Halloween Party Invitation Craft

  • Difficulty Level
    Difficulty Level
    medium
  • Age
    Age
    3 to 6 years
  • Who`s crafting?
    Who`s crafting?
    Parents with kids
  • Theme
    Theme
    Monsters

Papercraft materials:

  • Download & print the templates (click below)

Tools:

  • Pritt glue stick
  • Scissors

Papercraft backstory:

A cheeky mummy who grins at your friends, or a friendly witch with a large hat: With our Halloween Invitation papercrafts you can invite all your friends to your Halloween party!

Everybody likes parties - there's music, something delicious to eat and to drink, great games and all your friends are there. Halloween is even more fun if you dress up for it! The best way to get everyone onboard for your cool party is to quickly craft the matching Halloween invitation for your friends . Whether witch, mummy, vampire or Frankenstein's monster: all Halloween invitations are easy to make!

Papercraft instructions:

Halloween Invitation - Frankenstein's Monster

Step 1

For the Frankenstein Halloween Invitation, first cut out the outer side (green) and the inner side (green/white) of the party invitation card. Apply Pritt glue and stick them together. Then, fold them in the middle along the dotted line. You can write a nice invitation text on the card - or let your parents do it.

Step 2

Then, cut out the individual parts for Frankenstein's monster. Apply Pritt glue to the rear of the green tabs on both grey buttons and stick them to the front of the card. You can fold it along the dotted line later, when you put the card into the envelope.

Step 3

Now also apply Pritt glue to the rear side of the remaining parts. Fix the eyes, eyebrows, the mouth, and the scars and stitches in the face.  Lastly, stick the hair to your Halloween party invitation - once at the front and once at the back. You can also decorate your invitation with our coloured Pritt Glitter Glues (see tip).

Step 4

Now only the envelope for the Halloween party invitation is missing. Cut out the template and fold it inwards along the dotted lines. The coloured part is the outer side - on the white field you can enter the name of the friend to be invited.
Apply a generous amount of Pritt glue to the marked areas and stick both triangles at the side to it. Now you can put your Halloween invitation into the envelope and push the upper part of the envelope in to close it. And the invitation can already be on its way to your friends!

 

 

Halloween Invitation - Vampire

Step 1

For the Vampire Halloween Invitation first cut out the outer side (blue) and the inner side (blue/white) of the invitation card. Stick them together and fold them in the middle along the dotted line. You can write a nice invitation text on the card.

Step 2

Then, cut out the individual parts for the vampire face. Apply a generous amount of Pritt glue to the rear of the blue tabs to both collar pieces and stick them to the front of your Halloween party Invitation. You can fold it along the dotted line later, when you put the card into the envelope.

Step 3

Now also apply Pritt glue to the rear side of the remaining parts. Fix the eyes, eyebrows and the mouth to the face. Lastly, stick the vampire's hair on - once at the front and once at the back. You can read how to craft the envelope in step 4 of Frankenstein's Halloween Invitation.

 

 

Halloween Invitation - Witch

Step 1

For the Witch Halloween Invitation, first cut out the outer side (green/black) and the inner side (red/white) of the invitation card. Apply Pritt glue and stick them together. Then, fold them in the middle along the dotted line. The line for the nose and the witch's wart is at the bottom front. You can write a nice invitation text on the card - or let your parents do it.

Step 2

Then, cut out the individual parts for the face of the witch. Apply a generous amount of Pritt glue to the rear of the strip with the hair and stick them to the front of your Halloween invitation - directly underneath the black bar on the invitation. Take a look at the picture for guidance.

Step 3

Next, fold the witch's hat along the dotted lines. Apply a generous amount of Pritt glue to the middle part and the small tip of the hat (at the back) only. Fix it to the hair. You can simply fold the protruding parts later, when you put the card into the envelope.
Now also apply Pritt glue to the rear side of the remaining parts. Fix the eyes, eyebrows and the mouth to the face. You can also decorate your invitation with our coloured Pritt Glitter Glues (see tip). You can read how to make the envelope in step 4 of Frankenstein's Halloween Invitation.

 

 

Halloween Invitation - Mummy

Step 1

For the Mummy Halloween Invitation, first cut out the outer side (black) and the inner side (brown/white) of the invitation card. Apply your Pritt glue and stick them together. Fold them in the middle. You can write a nice invitation text on the card - or let your parents do it.

Step 2

Then, cut out the individual parts for the mummy (paper strips and eyes and mouth). Apply Pritt glue to the rear of the eyes and the mouth and stick them to the front of your Halloween invitation. Take a look at the picture.

Step 3

Next, get the strips. Apply a generous amount of glue to each one and stick them across the front and back of your Halloween invitation. They can overlap as well. Leave the mouth and eyes free so it looks like the mummy is grinning through the strips. When you are done, you only have to cut off the protruding pieces all around. You can read how to craft the envelope in step 4 of Frankenstein's Halloween Invitation.

And that's it!

Have you chosen a Halloween Invitation that you like the most? Then print it out according to the number of guests you'd like to invite and craft a cool card for each guest and a pretty envelope. If you are looking for great ideas that are easy to follow for a fancy Halloween costume: in our crafting project "Halloween Masks" we show you how to easily craft spooky Halloween masks. Have fun and Happy Halloween!

Do you have a yellow or red Pritt Glitter Glue Stick? Then you can apply it to the Frankenstein or Witch Halloween Invitation before sticking on the individual parts. This way your invitation glitters beautifully!