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Spooky EEK

EEK is right!
 
While I have been working Holiday type goodies I do need a break.  (OK things need dry time and then I get bored!)  So, to pass my time I whipped up this little gem!  My husband pointed out he didn't want to see the FALL Project I made anymore and that he wanted a Halloween saying!
 
 
PFFT..ON IT!!!! 
 
We agreed on EEK since we wanted a little saying.
 
I picked up these small letters at Walmart, $1.47 each!  The skull is cut on Grunge Board, with my Movers and Shapers.  Then a little lime green glitter glue and topped off with Glossy Accents for shine!  Adhere with hot glue!

 
Same as above, only the "31" is from the Gothic Boo die and the glitter glue is BRIGHT PURPLE!

 
Yep, it's a pattern.  Only the spider is cut from Candlelight Fright and he's got some orange glitter glue!

 
All the paper is Authentique 6x6 paper I'm using up from last year.  I like this paper because the pattern is to scale for a smaller prokect.  Paint the sides black, glue the paper, trim, sand and ink the edges. 

 
Now we have a little Halloween for the mantle!
 
And while my skull, 31 and spider were drying, I went back to the Holiday stuff;)  WOW, another Halloween crafty thing...CHECK!!!!
 
Cool EH!
 
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