Willow Tree Halloween Card
Create a Willow Tree Halloween Card without any holiday stamps! With a tree silhouette stamp and some ribbon colored to match, learn how to make one below!
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, and creating Halloween and fall cards and projects doesn’t always need holiday-specific stamps! Take a look at your stamps and assess if any can be used in a different way.
Combine the stamps with a halloween color palette and you’ve got a fun project!
When I knew I needed a bit of ribbon for this card, I didn’t have anything that matched! So I grabbed this versatile black and white gingham ribbon and colored it with my Pumpkin Pie Stampin’ Blends markers.
TIP: Want matching ribbon for your project? Color white ribbon with your Stampin’ Blends!
See below for how to create this Willow Tree Halloween Card:
How to make a Willow Tree Halloween Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Pumpkin Pie
- 8-1/2” x 5-1/2”, scored and folded at 4-1/4”
- 2-1/2” x 3-3/4”
- Scraps for tree and “October”
- Metallic Specialty DSP: 4” x 5-1/4”
- Basic Black: 2-3/4” x 4”
Create the layers:
- Adhere the Cajun Craze metallic DSP to your card front.
- Then color your ribbon! This black and white gingham ribbon is easy to color using Pumpkin Pie Stampin’ Blends.
- Next, adhere the Pumpkin Pie piece to the Basic Black piece, then wrap the colored ribbon around this towards the top with glue dots. This then gets adhered to your card front at an angle.
- With Memento Black ink, stamp the willow tree on a scrap of Pumpkin Pie cardstock. Die-cut it out. Then stamp “October” onto another scrap of Pumpkin Pie and adhere this to a scrap of Basic Black paper.
- Lastly, use dimensionals for to pop up the tree as well as the “October” to your card front.
Supplies for this Willow Tree Halloween Card:
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