I was actually thinking of making mummy tags for the swap and now I am so glad I didn't because I wouldn't have done justice as this one has done. Thank you Marcia from alittleshoparoundthecorner. This is absolutely the most beautiful blingy mummy I have ever seen.
Here is how I mailed out some of my Halloween swap tags. Just to add some dimension and color to the packaging. However it was major FRIGHT when I went to the post office with the little 4" x 6" padded envelopes. I had anticipated 65 cents to mail each one state side. NO! It was $1.95 each. Really?
artjoystuff hostess extraordinaire sent out to all participants. Thank you once again and you are the bestest!
constan-tina and has so many wonderful elements that are Hallowicious. Even the back was decorated with mummy eyes. Thank you spooky much.
This tag has an almost glowing appearance. Both sides are done and I about jumped when I touched and saw the cockroach. Fortunately he is glittered and plastic. Something with glitter can't be all bad now.
Oh I just did bake chocolate chip cookies so I guess you can come to the dark side. Bahahah...
mercedesscott blog. You clearly put a lot of time and creativity into all the bits and pieces of this wonderful tag.
So with Halloween quickly approaching I can honestly these will add so much to my themed decor. I treasure all that is given to me and I will be enjoying these tags for many years to come.
I expect you have gotten some spooktacular inspiration from these photos and links.
Oops break time is over...I must get back into the studio. I am working on my boutique items. Keeping it very simple so as not to overwhelm myself or potential buyers. Our local economy is desperately struggling so I am focusing on very affordable items. Regular gasoline is between $4.649 to $4.759 per gallon in this area. We are always more expensive here in the foothills but this is really hurting all of us. I am being even more careful about running errands. No big box shopping down the hill but that resulted in a very high grocery bill here locally yesterday. I had to get some food in this house...it was Mother Hubbard's Bare Cupboard around here. Off I go...walking into the studio now.
Still no rain. We did have some clouds but they were just creating a dreary layer of grey.
BOOtiful Blissful Creating...