Friday, September 21, 2012

Candy?


I love to have candy out in small batches for the kids before and after Halloween. As much as I would like to think they would rather have an apple I know better. The prepackaged candies are handy and easy to grab and go. Never one to miss an opportunity to make things cuter I knew I could do better than a plastic bowl.


Smaller than the paper pieced hexagon bins now listed in the shop.


Yet still big enough to handle a bag or two of candy treats at 7 inches square.


Sweet silhouette witches to spook a creeping hand.


This lined and handled cutie is one of four available in the shop.


Is it time for Christmas yet?


22 comments:

Chenille Cottage said...

Oh, Renee....This has the cute factor times ten!!!
Your cubbies are just wonderful!
Twick or tweat!
Carolynn. xoxo

A Vintage Chic said...

So adorable, Renee! I think everything in your house must be adorable--can't imagine it otherwise!

Wishing you the loveliest weekend, dear friend!

Julie

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

Very SWEET and can't wait to see the CHRISTMAS ones!
Warmly,
deb

vintage grey said...

Love them!! The fabrics are so cute and the details are the sweetest!! Happy autumn weekend!! xo Heather

~Damita's Pretty Wrap~ said...

Renee I love them! They're soo cute, love the sweet fabrics too! Happy Fall weekend! Yum...I like candy corns, I picked up a bag just the other day :) xo Holly

Kim K. said...

Thank you for sharing that lovely Halloween graphic at the top of your post. I'll be busy figuring out ways to use it tomorrow before the rest of the family are up. Love your latest design. It's simply YOU times TEN! Halloween hugs!

Nan said...

The inside of this bag with the light glowing on the outside is just charming. I love what you did with this. So cute.

donna said...

Your bin is so cute. Love how you did the front.
Hugs
donna

chris mckinley said...

OMG!!! Did I go shopping to early?? I thought I bought my favorite in your Etsy shop and now this! I just might have to go shoppping again!

chris

Kathy said...

A mother who faces facts - LOL! This bin is adorable.

Erica of Golden Egg Vintage said...

OK, I see that there is still one left in your shop and it's taking all of my effort not to get it! I will let someone else experience the magic off receiving one of your creations in the mail!
These just couldn't be any cuter!
Erica :)

Tammy's in Love said...

Look at you just cranking out hexies like nobody's business! That fabric mix is the cutest mix of patterns. You just keeping making cuter stuff, yeah, bring on Christmas prints! I can't wait to see what you're gonna do next!

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

This is a very cute way to display your candy, Renee! I like to do that, too, except that more often than not, it is my hand reaching for that candy!

❁Velma ~Down Our Country Road❁ said...

Much cuter than an ol' plastic pumpkin any day!!

Corey Moortgat said...

Really cute, Renee! WOuldn't a bunch of candy canes look sweet in one at Christmas?

And I'm loving that fabric you used for the little apron in the last post- love the little lamb!!

♥ Miss Tea said...

ohh loveliness! so cute and love the effect of the light in the bag! you're so creative!

susan

Melissa said...

So cute! You are very talented!

WendyBee said...

Very cute! How very darling. I love the embroidered stitches on the applique edge. Doesn't decorating for the seasons make them so much more fun? I love your blog and always love to see what you've been making.

Creative Breathing said...

Renee, Your childs apron is absolutely precious. I also like the vintage pattern as well. Such a cute shape. The inside of your bag is just wonderful! I am so happy to at last snag one before they disappear from your shop. Have a great week ahead! Elizabeth

✿Carol✿ said...

Oh yes, you definitely know how to make things cuter! This adorable bin will make grabbing some candy even more fun!

LBP said...

That little fabric bin is perfect! I am ashamed to admit that I am now on my third bag on Brach's Autumn Mix...I absolutely love it. So much that I hide it from my husband...and my son...I think there are support groups for people like me. LOL!

Blessings

Linda

LBP said...

Yeah...I thought so much about that little bin that I just bought it! I would say my Halloween candy will look great in it, but....there is none left.

I will buy some that I don't like and put that in it!


Linda