1. For the card front: Place the card with the fold on the left. Cut 4½"x6" Happy Halloween purple spiderwebs cardstock and mat it on lavender cardstock with ⅛" borders. Glue it centered on the front. Cut 4"x5½" purple cardstock and die cut a 2¾"x4¼" arch from the center. Foam tape it centered on the card front.
2. Color the chipboard pieces with the markers: I used grey for the bats and headstone, gold brown for the tree, dull green for the grass, and coral for the “boo.” Slip the headstone behind the arch opening as shown and glue it in place. Glue the tree, “boo,” small grass, and large bat to the front of the arch. Glue the small bat on the background as shown.
3. For the inside: Cut 4"x5" Happy Halloween moons cardstock and mat it on navy cardstock with ⅛" borders. Glue it to the inside center. Cut 5"x1" Happy Halloween leaf border cardstock and glue it ⅞" from the bottom.
4. Color the chipboard pieces: I used grey for the cat and coral for the words, gold brown for the scarecrow’s hat, earth brown for his sticks, coral for his head, and purple for his coat. Die cut a 1¼" pumpkin from orange cardstock, then glue a small piece of yellow cardstock behind the face. Glue the pumpkin and chipboard pieces as shown.