Updated: 2019-09-12 Views: 159
This is such a great tutorial for a halloween greeting card and/or invitation.
Tutorial：bed pillow covers
？1. Cut desired clips from the Halloween Sampler page
？2. Trim as necessary
3. Cut a base for the card， approximately 8″； x 8″； (I used a scale ruler， but don’；t cut a 25 ft piece of paper unless you want a giant card!)
？4. Layer the papers by cutting the top layer just 1/2″； shorter than the bottom layer.
？5. Continue layering!
？6. Cut a square of burlap. You can fray the edges by simply pulling on loose ends as pictured.
？7. Punch two holesaccent pillow case baby boudoir， which will be used to tie the papers together. The Binderie is an amazing tool for this!
8. Cut a small piece of cord and tie through the holes to hold the papers together.
？9. Now it’；s time to add some glimmer! Using Tattered Angels paint， we added a layer of glimmer glam to the paper.
10. I didn’；t feel as if the white paper on the white flower went well together， so I painted the white canvas flower ？with Glitter Glam to give it a little bit of color and sparkle!
11. Add clothespins for extra embellishments and to hold the paper snippets to the flower.
12. I got a little carried away with the Glimmer Glam and painted it on the ties ？？
？13. I added the Trick or Treat message to the inside of my card
？This project is SO SIMPLE and so much fun! It’；d be great to sit down with the kiddos to create some Halloween cards， or to create a batch of them as invites to this years Halloween party.
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