Day 9 of crafty Halloween goodness! Does anyone else go around booing their neighbors? You know, when you leave a Halloween treat at their doorstep and then ding and dash. A little poem or sign usually accompanies the gift, basically tagging them to go boo someone else. You can start this fun little tradition in your neighborhood if you don’t already do it. I have the perfect booing project for you. Spiffy up a few old pringles cans (or any type of canisters – baby formula, coffee cans, etc.) and fill them with cookies or treats. I used the printable labels by Ink Tree Press from last year’s Halloween Cookies In A Jar tutorial to complete the look. Happy booing! Link up your Halloween crafts HERE.
Step 1: Measure how the length of the pringles can and cut a piece of scrapbook paper to fit perfectly around the can.
Step 2: Glue the scrapbook paper around the can. You can use just about any type of glue or adhesive for this project, I had a glue stick handy so that is what I used.
Step 3: Trace a slightly larger circle than a printable label on a coordinating piece of scrapbook paper. I traced around the ribbon spoon, which just so happened to be slightly larger than the printable label.
Step 6: Fill the can with treats or cookies and go booing!
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