Monday, September 11, 2017

Bewitched Halloween Card Folio Tutorial

Hello, Friends! Halloween is creeping closer every day, so it's time to get some special treats ready for all our favorite ghosts, goblins and ghouls.  Big or little, young or old, everyone loves to get in on the fun of this spook-tacular holiday.  :Today I'm sharing a tutorial for this easy to make Halloween Card Folio made with the fiendishly fabulous Bewitched Collection Kit.

To me, a card folio is a cross between a card and a mini album. The cover looks like a typical card, but the interior has room to add photos, tags, treats and more. This 5" x 7" side opening folio has a 1/4" deep spine that allows me to fill the interior with all sorts of goodies!


You can preserve all your great Halloween photos in this handy waterfall feature.


Each page measures 3.25" wide x 4.25" tall and is decorated with beautiful designer paper from the Bewitched Collection Kit.



Orange rhinestones add a touch of sparkle to each page.



Mat Details Stickers on black cardstock to make a quick tag...then tuck into a pocket.

This is such a fun spot to save photos from your Halloween party!  Or, pictures of your kids or pets in costume would be great, too!


 I'll show you how to create this waterfall feature and this clever box pocket in the YouTube tutorial below. This large box pocket will hold 4" x 6" photos along with other fun treats.


And I share how I made this fun candy pocket tag and sticker tag too.

Are you ready to get your craft on?



Don't you just love the Bewitched collection?  I think it strikes the perfect balance: not too spooky and creepy and not too kiddy cute.  It's sophisticated and vintage fresh.  I love it!

I hope I've shared some tips and tricks that you can use in your own crafty adventures.  If so, I'd love to hear from you in the comment section below.

Thanks for stopping by!
Cheerio,
kathy


Supply List

Authentique Bewitched Collection Kit, black cardstock, 1/4" Scor-Tape, Wild Orchid Crafts purple flowers, ribbons, buttons and other goodies from your stash.

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