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Good morning! Today I am excited to share a simple Halloween Neighbor Gift Idea. I know it’s a little early to get all spooky on you, but by the way time is flying, Halloween will be here before you know it! ha! This year won’t be like any we’ve seen before, I’m sure! So I am already planning to make some neighbor gifts I can just drop by to friends & family! I’ll be sharing the Cricut Design Space file for these cute tags, and I have a free printable if you don’t own a Cricut. So, I’ve got you covered either way! 🙂 I’m also taking part in the Creative Halloween Crafts blog hop. So be sure to check that out, too. Let’s get started! 🙂 #bestcreativecrafts
For this project you will need:
Cricut Joy (or other Cricut cutting machine)
Halloween scrapbook paper
Glue Dots or other adhesive
this Design Space cut file
mini hole punch
s’more ingredients (yum!)
For those that don’t own a Cricut (yet!) here is a link to a free printable you can print out & use instead. 🙂
Alright, after you cut your vinyl or print out the printable here, cut out your tags. The white cardstock is 3 inches by 3 inches & the scrapbook paper is 3 1/2 by 3 1/2 inch. Apply your vinyl to the white cardstock. Then apply them to the colorful scrapbook paper with Glue Dots or a glue stick.
Gather your ingredients for s’mores! Did you notice I forgot the marshmallows!? ha! When I go to make these for real for Halloween, I’ll be sure to remember those! 😉
Fill a goody bag with the ingredients. I sprinkled in a few Reese’s Pieces. Candy corn would be cute, too!
Punch a hole in the top corner of your tag and tie on with a ribbon. That’s it! 🙂
These would make a cute treat for your neighbors left on their doorstep! 🙂
Enjoy these other fun Halloween neighbor gift ideas. Click the link or the picture for the full tutorial. 🙂
Check out this fun event even more Halloween crafts. 🙂
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