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Paper Crafts 11

Published on October 30th, 2013 | by Kristen Swain

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Quick Quick Quick Last Minute Halloween Décor

Halloween is in just a couple days, and you decided you want to make one last thing for your awesome décor. I have this fast frame set that will take you moments, but be a great addition to your already awesome décor. Last minute Halloween décor!

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You just need your Cricut machine, the A Frightful Affair cartridge, black and orange cardstock and a couple frames.

When I bring frames home, I usually have an idea of what I’m going to do with them, so I immediately spray painted these two black. It takes a few seconds and let them dry an hour or so.

All I did was to remove the glass, and put that aside, since I didn’t want these to have glass in them.

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Then I used my Cricut to cut the images from the Cricut A Frightful Affair cartridge. I used a circle from the Cricut Font and Basic Shapes cartridge, and simply added some Halloween papers to fit the opening size of the frame. I put the back on and worked from the front to add in the images, so they would be centered.

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I cut a little bit off the moon in the witch picture to fit, and then added the rest in. Wouldn’t these also make adorable cards? I love them!

Last Minute Halloween Décor - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

Last Minute Halloween Décor - CreativeMeInspiredYou.com

Paired with some cool black accessories, these will stand out!

kris ( Happy Halloween!)

 



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