DIY Halloween Test Tube Treats feat. Creep It Real

Halloween is a great event to give little treats out.

One of my favorite treat delivery systems that Stampin’ UP! came out with in the new Holiday Catalog is the test/treat tubes.

Today I am sharing a little holder I created for the tubes.  This was inspired by a photo from Stampin’ UP!’s demonstrator magazine.  I don’t have the magazine yet, but when I saw the photo I knew I could create it without instructions.

But I bet you’d like to have the instructions.  So here they are.  There is a also a video to go along with this.  So in case you are like me and need to watch someone putting the stuff together, I got ya covered.

Below the video you will find a list of supplies you can purchase from me.  I always appreciate your orders!  Your order is your way of saying….”thanks for making these tutorials for me”

Click on any of the images below the video to purchase the item in my store.

You can get the Vintage crochet trim and the black rhinestones completely free from me if your order is a minimum of $50!


Supplies used to create today’s treats:

REMINDER:  If you place a minimum purchase of $50 (before tax and shipping) you will receive a brand new roll of black vintage crochet trim and the beautiful black rhinestones from the holiday catalog.  If your order is more than $150 do NOT use the host code, you will still get the free goodies.  The free items are mailed separately, from me, not Stampin’ UP! and will be mailed after Sept 25th.  These items are only available for one order, during the offer period.  Meaning if you place a second order, you will not receive a second set of trim and rhinestones.  Offer is Aug 23- Sept 22.  Subscribing to Paper Pumpkin does not count towards a $50 order unless you purchase a pre paid subscription.  This offer is only through me, Wendy Cranford, and is not a Stampin’ UP! offer.  Offer only available to online orders.


6 thoughts on “DIY Halloween Test Tube Treats feat. Creep It Real”

  1. So cute! Have you thought about putting a couple of extra layers on the inside bottom with holes punched out so the tubes and unit can stand up easier. It was just a thought that ran through my brain.

  2. This is not a criticism but wanted to remind you to send love to the U.S. Virgin Islands especially St. Johns and St. Thomas. They were also decimated by Hurricane Irma!

  3. Just wanted to clarify the measurements of the box base. You say 10-3/4″ x 3″. When I watch your video it looks like yours is 11″ x 3″.

    • Hi Shari, It is 10-3/4″. In the video I left it the full 11″ because I was too lazy to cut it off. But you don’t really need that last 1/4″ on there. So really up to you. It’s not a piece you see.


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