Halloween Box Cards SVG Kit

Make these adorable vintage-inspired Halloween cards full of dimension! Each one folds flat to fit inside its envelope. **Updated 4/11/19 for enhanced on-screen display compatibility with upgraded versions of Silhouette Studio and the Cricut Design Space software**



Ghost Stories Box Card - 7 x 8 x 1.4” when standing. When folded flat, it’s 8.25 x 8”.
Jack-in-the-Box Card - 5 x 8.2 x 4.2” when standing. When folded flat, it’s 6.5 x 8.2”.
Owl and Jack O' Lantern Box Card - 7 x 6.7 x 1.8”. When folded flat, it’s 5.9 x 6.7”.
Spooky Floral Box Card - 9 x 8.3 x 4.2” when standing. When folded flat, it’s 6.8 x 8.5”.
Vintage House Box Card - 4.4 x 5.5 x 3” when standing. When folded flat, it’s 7.3 x 5x5”.

We also offer each project individually!

Ghost Stories Box Card
Jack-in-the-Box Card
Owl and Jack O’ Lantern Box Card
Spooky Floral Box Card
Vintage House Box Card



Any cutting machine software that allows you to import SVG files, such as Sure Cuts a Lot ("SCAL"), eCAL, Make the Cut, Silhouette Studio Designer Edition and Cricut Design Space. This Kit contains pieces that are too large for 12x6 and 8.5 x 11 mats. Alternative “solid” score lines included, as well as each project saved as a single file and all shapes “separated.”

Assembly Tutorial

Paper Collection | Supplies

Solid paper shown is all AC Cardstock by American Crafts (about 80 lb). Patterned paper shown is all 12x12 sheets from the Nightfall paper collection by Authentique Paper. For adhesive, I used Scotch Quick Dry adhesive and Scrapbook Adhesives thin foam dots for dimension.
The “Happy Halloween” stamp on the back of the card is from the Hero Arts CL498 stamp set.
For the Jack-in-the-Box Card, the cat’s head is affixed to the body using a Action Wobble Mini by Hampton Art (optional). It’s basically a collapsible plastic spring with adhesive on both ends. The pom-pom on the hat is about 0.75” wide. Small white dots were added to the eyes using a white gel pen.
For the Vintage House Box Card, the edges of the black shapes were inked using a light brown inkpad (a Cat’s Eye by Colorbox). The side panels were embossed using the Skeleton Scroll folder by Cuttlebug.

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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 19 October, 2018.