Penuche and caramallows, nestled in a brightly colored liner, are sure to make any holiday happier. Four batches of fudge and one batch of caramallows will fill 23 boxes. Instead of making the paper divider, you can use paper cups to hold the candies.
Paper: 8 1/2-by-11-inch presentation matte (No. S041062), from epson.com
Similar glassine: German tissue paper in red (No. 737905) and Light Blue (No. 737914), from Kate's Paperie
5 1/2-by-3 1/2-by-1-inch cardboard box in cocoa (No. 53), from Liberty Display and Supply
Dress up children's (or fun-loving adults'!) T-shirts with cat's-eye glasses, a charm necklace, or a Peter Pan collar and placket. If ironing onto a colored shirt, print the clip art on heat-transfer paper specifically for dark fabrics.
Trick or treat? This witch appears to have both at her disposal. Ghouls in her good graces can help themselves from an urn of candies. But get a little cheeky and the treats won't be the only thing to go flying.
The detective and his trusty hound follow the scent to the next crime scene. Their matching plaid capes (modeled after the attire of Sherlock Holmes) are sewn from inexpensive suiting fabric with a simple pattern. Earflaps made from cloth and bias tape transform a pair of black baseball caps into a deerstalker hat.