Hello friends! Today I’m sharing a whole bunch of fun halloween card ideas that I’ve made at home! It’s time to pull out that black ribbon!

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1. Punch spider or other spooky shapes from paper

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2. Make a party invite set!

Planning a Halloween party soon? Here is what you can make for it! Actually, these cards could be made for any party, and the best part is, they are simple enough to mass-produce…

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These are all hybrid products made with the new and AMAZING collection by Carina Gardner called “The Raven”

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I first designed the cards, tag, and box digitally, and printed them onto 8.5 by 11-inch white cardstock sheets. I then trimmed them to size.
Now some photos of each of them separately,
The invite card was simple to make. It was inspired by this card from the CASE study challenge#59. To make the card, simply fold the cardstock to form the card. Add a ribbon and make a bow. Add the jewels beneath the sentiment. Isn’t that raven stunning?

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Next, the candy box, once I cut out the box form (I made my own template for it here), I scored the fold lines and made the box shape. Added a satin ribbon and bow on top. I then popped up the “creepy candy” using foam adhesive.

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A quick tag: here I just inked the image, made a bow, and added a line of jewels.

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For after the party, I made a thank you card along the same lines. This is a single layer card,  I used a precision knife to make small slits so that I could weave the ribbon through, and tied it up with a small bow.

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Keep adding pumpkins!!

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Hi I’m Smitha! I live in Minnesota with my husband and two daughters. You’ll always find me painting florals in my sketchbook. And I love the sheer joy of making something with just my hands! But my bigger love is capturing it all on camera Read more.

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7 Comments

  1. I love these! The black and white is so classic and creepy. I’m not usually big on Halloween stuff, but this is the kind of Halloween design that gets me in the haunting spirit!

  2. Nice set! I love it. It is so simple but so striking. White and black together are everlasting.

    Have a great day!
    Aleksandra

  3. These are fantastic! Plan to have a small dinner party this Halloween…may have to ‘borrow’ a couple of your ideas! TFS,
    Jasmine

  4. Wow! I saw your Halloween set over on the Create blog–it’s even more fabulous seeing the close-ups! I love that they’re hybrid. The black and white is so striking!

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