Easy Halloween Mummy Card

layered mummy card with circle punches

Make sure your "mummy" knows you love her this Halloween with a fun and easy mummy halloween card. This is a fun halloween card you can make with scraps and ink! Let's get started...

strips of torn cream cardstock

Take your Bazzill Mono Vanilla 12 x 12 cardstock and tear into strips less than one inch wide.  The Bazzill Vanilla cardstock is a pretty sturdy paper so it will take a little bit of muscle to tear into strips, BUT the sturdy paper makes the tearing more interesting with all the layers it has when torn.

inking edges of torn cream paper strips

Take a tan (kraft) ink and with a very light hand, brush some ink on the torn edges to age the "fabric".  We like to use the linen textured side, as it looks more like mummy fabric!

layered strips of torn paper placed on a white paper background to make a mummy card

Take a thin piece of copy paper (A2 card front size) and cover with adhesive, laying the torn strips down, overlapping the edges as you go.

layered cardstock mummy strips and circle punch eyeballs to make a mummy card

Trim the "fabric" card panel down to A2 card front size (4" x 5 1/4").  Take two white 1" circles and two black 1/2" circles and make eyeballs.  Tuck the eyeballs into the layers of the "fabric".  Add a scary sentiment and you have the cutest card for Halloween! 

finished mummy card made of cardstock

-Kate

design team member kate

1 comment

  • That’s adorable!

    Constance Sheehey

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