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Friday, October 31, 2014

Trick or Treat from Reverse Confetti


Well, after my last post, I thought I'd jump back to the day at hand and show y'all a little Halloween tag I made that would be super quick to put together if y'all are still needing to dress up a little package for some sweet 'treaters. 

I did this quite some time ago using a bunch of REVERSE CONFETTI products, but saved it just for today!  Check it out...


I used our TAG ME, TOO Confetti Cuts die to start out with for a nice tag. shape.  I love this one because it's not too small.  You can actually put a bit of stuff on the front and it's still cute and not overloaded.  I cut the larger circle from the CIRCLES 'N SCALLOPS set and then used last year's Halloween stamps--SPOOKY CUTIES AND SPOOKY SENTIMENTS for the cat and greetings.  I cut the cat out and added some glossy accents to him, and cut a strip of the stamped "happy Halloween" to go across the bottom of my tag.  The bat is actually a glittery foam sticker from Hobby Lobby (I had to share because I get asked about them every time I use one..LOL!) that I just added a rhinestone to. 

Ok, well I'm off to procure a bunch of candy, what's your favorite kind?  Have a safe and Happy Halloween!




SUSIE Q-TIP:  Tying twine in double is really easy.  Just double the length, folding it in half, and tie as if it were a single length.  Makes your life easy and you don't have to tie two bows separately.  Maybe this isn't such a new concept to some of y'all, but you'd be surprised as to how many in my classes didn't realize this.  Pass it on.

Stamps:  Spooky Cuties, Spooky Sentiments (Reverse Confetti)
Paper:  Black (Bazzill), Old Olive (SU!), Various DP
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories:  Tag Me Too, Scallops 'n Circles Confetti Cuts (Reverse Confetti), Ribbon, Twine, Glossy Accents, Bat Sticker, Adhesive Rhinestone, Foam Boosters



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