Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Spellbound Halloween Tag & Photo Card

ER wanted to put together some little treat bags for her preschool classmates. She was a very conscientious treat packer; it kept us occupied for almost an hour! We used this opportunity to count to 16 over and over, and over again! It was also a great way to fit in some one to one correspondence practice. We gave the kiddos a Halloween pencil, pumpkin erasers, stickers, vampire teeth, and a couple of sweets.Now you KNOW we could not just tie our baggies closed and call it a day! Oh no that is not how we roll around here:) I just got my hands on the new Spellbound Halloween themed digi kit from Louise at Adori Graphics. I had so much fun using it to whip up some tags for our bags.I designed this 2X3 tag (edited for posting) put a bunch on one sheet, and printed out all of them on two pages of photo paper. I added a picture of my own little sweetie, so everyone would know who the goods are from:) The only thing I think I would change is, to make the button cluster a little bigger.

Anyhoo, here's the tag attached to our loaded up treat bags. I totally wanted to use ribbon, it would've been even more adorable, right? Then decided to make my life easier and just use the twists. After all, chances are both are going to end up in the trash as soon as the kids tear into them. Still super cute don't you think?
While I was at it, I also made this fun little photo card, edited for posting, to send to some friends and family using the new kit. They printed out two to a sheet and these will fit right into the envelopes we usually use for bill paying.

Most of the premade designs I was seeing were for horizontal photos. I love being able to make my own designs so I can fit my favorite pictures of ER. If she was a little older it would be fun to attach them to some paper and have her write her own little message on the back.

Check out Louise's post about Spellbound for some more preview pics of the kit contents. Loads of fun stuff in there and in my opinion, also perfect for pages about a certain wizard, who's the subject of an upcoming movie! I'm sharing this on my weekly linky party: A Crafty Soiree:)


Disclosure: I'm a on the Design Team for Adori Graphics and receive access to products to create promotional items.

1 Friends Said:

Tonja said...

Love the idea for the tags. I wish I was as crafty as you!
I would also like to ask you to come join me this Friday at my blog Mama Needs Coffee for Friday Coffee Talk :)

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