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How to Make Halloween Envelopes With Spooky Liners

Posted by Meghan Quinones

This Halloween send a card with a spooky surprise inside! Learn how to make cute ghost & pumpkin envelopes with the We R Memory Keepers envelope punch board.

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Well, guys, I did it. I opened the holiday floodgates and allowed Halloween back into my crafting world. I was against it at first, especially since it is a whopping 90 degrees here in Chicago. Sure doesn't feel very Fall like to me! However, Halloween crafting is here, and here to stay!

I decided to put aside the fact that Summer is still very present around here and embrace all of the cute possibilities for crafting that come along with Halloween. This past week, I swore I had been tasked to come up with Halloween projects that incorporated the We R Memory Keepers Punch Boards. Fun, right? I went to town, brainstorming and trying out different ideas that came to mind. I landed on 3 projects that I thought were perfect for the We R Punch Boards.

Well, come to find out, I had completely misheard someone and made this entire Halloween/We R Punch Board task up. That's right, no one had asked me to create projects (to be published today) using the We R Punch Board. I had completely made it up in my head! Womp. Womp. :(

Don't worry, these projects will not be tossed out! I plan on sharing them with you this month to show you fun ways to use your We R Punch Boards in different ways for Halloween and other holidays. Today, I show you how to create your own Halloween envelopes with a cute ghost liner. As your recipient opens their card from you, they get a surprise from a friendly little ghost inside! You could also add a pumpkin liner, or even a mummy inside of your card! Take a look at the video below to see just how easy it is to create your own Halloween envelope with a friendly ghost liner!

Have you started working on your Halloween projects yet?

Here's what you'll need:

  • We R Memory Keepers Envelope Punch Board
  • Black and White Paper
  • 1/2 Circle Punch
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Tape Runner

Let's get crafty!

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