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Halloween shaker tags

Hello!  Well, it is still very humid these days with lots of rain in between.  Hope the winds come back soon so I can craft more.  It's hard to sew in hot weather! 

Here is my first set of shaker tags.  I used the tag dies from MFT and the sentiment and bat are from PTI.  I added some micro beads and sequins from Doodlebug.

Here is a set of spiders, also from PTI.  I thought these would look more fun with those wiggly eyes.

This is the back of the tags.  I think these would look cute to dress up some special goody bags.  The green ribbon is looped so you could easily tie them on to any treat bags.

I just got in these cute silver star sequins.  They are tiny too.  I'll be listing it in my Etsy shop on September 1st.  I think I will try to schedule any new listings for the first of the month just to keep myself from getting overwhelmed.

Thanks for stopping by!




Comments

These are cute Eva!
Yeh you folks up there are getting pounded by those rain huh!
For us at least on my part of the Big Island weather has been super hot!!!!!
It's humid at night only - boy that big ceiling fan in our master bedroom takes a beating running all night long..... LOL!
Well hope it eases off so you can craft more.....Lot's of upcoming craft fairs soon with the holidays coming around the corner.....
Unknown said…
How fun are those shaker tags?! Super cute and those tiny stars would look awesome in a shaker project too!! Can't wait for all these storms to pass and enjoy cooler, less humid weather!
Lynn said…
Really icky tags...I hate spiders...but actually those are great looking tags!
Lynn said…
Oops...I meant bats...but I hate them too! All Halloween creatures are scary!
Cheryl said…
Cute tags! The googly eyes are fun!
Leanne said…
Cute tags Eva!! They will definitely dress up any ghoulish looking treat with a cute flair.

Aww if you can send some rain and wind to California, specifically LA I'd appreciate it. hahaha!

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