{Lifestyle Crafts} Halloween Goodies and Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie in a Jar

I hope everyone had a fun and safe Labor Day yesterday. We had a ball swimming and playing games with some great friends! 

With Labor Day now come and gone it's time to start getting ready for one of my favorite times of the year… AUTUMN!  Lifestyle Crafts is launching their new line of Holiday die cuts and I'm so excited to give you a sneak peak…


I made this fun Halloween treat container using the cute skull and cross bones {made from the turkey leg die cut} along with the Spooked Printing Plates using the Epic Letterpress.  Isn't it fun? 

I took a pint size frozen dessert container…

… and spray painted the outside with black paint. Then I took some orange acrylic paint and dipped the outer rim in the paint and then carefully let it drip down the sides to create the the spooky wax effect.

Then, I affixed the skull and cross bones that I created using letterpress paper to the side of the container.  Now all you have to do is fill it with your favorite Halloween treat and you'll have the cutest goodies {or spookiest} on the block!!

Next, I created a fun treat for our autumn tables…

… decorated with the fall die cuts soon to be released at Lifestyle Crafts.  This is a super easy and tasty recipe for Icebox Pumpkin Pie in a Jar. This is a no bake pumpkin pie recipe that I will share later this week.  Aren't the jars cute?  Wouldn't they be a fun addition to your Thanksgiving table?

All you have to do is visit Lifestyle Crafts site and check out all of their fun Holiday tools.  They really make creating for the Holidays so fun!!

Lifestyle Crafts is offering all of you fabulous WhipperBerry readers a fantastic deal…

20% off ALL Lifestyle Craft Products!

All you have to do is enter WHIPPERBERRY when you check out and voila, you are and instant winner!!

Here are some other projects that I have created using some Lifestyle Craft products…


{Click on the images to view the projects}

You need to run over and check out all of the fun stuff that they have over there… and really, who doesn't LOVE a great deal!!

We are linking to…

The Idea Room


  1. says

    You are BRILLIANT! I can’t believe you saw a skeleton in the turkey legs. Seriously. I wanna be you when I grow up! Great job, as ALWAYS! You are so fantastic.

    • says

      Thanks Tina!
      I said I was going to post the recipe tomorrow, but I have changed my mind. I want to try a couple more things out before I post the final recipe. S0… hang tight, but I promise it will be scrumptious!!

  2. says

    Oh Heather, it’s posts like yours here that make me feel the long forgotten creative elf in me begin to stir.

    I’ve been burying myself in so much work lately I’ve have forgotten the things I love. These are just too cute!!

    How do you come up with these things. ☺


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