You can find instructions for assembling the Bitty Box on my September 17th post here: My First Kiss Challenge, so I won't repeat them on this post.
Here are the supplies I used:
Stamp sets: From the Crypt, Pg. 21 #115460; Eat, Drink & Be Scary, Pg. 25 #111764
Paper: Cast-A-Spell DSP, Pg. 161 #115677; Basic Black CS, Pg. 155 #102851; Old Olive CS, Pg. 156 #100702
Ink: Basic Black, Pg. 155 #101179
Accessories, Pg. Big Sho Die-Cut Machine, Pg. 194 #113439; Extended Cutting Pads, pg. 194 #113478, Extended Premium Crease Pad, Pg. 194 #117630; Bitty Box & Envelope Die, Pg. 201 #115967; Circle Fire Rhinestones, Pg. 179 #109110; Snail Adhesive, Pg. 192 #104332; Stampin' Dimensionals, Pg. 192 #104430; Sponge Daubers, Pg. 192 #102892; Paper-Piercing Tool, Pg. 190 #116631
Follow the instructions on the earlier post to assemble the Bitty Box. (You may find it easier to attach the DSP pieces before assembling the box.)
Cut DSP 2" x 2" and stamp skull image for box cover. Ink around the edges and attach to 2-1/8" x 2-1/8" Old Olive with Snail. Use Paper-Piercing Tool to attach a rhinestone over the eye. Attach to the box cover with Stampin' dimensionals.
Cut DSP 2" x 2" and stamp inside image. Ink around the edges and attach to inside cover.
Cut four pieces DSP 1/2" x 2-1/8". Ink around the edges and attach to box sides with Snail.
Fill with candy and you're all done!
That's it for today. I guess it still counts as today, although it's ten minutes 'til midnight!
Thanks for stopping by.
If you’d like to purchase the supplies to make this project, you can find them here: Mickey's Stampin' Up! Website.