Title of the Project: Halloween Candy Card Sticks Level of the Project: Beginner LOT: Approx 1.5 min per stick Tools & Supplies Needed: – 1 Large Paper Puncher – Nesting Scallop & Oval Scallop Paper Puncher Used in Demo – lollipop sticks -Scissors if needed -A set of tape -A small glue gun if needed -Small pcs of candy (1 per card) -Halloween themed Cardstock — ( prints recommended) -White adhesive labels- 5160 Avery labels used For more information, view our link below: www.ClassiqueWraps.com
A cute little card for Halloween. Sorry about the angle guys…tried something new…don’t like it! For some reason when I uploaded this video on YT…the music doesn’t coincide with the original edited version sorry about that. I DO NOT own this song. The title of the song is Monster Mash by Bobby “Borris” Pickett. If you like this card, check out my other halloween card videos! TFW! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
Join Katie as she teaches us how she made this adorable “Bubble Bubble Toil and Trouble” card that is just perfect for Halloween festivities! Her card features the new Imaginisce Halloween scrapbook kit, Spooky Town, which you can get at www.ohmycrafts.com
There are no more than 40 days left till Halloween but you hardly have a minute to think about all the productions, decorations and costumes for children as well as trying to organise your own Halloween party. We thought you might want some ideas of activities to ease you into the festive day with a minimum of work and fantastic results.
Halloween Wrapping Paper and Treat Bag
Making Halloween wrapping paper using your school art package couldn’t be easier. You will need: some examples of different types of paper to show the children and images from the internet to use (optional).
All you need to do is to design your pattern or picture and then use the titling tool (Fresco, Colour Magic) and tile it (Dazzle, Dazzle Plus, Dazzle 03 Granada Colours, Revelation Natural Art). For younger pupils or those with special needs you can restrict the number of tools and the palette available, or use stamps. For pupils who cannot use the select area tool you can make cardboard frames and move them around the screen to allow them to select an area. You can do this using an image of a pumpkin which was then tiled and flipped or you can make a treat bag using a net made from a bought bag. For a pumpkin treat bag you will need: Green tempera paint, Orange tempera paint, Sponge, Lunch bag, soap and water. All you have to do is apply orange paint to the palm of a hand with a sponge, press palm onto the paper bag and using your index finger and green paint, make stem and leaves on the pumpkins.
Make a Halloween Card or Table Cloth
Why not design a Halloween card to send to parents or friends using a pumpkin or a witch image as your inspiration? You need to find images of pumpkins, witches or ghosts. Teach your children to look at the pictures and notice the colours and shapes involved. Using the spray brush in the art package and lines of colour, create the effect you want. Talk about the intensity and mix of colours. Add a wash and ask if they think the effect is better. Show them that they can ‘undo’ an effect to take it back to the original. Add black shapes from the toolbar to simulate the ghosts. When they are happy about the effect add stars to make a star lighted decoration.
You can also make a Halloween table cloth using: White paper table cloth, Stickers, Colored Markers and Halloween pictures. The instructions are: Take an orange paper tablecloth and draw various Halloween ghosts on it. You can also draw goblins, pumpkins, black cats, etc. Then, stick on Halloween stickers and glue on any pictures that you think are related to Halloween.
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Take a big bite out of the holiday with this charming Halloween card designed by Nancy Kubo. Showing off his sharp fangs and surrounded by bats, a darling Dracula embraces the spookiness of the season. Please note that the size of these cards falls below the minimum postal requirements and cannot be mailed.
Making your own Halloween greeting cards can be a fun exercise for the entire family, but especially for the kids.
There are several ways you can make these cards. One way is by downloading Halloween designs from the Internet and pasting them onto blank greeting cards. In addition, there are also templates online which you can print out and have your kids color for their cards.
Another way, and more fun for the kids, is to simply use construction paper and crayons and let them be as creative as they wish. They can draw pumpkins and spiders; bats and witches; ghosts and goblins, whatever their hearts desire. Then cut them out and paste them onto black construction paper. They can write their own greeting inside and send the cards to friends and relatives.
The kids can also use pictures taken in their Halloween costumes and paste them on the front of a blank greeting card and write their own message inside. Think how proud their grandparents will be once they receive these cards in the mail.
Halloween stickers can also be purchased at your local card store and used to decorate the envelopes.
If you or your kids are familiar with Print Shop, you can make any type of Halloween card you choose. Print shop allows you to place images and text on the front, inside and back of the card. Your kids can make wonderful and colorful cards using this software.
Considering the cost of postage these days, perhaps you may wish to have the kids draw their greeting cards and you can then scan and email them to relatives or friends as well.
Whatever method is chosen, kids will have a great time creating greeting cards for friends, relatives, and mom and dad too. Save the cards for your scrapbook, so that you can recall the wonderful memories of Halloweens past, present, and future.