So, I have had the 'ingredients' for this little project for a while, but I haven't been in the crafty mood...so I waited until today. I've got just enough time to panic and think that I don't have enough time to do all the things I need to do for Halloween. That's called 'motivation' in my world. I've been told it's called procrastination...whatever that is.
We'll jump right in! First, you'll need:
Googly Eyes, of all shapes and sizes (lots!)
Red glitter glue (or you can use regular paint in Halloween color of choice)
Cheap picture frame (got mine for $1 at Michael's, $0.60 if I use a coupon!)
Funky ribbon of choice
Letters of choice, from wherever (cricut, etc, if you have it, or store-bought)
Glue/epoxy of choice
I never want to see another one again. Seriously, I think I googly-eyed for two hours straight! I can set this aside for a few hours to let it dry.
After all that glue was dry, I ran a black sharpie around the inner and outer edges of the frame. I love the drippy glitter glue. Makes it creepy...well, creepier.
I then wrapped a bit of ribbon around the bottom, and held it there with my handy-dandy clippy things. I have to say, I lucked out with the ribbon. I had no idea it was see-through, and that really works for this project! ------>
I glued the very punny letters in place and filled the frame with nothing. Look: that one eye has two pupils.
I really like the red glitter glue. It's icky and shiny and gross. Enjoy, while I go to my next panic project!