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Skeleton Hallowe'en Card

Posted by Red_Confetti (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 22, 05 at 14:04

Now this card isn't a quality-crafted card, but it is for my Mom who has Alzheimer's Disease. She isn't critical of the things I make for her!

The skeleton is from the Ben & Jerry's site in the link below. I put it together with dental floss, loosely, so the bones could rattle.

I got carried away with making the images smaller for this site, so I bet you can't read the front verse - it says "Shake, Rattle and Roll this Hallowe'en" - didn't want anything scary for Mom.

I didn't have any of that fake spiderweb stuff, so I used some polyester quilt batting, stretched out for the webs.

I used a pair of deckle-edge scissors to cut out the pieces.

(Unfortunately I used a glue that made 'bubbles.' Even though I pressed the card overnight between paper towels and a stack of heavy books, the bubbles are still there. Mom won't care!)

I used one of those 'eyelet' things in the top of the skull, then ran a fairly long loop of clear fishline through it, and then through a couple of slots at the top of the card. This is so the skeleton can be hung in my Mom's room


Front and Back of Card Above

Inside of Card Above

Here is a link that might be useful: Hallowe'en Crafts at Ben and Jerry's Site


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RE: Skeleton Hallowe'en Card

That is sooo cute. I think I will make one for my grandson.


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RE: Skeleton Hallowe'en Card

I'm goig to have my kids cut it out and color for our Halloween tree.


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RE: Skeleton Hallowe'en Card

Pretty cute Ms. Red....you are way too talented!!
Hope you are having a good day!


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