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!
Another super simple idea using the digital collection – but again – one that is very easily adapted using the paper and stickers. I find party décor 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.
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. 🙂
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 🙂
Love all the Halloween treat packaging! Those bats are adorable!
These are great! So much fun, and I'm a fan of the bats, too!
These are great! Wow! I'd be thrilled if you'd link them here:
I have those little jars and can't wait to decorate them for Halloween. I love the bat straws too.
all great ideas! I love the scary choco bark – wondering where I can get those skulls in US???