Batty Treat Bags w/ Echo Park

Hi Everyone

A couple more ideas to share today from my first post as Echo Park's Fresh Face Designer.

Halloween Bark Treat Bags

These bags were so easy to put together. First though - I made the Halloween Bark (see how I did it on my blog here!) 


After packaging it into some cello bags I added these bag toppers. 


Using some fabulous Spellbinders dies I cut a large bat from a folded sheet of patterned paper (making sure to leave some room inside the die for a hinged top) and then mounted a smaller bat on top.

A pair of mini googly eyes makes these great treats for kids too!

Halloween Candy Jars


Another super simple idea using the digital collection – but again – one that is very easily adapted using the paper and stickers. I find party d├ęcor is often about instant visual impact and little bits and pieces like these really help to pull a theme together.


Using the digital elements I created these little jar labels and tags. I have printed them onto photo paper as I find the definition for smaller items is much better than printing onto cardstock.


Nobody celebrates Halloween here in New Zealand so I had to resort to making my own spooky colored candy. Check out exactly how I did it here!


Next week - Halloween Decor ideas! 
Please post a comment with any questions. 

Lowri :-)
I am linking up this project to these websites here.

7 comments:

  1. I'm loving all the Halloween decorations you have been making! Simply adorable. If we ever move to New Zealand (my husband's dream), I'll celebrate Halloween with you. :)

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  2. Hey Lowri, your halloween stuff is AMAZING! I am a BIG FAN of halloween and am loving your creations. We are having a break from celebrating halloween this year, as we go all out and it takes a week (of taking our time) to set it all up! See you soon :)

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  3. Love all the Halloween treat packaging! Those bats are adorable!

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  4. These are great! So much fun, and I'm a fan of the bats, too!

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  5. These are great! Wow! I'd be thrilled if you'd link them here:
    http://oneartmama.blogspot.com/2011/10/fall-craft-challenge-5-kids-craft-or.html

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  6. I have those little jars and can't wait to decorate them for Halloween. I love the bat straws too.

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  7. all great ideas! I love the scary choco bark - wondering where I can get those skulls in US???

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