It’s time for one last scare of the year and this creepy card scene is the perfect way to do it. The Galaxy Sky Technique helps add the eerie darkness to this card. Head off to your craft rooms and create one last Halloween scare of your own using this easy to follow tutorial.
Anytime I search for Halloween sweets and treats Monster eye cookies have been popping up left and right. I haven’t tried baking them yet but love the look of them so I had to try making some fake ones. I love how they turned out and plan on hanging them in my Halloween tree as ornaments. Make some for yourself to hang up, wear or, use as a magnet.
Make this card center stage for your Halloween decorating or send it to a friend to enjoy. This great card is designed so that your die cut pieces on the inside pop up to give someone a surprise. It’s also good for other themes and occasions so don’t put this technique away after Halloween is over! The holidays are just beginning.
Have some fun this Halloween and create a spooky card to send to someone who enjoys the day with you or may even have a special occasion going on that day. These would make great invitations to your Halloween party, too! The inked background and cut outs help to give this card a 3-d effect that will make anyone jump or even shudder.
Make some cute clay candy corn to decorate with or wear as jewelry. I plan on adding mine to my holiday tree to go with my Halloween lollipop garland I blogged about last year here on Think Crafts! Continue reading →
I love Halloween, I love handing out the candy, and making costumes (monkey for the little girl this year), and I love decorating for it! I always try to make our front porch festive for all the trick-or-treaters. Sadly last year one of my decorations, a flying ghost, died and had to go to a better place (the trash can). But it gives me the excuse to get/make some new decorations, and I think this guy is going to look amazing on our front door!