I used the Cracker SVG file from Gingerbread Chalet Village SVG Kit. It is a small file but I even made it a little bit smaller so I could 4 on a 12x12 mat. (Size was 5.291" wide x 5.776" high)
For this first batch I used DCWV papers from their Midnight Spell Stack (from 2011). I finished them all off with some ribbon and some new Trendy Twine I just picked up.
For this second batch I printing my own paper using the Echo Park Chillingsworth Manor digi kit. I picked it up on JessicaSprague.com - for $1! I recently purchased the Epson 1430 and this my first try on printing my own paper and I love it.
For the tags I used elements from Echo Park Chillingsworth Manor Element Pack 1 digi kit plus I added some of my own text within the ecal program. I did the print and cut feature on my computer and Sizzix eclips. Have to say it worked perfect. I even cut out the hole to insert the twine so it was super easy.
Wondering what I put in my cracker? - here is what fit: a bit of candy, an eraser, a few spiders (all from Target) and I attached some eyeball rings to the outside. I picked those up at Joanns.
So there you have it! Get going on those treats for the kids.
My latest SVG Cuts Design Project was just posted!
Go check out the details on my Happy Fall DIY Bulletin Board!