harvest collection, part II


Now that dessert tables are all the rage, brought on by the talented Amy Atlas, all of our new collections offer dessert table tags, coordinating pattern mats and sometimes frame mattes with clever sayings. For the Harvest collection there are two styles of dessert tags: the pumpkin (above) and the scarecrow (below). (See what you missed in the part I post!)


These tags are also adorable as placecards, especially when tied to a yummy caramel apple and embellished with ribbon!


And in addition to our scarecrow cupcake pick and wrapper,


 this collection also offers lovely pumpkin picks and wrappers in a perfect fall palette.


Here’s a closer look at those yummy butter cookies hand decorated by Sue of Sweet Tooth Cottage.


She also printed our designs on sugar paper and made these


and these. I love the plaid! (See the mat underneath the cookie. It comes with the printable collection, as does the blue gingham!)


And you can’t forget the favors. Our cellos for this collection are the perfect palette for fall candy. We used M&Ms and Reeces Cups, both a perfect match!


We also have pumpkin favor tags. I attached them to lollipop sticks, embellished them with ribbon and speared a caramel and chocolate drizzle apple. But you could just as easily tie them to a goody bag, or insert them in a pail of goodies. The possibilities are truly endless with a little imagination!


And round out your table with our napkin rings (both the pumpkin and scarecrow designs available) plus


our pennant banner showcasing our adorable little scarecrow for the final touch.

As always, I hope you’re inspired!

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    Darling paper products that you have created. They really add that special touch. We have some great game and craft ideas for a Harvest party at our site creative-party-themes.com

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