For my newest grandson, who will be seven weeks old on Halloween, I thought a cute scarecrow would be the best card. Hopefully his mother will keep it so he can enjoy it when he is older!
For my three-year-old granddaughter, a card with "cute" ghosts and monsters will be perfect. The two pull out tabs have Halloween messages on them with additional embellishments!
For my grandson who will be five on the day after Christmas, I thought he
would enjoy a folded card with lots of pumpkins with googly eyes.
When the card is opened, there is a "Happy Halloween" message inside.
I found a Halloween scrapbook kit at Archiver's, so I used the paper to make a Halloween card for my 11-year-old granddaughter. It opens up like a wallet, so I put a Halloween message
and some money inside for her to enjoy!
Two glittery ravens guard the card I made for my nine-year-old grandson. I found some great embellishments at Hobby Lobby, and the large "BOO" made the perfect focal point for the card.
I saw the directions for making a pyramid card on Splitcoaststampers, so I used a spooky house as the main design. My seven-year-old grandson will get a surprise when he opens the card
as there is a large ghost that pops up and says, "Boo!"
My five-year-old grandson will like all of the spiders and bats on his card. I painted Stickles on all of the pumpkins to make them sparkle.