Another Adorable Handmade Halloween Card!

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Looking for an idea for an adorable handmade Halloween card? Check out this super-cutie!

Today we are serving up another absolutely adorable handmade Halloween card using one of our most popular new sets and our new Halloween patterned paper collection. We love how Annie combined our little trick-or-treating gourds in bright fun colors that perfect set off the polka-dots in the paper from our Spook-tacular Paper Pad. Let’s get her easy to do details and make one for ourselves!

To start, cut your patterned paper to card panel size and adhere it to your card base. Annie chose the polka dots for a fun feel but all of the papers in this new Rubbernecker Paper Pad would be excellent choices for this card.

Cut a piece of color coordinating card stock with one of the dies from our Nested Oval Small Stitch die set and stamp your greeting with Versmark and heat emboss it with white powder for a nice pop. Adhere this to the center of your card with some dimensional adhesive to make a little “center stage” for your characters.

Now stamp the images from our new Pumpkin Dress Up set and color up the little cuties with your favorite pencils or markers. Annie used Copics in colors that she matched to the polka-dots in the patterned paper. Cut everything out with our coordinating die, including some of the sweet treats.

Add all your die cuts to your card with varying thicknesses of dimensional adhesive and be sure to take the time to admire your adorable handmade Halloween card!

Here’s what you will want to snap up to make this card:
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As truly sweet as this adorable handmade Halloween card is, it has a little secret; it’s PERFECT for batch making! Use all the patterns in the Spook-tacular Paper Pad, stamp a whole lotta those little pals, plop down for a good old fashioned binge-watch-coloring session and you can turn out a stack of these treats in an afternoon!

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