Do You Make Halloween Treat Bags?

I know Halloween is a still out a bit, but it will be here before you know it and you know it will be busy right up until Halloween. I don't make Halloween cards, but I like give treats and my kids go to parties. I figured that If I attaching an over-sized tag to a treat would make a great Halloween party favor or hostess gift. See a similar tag on Facebook.

Mixed Medley Halloween Tag
This little tag is made from the Hostess set Mixed Medley. It is so cute because it has two images that work together for different holidays and is perfect for party favors. Remember that you have to purchase the hostess sets with your hostess dollars. You can earn hostess dollars by having friends get together to stamp or place an order of $150 or more.

Border Banter Mixed Medley Halloween tagI left a space on the tag so I could personalize the tag. Maybe you could fill a cello bag with candy and tie a tag to the bag for party goers to take home. The images are actually from 3 different sets, but I could have done it with fewer.

Border Banter Halloween Treat Favor
The Designer Series Paper is called Howlstooth and Scaringbone. I have been able to use this DSP
for fall stamping with the Perfectly Preserved stamp set and not just for Halloween. I love it when paper can be used for many occasions. Of course I added a little bit of the Vanilla Smooch Spritz. I like to use a little bit of shimmer for a party. Don't you?

I made a similar tag, but with Rich Razzleberry and different images that I posted over on Facebook. Don't worry about making all of your tags different if you are making many tags for a party or a class. They can be changed just a bit and it will still look like you have a variety of tags.

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