1. For the card: Cut the large Happy Halloween blank labels into two horizontal strips of three panels each. Accordion fold both strips, then place them end-to-end with the purple label with the cat on the left end. Use sticky tape to attach the wreath panel over the haunted house panel on the first strip, completely covering it. Accordion-fold the card to close it.
2. For the front: Cut out the oval “boo” label and foam tape it near the top. Place three crystals among the leaves.
3. For the second panel: Cut out the small scarecrow arch and glue it to the center of the leaf panel. Place two crystals among the leaves on the arch.
4. For the third panel: Cut out the “trick or treat” label and glue it across the wreath. Place three crystals on the panel as shown.
5. For the fourth panel: Cut out the “more candy please” label and glue it across the panel center. Place four crystals as shown.
6. For the fifth panel: Cut out the “have a frightfully good time” label and glue it to the panel center. Place three crystals as shown.
7. Finishing: Cut 2½"x3¼" purple cardstock and glue the accordion-folded card centered on it. Turn it over. Place a 15" orange grosgrain ribbon centered across the back and glue it in place. Cut 2¼"x3" Happy Halloween hat/pumpkin cardstock and glue it centered on the back panel.
8. Wrap the ribbon ends to the front and tie them in a bow under the greeting. Sign your name in the empty space on the back.
9. For the envelope: Trace and cut the envelope pattern from orange cardstock. Score on the dashed lines, then crease all the scores in mountain folds. Bring the side flaps in, then the bottom flap up and glue it in place. Tuck the card inside, then glue the top flap in place.
10. On the front, cut out and glue the large scarecrow arch and the “it’s Halloween time” label as shown.