halloween party treats
Tis’ the season to get your Halloween on. It’s always fun to bring out the Heidi Swapp Lightbox and papers plus Minc items to dress up a seasonal table. And that’s just what I want to do. Let’s go on a tour of this here table of goodies and all things festive.
The new Lightbox Glow is so fun! Not only do I love the striking black (which just so happens to be perfect for that Halloween-vibe), but it’s going to be perfect when the sun goes down and the lights stay low. This addition to my party table is going to glow and get all the oooohs and aaaaaaahs.
I dressed the Lightbox up with some black tulle and a Heidi Swapp Crate Paper Minc tag. You’ll be seeing these tags make their appearance again. Promise.
These little bags make it super simple to wrap up a big o’ cookie and get to trick-or-treating. Just sayin’. The orange foil makes it perfectly festive.
One easy way to dress up the table is to add in this Halloween Wall Gallery Print.
This is a super easy way to make a visual statement all the while dressing up the table with a bit of glam. Another way to add a large statement like this to a table is to use a laser printer to print your own customized sentiment. Foil all the words. And dress up the party.
These favor bags are all the rage with Bazzill Cardstock banners plus Magnolia Jane pattern paper and more Minc Tags. The cardstock color is called Weave and perfectly matches the orange of the foil and tags. Love when that happens.
These gift bags, which can easily be found at a local craft store, enjoy layers of doily plus notched pattern paper, tulle, bakers twine and some fun paper shreds. And you know me…grab that hot glue gun and secure it all down. You can thank me later.
A few change ups creates another bag. Ready to hand out to party-goers filled with all that good candy loot.
Another way I found to use Heidi Swapp paper products is with these Magnolia Jane Minc Tags. Again, orange foil to the party making additional treat bags all pretty.
Isn’t it funny how seasonal we are about food? Notice tucked in the midst of the goodies a few candy apples? They got some pretty paper to dress them up too.
Magnolia Jane pattern paper is simply trimmed and notched at the end because that black and stripe is great for all things Halloweenie. Trust me.
This Minc Trick or Treat banner is dressed up too. Tulle just makes anything fun and pretty. It makes for a very inexpensive way to to dress up all the things.
So however you celebrate this season…whether you tend towards fall parties, or Halloween-themed affairs, invite Heidi Swapp and all her Lightboxes, Minc products and Magnolia Jane pattern paper. It’s a party in the making.