Welcome, Hybrid Hipsters!
I had to blow the dust off of my printer, today. I'm been so busy with digital designs and haven't squeezed in any time to print it out, until today. I got to play with such a fun, fun collection from Clever Monkey Graphics and WendyP. It matched super with my new Kooky Spooky templates.
Check it all out!
Lately I've been seeing a lot of inspiring SVG's in digital shops like, Design Bundles and Creative Fabrica. I drew these witches and then something delectable for them to drink. Hehehe...I love the sass in the saying and this collection is certainly full of sass. The colors are just perfect, too.
I scrapped two pages. I couldn't wait to customize these boots and broom. Speaking of customization...I have several blogs on decorating for Halloween. I made this chic broom and designed some really fun, pointy and curly witch boots as well. Another fun idea witch related, was a huge cut out I put in the window. You can find the tutorial and pictures for this, right here.
The only thing I actually purchased for this custom was the hat and wig. I just put on all black stuff, this fancy scarf then made the boots from some boots of mine. (No worries! You can totally "undo" the pointy bit and wear them again if you do it right.) The broom was just all stuff I had laying around the house and actual twigs from outside.
Here are our new templates. So fun and festive!
There will be a coordinating FREE kit with these! Stay tuned!
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I wanted to show you a few more pages from Tracey's team to give you more ideas on how you can use the new collection.
You can go soft and silly...
Find Shabby Chic Halloween in the Sweet Shoppe.
Another idea for ya, are these treat bags. I don't know what Halloween is going to be like this year in regards to this virus and the kind of rules in your area, but it might just work if you prep your bags, put them in a huge box and then let the kids, one by one come up to the box and grab a bag.
These are super for parties or to just hand out treats to your colleagues, friends or even students. Find a template on line or check out Pinterest. The shapes are very basic, you could even sketch it out yourself. You could also simply click on the preview image and get the automatic download for these lovely treat bags.
I've got a full tutorial on how to do this really simple project linked up in the image, below. It's SO easy!
Feel free to peruse our blog for years and years worth of Halloween projects. Use the search at the top of the blog or visit our Pinterest boards.
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