So, Halloween is a pretty big deal in our house - we're that neighbor you live in dread of, with crazy decor and motion-activated spooky noises and jumping spiders, crawling hands...you get the idea! And wait'll you see our latest addition, an 8 foot black and white stripey spider with a light-up butt! He's hanging over our front door - my goal is to get to keep ALL the candy this year because the kids will be too scared to come to the house, lol...
Anyway, we also started with our after-school spooky treats this week (gummy eyeballs, anyone?) and I decided a little grave-yard humor (yuk-yuk) was in order! I thought the pretty curvy tag could look just like a headstone when upright like this, and swooshing bats are are just the right finishing touch!
Hint: make your bat trajectory by slicing off a 1/4" strip from one of your window sheets, bend one end under your box lid (I used the new Tiny Treat Boxes) give it a twist, and afix the other end under the other side. Adding the twist lets the bats show from the front and flutter all over!
Paper Pumpkin Boo-tiful Bags; plus Tiny Treat Box; Seriously Amazing dot stamp; Basic Black, & Blackberry Bliss Inks; Googly Eyes; Blackberry Bliss Marker; Window Sheet Scrap.