Hi everyone! Halloween is definitely the time for treats and cute packaging! I was asked to make some decorated sugar cookies for teacher gifts and even though the cookies are super cute by themselves, I could not resist crafting some adorable holders for them!
First up is a clear clamshell container that I prettied up with a band of layered designer paper, bright colored twine and a spooky tag. The paper is from the Echo Park 'Halloween' collection and I just love these witch legs that are part of it as well.
This pretty bag is from Michaels and was the perfect canvas for some Halloween stamping! I used the 'Spooky Sweets' stamps from My Favorite Things to decorate the front of the bag in Halloween colors. I added an oval tag with a sweet sentiment and some sequins for shine!
This is a pre-cut treat box that I picked up at the grocery store and I simply cut more adorable card stock from the Echo Park 'Halloween' collection in different patterns and adhered to the box. I added a tag with some fun die cuts and another diet sentiment!
There were some fabulous stickers in the 'Halloween' collection and this creepy cute tree was one of them! I layered some of the card stock for the background before adding the tree, a sentiment sticker and another pumpkin. A big bow and shiny black sequins were the final touches!
For the last cookie bag, I die-cut this Reverse Confetti spider web tag and glittered it up with some Black Diamond Stickles. I added a Halloween plaid background and the cute mummy and bat images along with this delightful sentiment!
Of course, since I talked about the packaging of the cookies, I should should show you what was inside! Here they are in all of their cuteness!
Have a safe and happy Halloween!
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American Crafts ribbon
Stampin' Up ribbon
Crafts store Kraft bag