It may seem early for some, but today is the day I picked to share an easy trick or treat card.
You know, diagonal cut Designer Series Paper gave me pause. I wasn’t sure I wanted to do it. But it was a lot easier than I thought.
We just decided how much we wanted at the bottom and how much we wanted at the top and then cut that much off of the 6″ x 6″ piece of Plaid Tidings Designer Series Paper.
It wasn’t an exact thing. It doesn’t have to be. So don’t you wait to try it either.
I’m really surprised that Ann put the Square Vellum Doily over the plaid paper. But I really like it better!
The Gold Glitter Enamel Dots were just the right size and color to cover the small dots of Liquid Glue she used to take the doily down.
Do you like it? I like it a lot. (Ann didn’t think I would, but I do.)
Are you wondering how she colored the piece of Whisper White card stock that she stamped the greeting on? She lightly drug a Pumpkin Pie ink pad across the card stock. Once dried, she stamped the greeting in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink. Then she used the Essential Tag Punch to punch it out.
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Of course, we’ve got over 100 Halloween card ideas here that we’ve shared over the years in case this one’s not your style.
Easy Trick or Treat Card Making Supplies
We hope this easy trick or treat card will help you get started on your Halloween cards. They’re such a treat to get in the mail.