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