I used Prima's checkered stencil and Sharpies with the eBrush on white card stock. I set the eBrush to the 2nd setting, alternating colors.
My Halloween tote is front and center in my craft room, actually it's by the doorway because there is no room on my craft table. Keepin' it real. Anyway, I went through my stash and found a pack of chipboard, I paid .20 for it a few years ago. Remember, I have hoarding skills.
I added the "trick or treat" chipboard and added purple twine behind it. Surprisingly, the adhesive was still had a strong bond.
I then embellished with black and purple enamel dots.
That's it, quick and easy Halloween card.