Have you ever wanted a special invitation that you could send out to guests to come to your super fun Halloween Party. How about a pop up card? Once you learn how to make these cards they are fast and you can make them pretty easy. It’s up to you on how to make decorative- I’ve seen some that are way over the top and some that have barely anything. So, I was in my local scrapbook store and I found some Halloween Stickers made by Doodlebug. I thought if I put these stickers on cardstock, it would be easy to stand them on acetate (window sheets). Party spooky with Doodlebug
the cardstock was cut behind the stickers (it’s hiding), So, the stickers look as if they are floating. I also, didn’t want to cut inside the stickers to look intricate, I wanted the look to stay full.
I added stickers onto of other stickers example: one of the stickers is a fence post with a Pumpkin Patch sign,I added carving pumpkins, treats,and candy stickers allon the post. The sheet of stickers has multiple pumpkins I added three together
I took a word bubble with the word eek! and attached it to a super cute owl. This is a sample, I used the large sticker that reads Halloween Party and stuck in the box on a lollipop stick (if you were going to mail this don’t use a stick).
One piece of the card is never bent and that is the back of card. This is a great place to place all of your invite information. I covered it with stickers purchase from Doodle Bug. I used a moon, pumpkin words October 31st, Trick or Treat, Costumes and Goodies.DoodleBug had a sticker with stars and a pumpkin-I just added the others on top of what was already supplied.
The box was made using a purple cardstock,I covered the flaps of the purple cardstock, with a cute scrapbook paper from Doodlebug. Instead, of stamping I stuck the doodlebug stickers on the flaps and it’s ready to go. Check out the rest of Doodlebug’s Halloween Line Http://www.www.doodlebugblog.com/