I had seen this pillow (retails for $44) on Home Accents Today and got an inspiration to make a similar pillow using iron on flocking material and a pillow and velvet pillowcase from Ikea. My total cost was $14 (pillow, case and iron on flocking material). You could probably do it even less expensively if you used regular fabric and some heat 'n bond.
In the Fall 2011 Stampin Up! mini catalog, I saw kraft bags made with a spider cut out and thought, "Hey, I've got a cut like that on the Chic and Scary Cricut cartridge..." so I decided to make these bags. I added in the corner web, also from the cartridge. These make such quick and easy treat bags for a Halloween party. They went together very quickly!
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