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Trick or Treat Halloween Card

By: Terri Sproul,

Use a special ink mist in orange colors to create a spooky card for Halloween. Send Trick or Treat greetings, invitations or use as home decoration on Halloween.

Halloween Card 1  Halloween Card 2


  • Cardstock: cream, brown and navy
  • Ink: Stewart Superiors Memories Mists in “Classic Metallic Orange” and “Mango”
  • “The Embosser” and Filigree Black embossing powder. Memories Chalk ink in
  • Bat eyelets
  • Eyelet setter
  • Trimmer
  • Punch: Moon or circle punch
  • Stamp: “Trick or Treat” by PSX
  • Heat Tool


  1. Punch out Moon shape or Circle.
  2. Cut Cream cardstock to 4” x 4”, place Moon or Circle shape in upper left hand corner.
  3. Spray Memories Mists Mango onto cream cardstock add Memories Mists Classic Metallic Orange over the Mango. Set aside to dry. Remove Moon or Circle shape Mask
  4. Stamp “Trick or Treat” with Embossing ink and add Black embossing powder, Heat to emboss. 
  5. Using your eyelet setter – set bat eyelet as desired. Ink all edges with Chalk ink to distress.
  6. Adhere to card base. 


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