This post is sponsored by Expressionery, all words and ideas are my own.
Easy Halloween Ideas
Halloween is right around the corner and Expressionery has the perfect products to make your celebration or gift spooktacular! I’ve got a great video to share as well as a post.
Check Out My Halloween Ideas Video
Here’s the post:
Quick Halloween Tags
I recently ordered the Jack O’Lantern Custom Stamp to personalize some fun Halloween themed goodies.
It’s so quick and easy to use the stamp to make darling tags.
Supplies: Jack O’Lantern Custom Stamp, orange card stock, green twine, a circle paper punch and a hole punch.
Simply stamp the image on some orange card stock. The stamp is self inking so there’s no mess!
Punch the shape out with a circle paper punch. Then use a hole punch to make a small hole.
Loop some green twine through and tie onto the stick of a caramel apple. These would be “sweet” gifts to give out on Halloween or at a scary soiree!
Halloween Candy Gift
Speaking of gifts, here’s another cool idea, using the Jack O’Lantern Custom Stamp.
Supplies: Quart Sized Mason Jar, Jack O’Lantern Custom Stamp, orange cardstock, a larger circle shape, ribbon, candy, wooden sticks, masking tape, a stapler and glue dots. I also grabbed some vinyl in the shape of a black cat.
Stamp the pumpkin and punch it out. Layer with the larger circle on the bottom, then ribbons, then pumpkin tag on top. You can staple the ribbon then use glue dots for the top layer.
Use masking tape to attach tag to stick.
Attach the rest of the candy to the sticks using masking tape. Place candy in jar and add arrange all sticks. Add vinyl to jar.
It makes a festive gift!
A great invitation sets the stage for a wonderful party. That’s why these Halloween Ghost Invitations from Expressionery are so bootiful. Not only are they an adorable way to invite people to a party, they’re so cute– they actually inspired a craft project! This would be a neat project for kids. I blacked out my personal info here but you can still see how adorable these invites are.
Supplies: Lollipop, white felt, Halloween ribbon, googly eyes, craft glue, and scissors. You might also want to grab a small bowl to use as template.
Cut a circle out of felt.
Place the lollipop inside the felt and tie a ribbon around it.
Add the googly eyes.