Sunday, October 2, 2016

Clip on the Witch Hat!

In my continuing quest to make lots of Halloween crafties for my church fair later this month - I made these Halloween treat bags for the Featured Stamper challenge over at Splitcoaststampers.
I was inspired by Featured Stamper Candee's Boo-made Treat bag . I have been wanting to make these cute little witch hats since the tutorial was posted over at Splitcoaststampers last week - instead of a printed treat bag like Candee used with her witch hats - I adhered pieces of patterned papers onto kraft bags - stamping on some of them. 
Here's a close up of these fun and easy witch hat clips.  I used a thicker sparkle card stock cutting the hat with 2" circle Nestability die with a 1" circle inside it (cutting like a donut).  You use the outside piece for the hat brim - and then cut 2 pieces 1 1/2" x 2".   Make a dot in the middle of the 1 1/2" edge and cut two triangles for the crown piece of the hat. You glue a tiny clothespin (up to 2") I used a small bow die by Lil Inker Designs for the bow.
Here's a view from the back - I stamped a spider hanging on it's web on the back of the bag and if I clip the hat right there on the side -it looks like it's hanging from the hat!
and a view of the tiny clothes pin inside that enables you to 'clip' it on!
These worked up really quickly, which I needed as I want to make several more! 

I'm linking my treat bags to Brenda's Halloween Giveaway.
Stamps: Midnight Feast - Waltzingmouse 
Paper: DCWV Ghosts and Goblins Mat Stack, Glitter Paper - Michaels
Ink: True Black - PTI
Accessories: 1" tiny clothes pins - Joann, Kraft bags - Joann, rhinestones - Kaiser Craft, Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive, Bow Die Small - Lil Inker Designs

5 comments:

Brenda Brown said...

What adorable little treat bags Julia, gotta make my grand girlies one of these each, that hat closure is so cute. Thanks for sharing on my Halloween give away post xx

Redanne said...

Brenda is right, these are adorable Julia, love the idea and the hats look fabulous - such a great idea, I might make some for Halloween hand-outs. The spider looks amazing too! Hugs, Anne xx

Marybeth said...

I love all your projects Julie! How fun that your church does a fair I kinda wish mine did too! Love the hats! How are you and how is your sisters family doing?

Eileen Hull said...

So cute- you will sell tons!

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Those are so cute Julia, thanks for sharing them! Deb

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