This skeleton coffin shaker tags tutorial is a quick and easy to make project thanks to the all-in-one die and stamp set from Maker’s Movement. This is a sponsored post.
I just adore all the amazing stamp and die sets coming from Maker’s Movement! I just had to have this skeleton set when I saw it. It was so easy to make these adorable skeleton coffin shaker tags! They are perfect for finishing off treat bags, but could also be used on presents, too.
Skeleton Coffin Shaker Tag Supplies
- Spooky Scary Stamp and Die Set
- Spooky Shaker Sprinkles
- Clear Acetate Sheets
- Double Sided Adhesive Craft Foam
- Xyron Adhesives
- Embossing ink and powder
First die cut all the elements from the cardstock and acetate. Make two of the coffin cuts so you have a front and back for the coffin back.
Stamp “RIP” using the stamp from the set and the embossing ink. Apply the powder and heat it to set it.
Use a Xyron tape runner to attach the two coffin pieces to each other. One side will have “RIP” and the other will be blank. Use Xyron adhesives to add the skeleton and bats to the coffin.
Glue the clear acetate sheet to the coffin border. Cut thin strips of the double sided adhesive craft foam to cover the inside of the coffin lid. Add a bit of twine to the top for the tag tie.
Add the spooky shaker sprinkles to the coffin lid. Place the coffin with the skeleton on the coffin lid and line up the edges carefully. Press down on the foam adhesive to seal the edges.
It’s so fun to shake these tags and watch all the pieces dance around the happy skeleton! I like that the skeleton bones are separate, making it easy to create different looks. The skeleton could be waving, dancing, etc. These tags are so quick to make that you can easily make a stack to use for a party or to add some whimsy to treat bags!