Extreme Cards and Papercrafting: Spider Treat Pocket

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Oct 16, 2010

Spider Treat Pocket

spider treat pocket

Made the same way as the bat shaped treat holder from the previous post.

Download files, cut out, and score. Assemble pocket. Weave pocket through the spider piece.

spider treat bag
spider treat bad

Download cutting files: PDF, SVG (how to use my files in Cricut Design Studio), DXF, Silhouette Studio.


Files download for free; contribute what you wish.  Suggested amount for this design: $1.99.




Extreme Cards and Papercrafting: pop up cards, movable and mechanical cards, digital crafts and unusual papercrafts.

9 comments :

Alicia said...

Another amazing creation! I can't wait to cut it out and add it to my Bat Treat Pockets for my Trick or Treaters this year! Thanks so much for sharing! *Hugs*

Laura said...

How cute! Too bad we don't celebrate Halloween ... I will make one anyway. Thanks so much for sharing!

Hugs,
Laura

Petrina Case Studio said...

Your 'Spider Treat pocket' is such a clever transition from the other one. How about one for Christmas - a Tree on top and the papers green and red.

cpeep said...

Yup, Petrina, I'll just take off the face and stretch the middle up! Brilliant.

Anonymous said...

These are FANTASTIC!! I just got a Silohuette and I'm not sure how to download the DXF files!! When I click on the file I get a bunch of lines. I downloaded the butterfly GSD file and it downloads right away. Can you tell me how to download DXF?? I can't wait for what you come up with for the Christmas pockets, how about a snowflake pocket too? Thanks for sharing and teaching! Silvia

cpeep said...

Try right clicking and saving rather thanopening it directly.

Francisco said...

Good thing, it kinda remind me of Hans Christian Andersen's woven hearts! I'll try to adapt this thing to make a christmas tree.
thanks for sharing this!

Anonymous said...

This is an awesome project, thanks for sharing with us!!

TT said...

love your creations. Am now following your blog. Thank you for sharing your talent.