Halloween Punch Tricks

I’m so excited to share with you: these projects were shown by Shirley Casey, a very talented friend and stamper in my downline. Aren’t they sweet? And they’re so easy to make on your own. If you don’t have an idea on what to send with your preschoolers or grade-school kids for treats, definitely check these out!!

halloween punch spiders
The Cute Critter Spiders use the Scallop Circle Punch (109043) and the Photo Corners Punch (109042), plus the 1/4″ Circle Punch (104942) for the little nose and eyes. The Scallop Circles are glued to the front and the back of a York Peppermint Patty (yum!). Punch the Photo Corners Punch in two different colors (Summer Sun and Basic Black, for example) and layer the smaller corner over the larger corner as shown here. And if you count all 8 punch pieces, then yes, they do have 8 legs each… just in case you have a budding entomologist at home and they’re concerned ;-)

spiders 2

And these are really cute, too! It’s very simple: Pixie Sticks and a Scallop Square Punch, plus a White Gel Pen to do the eyes. Just punch the Scallop Square, fold in half and cut at an angle to make the wings. Fold the little triangles back to make the sides of the bat heads. You can attach the bats to the Pixie Sticks with a little loop Basic Black cardstock, or if you have your Word Window Punch handy, it’s perfect to make the little loop!


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