"Blood Stained" Halloween Party Invitations
Get your party guests and vampire enthusiasts in the mood for a spooky Halloween gathering by sending out easy-to-make "blood-stained" invitations.
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Materials and Tools
printable cardstock invitations and envelopes
decorative hole punch
red food coloring
1. Using printable cardstock, print out your invitations with your party information. A gothic font style fits the theme especially well. Once the invitations are printed, use a decorative hole-punch to make an ornate design in the four corners of the invitation.
2. In a small bowl of water, add red food coloring and mix well. Use enough food coloring to get a mixture that’s blood red.
3. Using an eye dropper, make a few red water droplets randomly on the invitation. Holding the dropper up high will help create a splattered effect. Allow the invitations to dry thoroughly before continuing.
Note: Avoid stacking the invitations on top of each other as they may tend to stick together.
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