Hello, can y'all believe it, I will be blogging my 100th post in just a few more days!!!!Truly unbelieveable huh?..hehehe... I've been busy making some needful trinkets for a couple of days, I hope y'all like them.
My sweet and talented friend Annette of "Huckleberry Arts" has made a delightfully gorgeous banner just for it! She is the one that did my blog banner too,
which is also fabulous!, but if you need a banner, she's the one to go to!
So here's what I'm gonna do, I have three groupings of items and the first two names I draw will have a choice, accordingly,
of which grouping they would like. So if all goes well it should be fun, so here are the gifts, oh and if you click on the pic's you can see it all glitter so much better!!!The first grouping has my logo beautifully embellished on a wand, full of glittered crepe paper ruffles, ribbons with tails and bells!
Two goody filled cellophane bags, the larger has my handmade and wrapped fake "candy" all in halloween colors with tiny plastic ghosts, bats and spiders, tied up with coordinating ribbons and a sweet little tag.
The smaller one has more tiny plastic characters plus,candy corn, cats and a golden moon disc with a witch silhouette, tied up with a tiny "silly" tag and ribbons.
3 handmade tags, on 2 I've used copied vintage halloween sheet music then stamped both with Halloween themes and ribbons, the third is also from a vintage print of a lovely lady. All 3 have a bit of glitter on the designs and made from cardstock and scrapbooking papers trimmed with more Halloween ribbon.
Finally two vinatge mini pumpkins, which I have applied sparkly glitter to, the are finished off with one single fabric leaf.
Next we have tussie #1, which is made of a plaid printed paper over a heavier material, trimmed with Halloween paper fringe at the top and bottom then embellished with all sorts of goodies, some handmade like the glittered tags with initial and some not ,like the ribbons, metal pumpkin charms and bell hanging from it at the bottom. 2 decorative hangers were used on either side of the tussie for it's ribbon handle.
1 glittered pumpkin, 2 of the embellished handmade tags but different designs and sizes, and 1 small cellophane bag of the "wrapped candy" with tiny plastic characters, all tied up with coordinating ribbons and sweet little glittered hangtags.
Last but not least is the second tussie, which has exactly the same goodies as the first. The only small differences is in the pattern and colors of the papers I chose to make it from, this one is made in a dotted design and the color of the trick or treat sign on the face tag is purple. All Halloweenie and ready to put up, but you have to sign up for it!
Good luck all!