Need a little spooky inspiration for your Halloween crafting? With these easy recipes you can make Halloween cards that will scare and delight any recipient, and our treat bags are such fun for Halloween parties.
Stamp and emboss pumpkins one by one using VersaMark Inkpad and each of the embossing powders. Stamping and embossing one by one will ensure that the embossing powders do not mix on the card. Print and cut text layer and adhere to card using Chevron Washi Tape.
Recipe Tips: (above)
Cut tree branch shape out of black cover. Punch a circle out of Superfine Softwhite Cover and stamp and emboss using crow stamp. Layer moon and branch onto paper bag layer. Stamp "For Date Time Place" onto Paper Bag layer and handwrite the details of your party. Accent with bat stickers.
Recipe Tips: (left)
Stamp sugar skulls onto Black cover and emboss using heat tool. Cut around stamped image and adhere skulls to invite. Accent skulls with stickles.
Center stencil on Eco-White A7 flat card and secure in place with a bit of washi tape. Use Color Box Chalk Petal Point to stencil skull, using various colors, working from the sides towards the center. Once ink has dried, trim skull image to measure 5" x 5 1/4" and cut image down the center creating halves. Stamp and emboss "You're Invited" and trim image into a rectangle shape. Adhere text layer to Peacock Card and layer Neon Washi Tape and "You're Invited" at top of card. Lay skull halves over text and attach to card by securing half of a strip of washi tape to skull layer and half to the back of the card, creating "hinges". Embellish skull eyes with adhesive crystals.
Cut a flag shape out of cover weight paper. Write desired message on flag and pin to treat bag with a mini clothespin, or write message on chalkboard tag, add twine bow and stick onto bag.