Use the Print & Cut feature on your Silhouette to make adorable gift cards for any occasion, like these Spooktacular Halloween gift tags!
I’m going to be a little bit controversial here: CANDY IS THE BEST PART OF HALLOWEEN! 👏🏻
Okay, that might not be controversial at all but I needed to let you know where I stand. Because candy is life. Besides coffee. But I seriously couldn’t live without either. My sweet tooth is out of control.
I’m the type of person who wants others to enjoy all the delicious sweets as much as I do. And who better to push candy on than our wonderful therapists who work with the toddler on a weekly basis?
Right now he gets physical, occupational, and speech therapy to help him catch up to other kids his age. Our therapists are AH-MAZING and they deserve all the praise and love from us for all that they have done for our kiddo. That’s the biggest reason we decided to give them a little treat this year and I made it a little more fun by topping the candy bags with the spooktacular Halloween gift tags!
The biggest reason I love my Silhouette machine is because it makes me feel like a crafty goddess. I can whip up the simplest project or go all out complicated and it always looks like I spent so much time and energy coming up with what I made. Even if the project only took me 20 minutes.
These Spook-tacular Halloween gift tags are definitely more simple, but no less fabulous. And they’re really easy to make if you know how to print and cut. But if you don’t….I’ve made a video just for you that’ll walk you through the steps to set it up in LESS THAN FIVE MINUTES!
These spooktacular Halloween gift tags are:
- easy, and
- perfectly spooky!
Make your own spooktacular Halloween gift tags with the Print + Cut Silhouette feature!
If you’re not a huge fan of reading instructions, here’s a video that’ll teach you to set up your machine to print + cut in less than 5 minutes!
One thing I’m really trying to do with my toddler is teach him how and why we do things for others. It’s never too early to start showing our appreciation for others and how to DIY his own gifts. He still doesn’t quite get it but the more we talk about it and practice what we preach the faster he’ll catch on.
And…if I keep slipping him a bit of candy it’ll keep him interested and maybe (just maybe) he’ll help me put these halloween gift tags and bags together for a longer period of time. 😉
Hey, a mom can dream. Right?
If you’re on the hunt for other fun (maybe last minute?) Halloween projects, I’ve got a few good ones that will take 20 minutes or less to do!