top, and close with a binder clip.




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