Hey there, fellow Halloween enthusiasts! I didn’t make Halloween cards or treat boxes, but let me share a review of some of my Spooktacular Halloween card collection from years past. From creepy crawlies to adorable pumpkins, I’ve made them all. Hope you enjoy the review.
Spooktacular Halloween treat boxes collection
First let me show you some of my favorite Halloween treat containers I’ve made. My mummy treat box was easy, I just wrapped the black cardstock front with white seam binding, add some circle eyes and a red tongue. There is a little box at the bottom to hold the treats.
This cute treat box has a scalloped edge top and lots of pumpkins with one silly Jack-o-lantern.
This Halloween treat box was made with the Goulish Googlies kit and matching stamp set. I love the google-eyes from years past. I keep some on hand to add to my occasional projects.
This pillow box securely hold treats, and I added an orange strip ribbon with a pumpkin Trick or Treat tag. I love the Happy Haunting DSP (in the background) from years ago!
Spooktacular Halloween cards
Now to my Spooktacular Halloween cards collection. This first one used that wonderful Happy Haunting DSP in the fireplace on my card.
This card was a fun one to design using the widow die, and the “boo” birds along with the Back to Black DSP.
I’m a fan of funny pumpkin stamp sets, so I have quite a few. This one, Fall Fest had these fun faces you stamped on after stamping the pumpkin. It allowed you to make pumpkins for fall and Thanksgiving or Jack-o-Lanterns for Halloween.
The Spooky Fun stamp set and matching Halloween Scenes edgelits dies made this great Halloween scene. Die cut in black with added ghosts and the bats make it look like a haunted cemetery.
One of my all time favorite Halloween DSP is Motley Monsters with its fun, colorful creatures, rather than the usual spooky papers. And some of my favorite bright colors were included in the DSP.
More Motley Monsters on these cards. This time using the birch trees with spooky eyes peaking out from between the trees. And I love the Halloween saying twist on the saying “lions, tigers and bears, oh my”.
I used my 2022 April’s Change is Beautiful Paper Pumpkin kit to make this Halloween card. Yes, a Halloween card from a flower card kit! The moon & stars cut-out card front lent itself to making this great Halloween card with just a few additions.
I hope you enjoyed my Halloween montage! How do you celebrate the fun and excitement of Halloween with your friends and family? Do you send cards, surprise them with a treat holder filled with their favorite candy, dress up in fun costumes? Comment on your favorite of my Halloween cards and share your creations with me in the comments. Happy Halloween!
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