Spiderweb Accordion Card
Send a wickedly creepy Halloween greeting on this punched spiderweb card.
- Punch Around the Page Spiderweb corner and edge punches
- Bone folder
- Black, white cardstock
- Orange patterned paper
- Scissors or craft knife
- Spider punch
- Double-sided tape
- Adhesive foam dots
Trim a piece of black cardstock to 12-by-5 inches. Punch the corners using the Spiderweb corner punch; with the edge punch, connect the pattern from corner to corner using the guides on the tool's wings.
For the accordion card, use a ruler and bone folder to score and fold the cardstock in half, and then score and fold the two ends back so the spider web border extends 1/2 inch beyond the center fold. Cut a piece of white cardstock to fit the front of the card, and adhere. Mat a smaller piece of patterned paper on the white.
Trim a piece of patterned paper to fit the third panel of the card, and adhere. Print out a Halloween message from your computer onto a piece of white cardstock, trim down, and adhere to the patterned paper.
Punch a spider shape out of black cardstock and adhere to the front of the card with an adhesive foam dot.
Thread a ribbon through the holes in the spider web border near the center of the vertical edges of the front and last panels of the accordion. Tie loosely to close.