Halloween cards are so much fun to make. Maybe you’re not used to giving out cards for Halloween, but you will be after this easy tutorial!
Follow along as I show you how to make a simple Halloween card in 5 easy steps!
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- blank greeting card with envelope (links to white cards but I used an orange one – you could always glue a piece of orange paper to the front to achieve the same look)
- glue (as usual, I used Elmer’s)
- washi tape or scrapbook paper in a Halloween pattern/color scheme
- stamp of a Jack-o-lantern or other Halloween object
- black inkpad
- scrap of white paper (I used an envelope!)
The best thing about this project is that it will not cost you a lot of money. Blank cards are cheap when bought in a pack and so is scrapbook paper. The stamp and inkpad will probably be more expensive, but they can be reused many, many times.
Instructions (Only 5 Steps!):
1. Stamp the image of a Jack-o-lantern or other Halloween object onto a piece of white paper 3 times.
2. Trim the paper with the stamped images so that there is a small border. It should look something like this:
3. Cut a piece of scrapbook paper slightly larger than the paper above OR do what I did and cover a piece of paper with washi tape. It didn’t quite line up right, but it didn’t matter.
4. Glue the paper with the stamped images onto the piece of scrapbook paper/washi tape-covered paper, like so:
5. Glue the piece you made in step 4 onto the front of the card, and you’re done! As an optional last step, you could write something like “Happy Halloween” or “Trick or Treat,” but I felt like this was an obvious enough Halloween card as it is!
I hope you liked this easy Halloween card! I want to make loads more of them and give them out to all my friends because it will only take me 10 minutes (or less) to recreate. Not bad!
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See you next Friday (I know this was a day late) for yet another Halloween post!