Fast Halloween Card With Just a Few Supplies
Over the weekend, I received an email asking me for a fast halloween card with just a few supplies. Janie needs to make a LOT of cards but wanted there to be color – so what's faster than a punch?
AND I have the BEST tip to help you mass produce these.
Before we dive in, let me show you the bundle that I think is the go-to for this Halloween season:
At the time that I am writing this, this punch is on backorder until Oct 11th. DON'T want to get this ordered, the first people that buy it on backorder are the first it will ship to. Because this card is so fast, you will still have time to get your cards made.
So here's the tip – and I am so excited to share it with you! Drumroll please…
Start by punching out a scrap piece of card stock with the punch.
Then lay your stamps, stamp side down, into the holes as shown.
Then take your acrylic block and press it onto your stamps.
Now, every time you stamp these outlines, they will line up perfectly for your punch. You can repeat this process for the inside colors of the images (like the pumpkin and cat face color you will see below, and you can also do it for the faces as well. So you will create three stamps, one for your outline, one for your color, and one for your faces.
What do you think of that tip? If you like this tip, leave me a comment below!
Okay, now I will share the card with you:
Cute, right? It's fast and easy to make and doesn't require a lot of supplies at all. Speaking of supplies…
To order the supplies used to make this card, simply click on an image below. And if you like free tutorials, be sure to use the host code shared below the products!
Click here to place your order with me and receive a bundle of six tutorials as a special thank you from me.
Current Host Code: GSEVTV6A
For orders over $150 placed through my store, don't use the hostess code, you will still get your free tutorials from me.
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Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoy the project and that you love the tip! Keep coming back for more project ideas! XOXO, Meg