Halloween Shaker Party Wands with Tutorial

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Hey there Peeps! Ginny here dropping in to share a great Halloween décor-party favor that’s chock full of holiday fun.

These party wands were a lot of fun to create. I’m using the Ornament Double Sided and bits and pieces from the Spooky Shapes Set.

I selected the chippies I wanted to use being careful to choose smaller shapes that will mover freely when the wand is moved.

The fronts of the ornaments and a few of the shaker pieces were given a coat of black embossing powder and heat set.

The remaining bits were finished with silver heat embossing.

Using a black permanent marker on the inside and outside edges will give a nice clean finished look.

Polka dot patterned paper secured to the back side of the bottom ornament shape.  This is a good pattern that will not get lost behind the shaker parts.

I’ve included some pop beads in black and silver with the shaker bits and sandwiched it all between the clear bubble and the polka dot paper.

Layered crepe ruffled and secured with tacky glue to a black cardstock circle forms a great festive background and adding the straw slightly flattened at the top will be nice and snug between the background and ornament.

These party wands are finished off with some Stickles, loads of ribbon and twine and topped off with a blingy cabochon.

Cute by themselves…..but how about add them to a holiday centerpiece?

Wouldn’t these make the most funnest party favor? I want to have a party just so I can hand out these fabby goodies!!!

~Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Supplies~
Ornament Double Sided (coming soon)
Okay that’s all for me. Wishing all of you a happy and productive day with lots of time to be creative. : ) G
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