Hello, Amy here from The Happy Scraps. Today I’m going to show you how I put these bright and colorful Halloween Treat Cards together. Using the Pebbles BOO! Collection, some suckers and a few other supplies.
I found some coordinating cardstock for the Halloween paper I was using, and trimmed it to be a card base for a 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ card. I cut a piece of BOO! Trick or Treat paper to fit the front of the card, along with a smaller piece of BOO! Confettis paper.
I inked the edges of each piece with some black ink.
I applied some BOO! glow in the dark chipboard thickers to the smaller piece of paper for the front of the card.
Using adhesive dots I attached the larger piece of paper to the card base, then using raised adhesive dots, I attached the smaller piece of paper to the front of the card.
Your card is almost done.
All that’s left to do is attach a treat to the card. I made some suckers in Halloween colors that I thought would be fun to attach to the cards. I used adhesive dots to attach the sucker.
This next card is fun because it uses the magical Heidi Swapp Minc Foil Applicator. I did the same thing as above, finding a coordinating card base and a couple of papers from the BOO! Collection that I wanted to use. I also used one of the Pebbles labels for the Minc Foil Applicator.
I inked the edges of the paper, the attached them to the card front.
I placed adhesive dots on the corners of the back of the label that I added foil to.
Then attached it to the front of the card.
Then last of all, use adhesive dots to attach the sucker to the front of the card.
You have a couple of cute cards now that you could give to your kids, friends, family, etc. with the treat already attached
What are your favorite kinds of cards to make?
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BOO! Trick or Treat Cardstock
BOO! Confettis Cardstock
BOO! Creepy Crawly Cardstock
BOO! Glow in the Dark Chipboard Thickers
Pebbles Minc Halloween Label Stickers
American Crafts Smooth Cardstock 12 x 12 Paper Pad