Spooky Halloween Easel Card

I wanted to make a card that does not involve using a Big Shot. Since I still don’t have a Big Shot (not getting it until this Christmas), I thought of making this card by just using a punch and vellum to create a “window”. It turned out really cute! This card is so unique that the person you give it to will absolutely be thrilled! I gave it to a friend and she was so pleased that she wanted me to film a video tutorial so she can make a couple for her son’s teachers, and use it to decorate her table. I found my LED tea light from the Dollar store. You can get two pieces for a dollar and this card will be a great gift and pretty inexpensive. You can make these for any occasion just by changing the image, the color of the card stock and the sentiment.

Materials used:

(All measurements in “Inches”)

Card Base:

Basic Black Cardstock – Item No. 121045
(Size used here on this video is: 5 ½ x 4 1/4)

Frame:

Whisper White Card Stock – Item No. 100730
(Cut at 5 3/8 x 4 1/8)

Basic Black Card Stock – (cut at 5 ¼ X 4)

Vellum Card Stock for the Window: cut at 2 ½ X 4 inches (you can trim this later)

Inside of the Card – Witches Brew Designer Series Paper (Pack comes 12 sheets in 12 x 12 – double-sided print – it’s really beautiful!) – Item No. 132185

Best of Halloween Stamp Set – Item No. 134381 (used the Owl and the trick-or-treat stamps)

Decorative Label Punch – Item No. 120907

Stampin Dimensionals – 104430

Spooky Halloween Card

I recently just got a Cricut Expression 2 and while looking at the Happy Haunting cartridge, I was just inspired to create this card using my Stampin’ Up!’s Witches Brew Designer Series Paper, Basic Black and pumpkin pie card stock, Halloween Hello and Halloween Bash stamp sets and it turned out really cute! If you’d like the tutorial, please watch the video.