Nightfall Halloween Gift Card Set Tutorial

Hello, Friends!  The Authentique Nightfall Collection is such a treat!  Today I have a quick and easy Halloween Gift Card Set Tutorial to share with you.  This is a great way to send Halloween greetings to someone far away.  It's also a great way to share some Halloween treats with neighbors, teachers, students, family members and friends. I have four different cards in this set, but these are so quick and easy to make that you'll want to make a dozen of them!


The best thing about these little beauties is that they are a great way to use up your scraps!  I began by creating 4 card bases from 2 sheets of 8 1/2" x 11" black cardstock.  Each card base measures 4.25" x 5.5".  I chose to have some top fold and some side fold cards, just to keep it fun.


I've used both the Nightfall 12x12 Collection Kit (comes with stickers) and the 6x6 paper bundle to make these cards.  I found this bitty 1 3/4" x 2 3/4" frame while cleaning out the studio one day.  The image from the 6x6 paper bundle is a perfect fit.  I added a few Prills to the frame because they look like candy.  And Hello, Halloween!



The inside of each card is decorated with Nightfall patterns, stickers and images from the 6x6 Paper Bundle.  A decorated small bag makes a perfect spot to tuck in a gift card or small treat.  And there's even room to write in your own personal greeting.






I've prepared an easy to follow Snapguide Tutorial to help you get your craft on!  There's a complete supply list there, too.


Check out How to Authentique Nightfall Halloween Gift Card Holders by Kathy Clement on Snapguide.

I have to say, this Nightfall collection has me completely under its spell!  I'd love to hear what you think in the comment section below.

Thanks for stopping by!

kathy

Supply List:  Nightfall 12x12 Collection Kit, 6x6 Paper Bundle, Ribbon, Fall Flowers, Novelty Buttons, Black cardstock, Small Brown Kraft Bags from my stash.  Tools and Inks: Gathered Twigs Distress Ink, Paper Trimmer, Scoring Tool, 3" Circle Die, hot glue gun, adhesive of your choice.

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