3 Simple Steps DIY: Mixed-Media Halloween Party Cards

Put excuses to rest and awaken your creative muse with this easy and fun party card project. Now you can send loved ones personal greetings this holiday season to remind them how much they mean to you in only a few simple steps!

Halloween Party Cards

 

3 Simple Steps DIY:

1) Start by gluing vintage French text or ephemera designs to a stack of plain orange greeting cards.

Halloween Party Cards ephemera

2) Use an assortment of Red Lead tape stamps and washi tape for an interesting texture combination. Our Shoppe Manager Vanessa Spencer likes to create “stacked” washi designs, so she starts in one area by stamping a washi design and then adds various washi tape patterns that pair well.

Halloween Party Cards stacked

3) Add some fun Halloween themed words to a corner of the card using the seasonal Chit Chat sheet by Tim Holtz. You can add even more personal flair by writing your own spooky words and phrases using our artist pens.

Halloween Party Cards chit chat

Now your assortment of Halloween cards are ready to send, as simple as that! Feel free to coordinate with different autumn themed colors to create your own specially designed version.

Looking for more card-making DIY ideas? Click here to browse over 200 tutorials!

 

About the Artist: Vanessa Spencer, Stampington & Co. Shoppe Manager

 

Vanessa Spencer

– Has an addiction to finding and creating with vintage materials

– Australia native (and still has the lovely accent to prove it)

– Mommy to two adorable little ones, Izzy and baby Brin

 

 

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Posted: Thursday, October 10th, 2013 @ 8:00 am
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6 Responses to “3 Simple Steps DIY: Mixed-Media Halloween Party Cards”

  1. Brandy M says:

    These are fabulous Vanessa! So creative. ;)

  2. Vanessa is a creative mastermind! Love love love the cards. ;)

  3. Jackie says:

    very creative indeed! Love vintage materials also!

  4. Ella says:

    Thank you vanEssA So lovelY
    You are so clever n’ talented~

  5. Lisa M says:

    Very nice; sophisticated yet easy to do, love it!

  6. Tammy Keene says:

    Simple & easy to do! Great ideas!

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Put excuses to rest and awaken your creative muse with this easy and fun party card project. Now you can send loved ones personal greetings this holiday season to remind them how much they mean to you in only a few simple steps!

Halloween Party Cards

 

3 Simple Steps DIY:

1) Start by gluing vintage French text or ephemera designs to a stack of plain orange greeting cards.

Halloween Party Cards ephemera

2) Use an assortment of Red Lead tape stamps and washi tape for an interesting texture combination. Our Shoppe Manager Vanessa Spencer likes to create “stacked” washi designs, so she starts in one area by stamping a washi design and then adds various washi tape patterns that pair well.

Halloween Party Cards stacked

3) Add some fun Halloween themed words to a corner of the card using the seasonal Chit Chat sheet by Tim Holtz. You can add even more personal flair by writing your own spooky words and phrases using our artist pens.

Halloween Party Cards chit chat

Now your assortment of Halloween cards are ready to send, as simple as that! Feel free to coordinate with different autumn themed colors to create your own specially designed version.

Looking for more card-making DIY ideas? Click here to browse over 200 tutorials!

 

About the Artist: Vanessa Spencer, Stampington & Co. Shoppe Manager

 

Vanessa Spencer

– Has an addiction to finding and creating with vintage materials

– Australia native (and still has the lovely accent to prove it)

– Mommy to two adorable little ones, Izzy and baby Brin

 

 

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