Halloween Treat Bag Tag

Treats for All Ages

by Jowilna Nolte

Halloween themed treat bag with a handmade tag made by Jowilna Notle using Orange Zest StazOn Studio Glaze and Electrci Green Radiant Neon ink.

Halloween is a time associated with candy and kids – so what better way than to create little treat bags for the older kids in the family so they can join in the fun. A quick tag to decorate the candy bags is a fun and festive way of getting in the mood and celebrate this holiday.

Skill: Beginner
Time: 30 minutes + dry time

Directions

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Step 1

Position a stencil onto a white tag. Add a small amount of StazOn Studio Glaze onto your finger and rub through the stencil. TIP: The glaze will run and bleed under your stencil but this is part of the charm. It creates a gorgeous textured and dimensional effect.

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Step 2

Once the Glaze is dry, ink around the edges using a sponge dauber and Radiant Neon ink. TIP: I used a textured stamp and
VersaFine Smokey Grey to add additional stamping over the green inked border.

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Step 3

Place some seam binding ribbon on your craft mat. Press green and orange Radiant Neon inks onto the ribbon and mist with water. The water will make the inks blend and bleed into the ribbon and each other. Once dry the color will lighten slightly.

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Step 4

Punch a Halloween sentiment from paper and ink the edges using Memento ink.

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Step 5

Assemble the tag by adhering the punched sentiment and adhere the ribbon in a bow to the top of the tag. Attach the tag to a candy filled treat bag using orange bakers twine.

Supplies

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  • Tag – white
  • Stencil
  • Texture stamp
  • Water mister
  • Seam binding ribbon
  • Halloween paper sentiment
  • Punch
  • Adhesive
  • Twine
  • Gift bag
  • Candy

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