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Halloween Invitation with Jack o’ Lantern

Do you have a Halloween party coming up and no invitations for your guests? Instead of buying some, why not start a little earlier and make your own. Not only does it save money, but has such a personal touch that no store bought card can ever acquire.



Halloween Greeting Card or Invitation - Pumpkins Invitation Card

Supplies Needed:

off white card
- off white and orange cardstock
- orange netting (this is a recycled item - the net sack from potatoes we bought was used for this card)
- die cutting machine of your choice
- Sizzix Originals pumpkin die
- Spellbinders circles and open scallops dies
- maple leaf punch
- orange button
- black stamp pad
- acrylic block for stamping
- stick glue and craft glue
- 3-D foam tape

Fiskars Clear Halloween Stamps
- Fiskars “Happy Halloween” stamp from the set in this image


1. First cover the top part of your card (about 1/3) with orange cardstock.
2. Cut a piece of netting that is the width of card x a little more than half of the height of the card and glue it with craft glue in place. (Place the glue area where the motif will be afterwards so that the glue does not get seen.
3. Cut a 1 cm strip of orange card that is the same width as the card and adhere it across the card. This will also help hold down the netting.
4. Die-cut a large off-white scallop, the next smaller size orange circle and the next smaller size off-white circle. Glue the orange circle on the scallop. Use 3-D foam tape to adhere the off-white circle onto the orange one. Die cut the Jack o’Lantern and adhere it now on the small off-white circle. Now use craft glue and adhere the complete bunch onto the card. This will also help hold down the netting.
5. Stamp Happy Halloween on a small piece of off-white cardstock. Cut the message out in a rectangle form. Glue it onto orange cardstock. Cut this out with a small border around 3 sides and the left side ends at a point. Glue this onto the card. Now glue a button onto the point.
6. Stamp about 5 maple leaves out and glue these randomly onto the card.

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