Halloween Party Invitation Ideas:In this post we have some of very best collection of Invitation for your Halloween party that will make your Halloween party more fun and exited so check out our collection and make your Halloween more special.
Halloween Party Invitation Ideas
Ribbon Bat Invite
Put a Halloween spin on a simple invitation by turning a ribbon tie into a frightfully fun bat. Print the invitation text onto vellum, leaving room at the top for the ribbon tie. Cut a piece of patterned paper slightly larger than the vellum, layer the pieces, and punch two holes through both layers near the top with a standard-size hole punch. Feed wide black ribbon through the holes from the front, cross the ribbon in the back, and bring the ends back through opposite holes toward the front. Trim the ribbon ends at an angle and add googly eyes to transform the ribbon into a flapping personality.
Transform a standard jewellery gift box into a light-hearted resting place for a Halloween party invitation. First paint the box and lid black, then adhere foam letter stickers to the lid to spell out “RIP.” Line the box interior with red felt. Print the invitation text onto white card stock; cut the card stock so that the invitation will fit inside the box. When designing the invitation text, leave room for a googly-eyed bat, which you can construct from card stock circles and triangles and mount with adhesive foam. Lightly rub black paint along the invitation edges, then glue the invitation to the inside of the box.
Monster Bash Invite
Invite all the ghosts and ghouls in the neighborhood to your Halloweengathering with this monstrously easy invite. First, fold a piece of card stock in half to form the base of the card. Leaving one edge straight, trim a piece of patterned paper with decorative-edge scissors into a rounded rectangle; attach it to the card base. Print the words “Monster Bash” onto card stock, trim the words into a narrow strip, and add a small googly eye over the “o.” Attach the strip near the bottom of the card. Attach a large googly eye to the center of the rounded rectangle to complete your one-eye creature.
Don’t be scared off by homemade Halloween invitations. This supereasy card uses cotton balls and a large card-stock circle to create an eerie full-moon scene. Print your party details onto gold card stock and use a large circle template or circle cutter to cut out the full-moon shape. Attach the circle to a patterned-paper card base; attach the patterned paper to a piece of black card stock, cut slightly larger than the patterned paper. Adhere pulled-apart cotton balls to the card for the clouds.
A ribbon-wrapped rectangle makes for an irresistible mummy on the front of this Halloween invitation. To make the mummy, glue two googly eyes to the top half of a white card-stock rectangle, then wrap white ribbon around the card stock so the eyes peek through a gap. Distress the edges of the rectangle and a separate piece of white ribbon with light brown ink. Handwrite the party specifics onto the separate ribbon piece, then attach the ribbon end to the back of the mummy before attaching the mummy to the orange card base. Use letter stickers to spell out the greeting. Attach the card to a piece of card stock slightly larger than the orange base; trim the edges with decorative-edge scissors.
Candy Corn Party Card
Sweeten your Halloween fun with a candy corn banner crafted from punched triangles. To create the candy stripes, divide the height of a triangle punch in thirds, then cut three strips (one each of yellow, orange, and white) at the calculated height and at the same width as a piece of printer paper. Adhere the strips to the bottom of the printer paper without overlapping the pieces, placing the white card stock first so that when punched with a triangle punch, the white will be at the point. Punch five triangles from the strips and adhere them on a folded purple card-stock base, arranging the pieces like a banner. Tie white string through a punched hole at each end and add a letter sticker greeting to the card base.
Come Hang with Us Invite
Use a child’s spiral-drawing toy — or better yet, let your child use the toy — to draw a silvery spiral web on dark card stock for the front of this card. Trim the drawn shape into a rectangle, mount it onto patterned papers, and draw a straight line from the center of the spiral to the bottom of the rectangle. Adhere a plastic spider to the bottom of the line and add a greeting cut into small strips and inked along the edges.
Foot Ghost Card
The ghost on the front of this card is actually a child’s footprint in disguise! Paint the bottom of a young child’s foot with white paint, then help her press the paint onto a piece of blue card stock, being careful to not smear the print; let dry. Draw eyes and a mouth onto the print using a black marker. Trim the print into a rounded rectangle, mount it onto a slightly larger rounded card-stock base, and add printed strips of paper for the greeting.
Fingerprint Eyes Invite
Even the kids can help put their stamp on this family-friendly invite. Trim a piece of black card stock to the desired card size with rounded corners and attach it to a slightly larger colored card-stock card base with rounded corners. Brush white paint onto your kids’ fingertips, then press their fingertips onto the black card stock in sets of two; let dry. Draw on pupils with black marker. Finish the card with a letter-sticker greeting
You can craft this cute invite using paper scraps. To make Dracula, cut a circle from both black and light blue card stock, then trim the black circle to mimic Dracula’s hair; attach the hair to the top of the blue circle. Create the facial features with googly eyes and a small punched light blue circle for the nose; hand-draw the smile and add small white triangles for the fangs. Print the greeting onto two colors of card stock and attach the pieces to a card base cut and folded to fit in a business-size envelope.
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