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Halloween crafting is perfect
for kids. There are so many funny, creative, and kid friendly spooky projects
to create. Trenice Bishop designed this googly eye frame. It is so simple, a
perfect project for beginners that will only take up to an hour and a half to
complete. After you complete this project it makes a great place to put a photo
of your kids dressed up in their Halloween costumes.
Plaid Wood Frame -12880,
FolkArt Paint – 503 Yellow Citron, FolkArt Acrylic Paint – 479 Pure Black,
FolkArt Acrylic Paint- 901 Wicker White
Painter's tape, Wiggly eyes, Craft brushes, Hot glue
gun, Craft spray, Water bowl,
Memory Frame surface with Yellow Citron and let dry.
When dry, use the
painter's tape to create the lined pattern.
Paint over tape
with Pure Black and allow time to dry.
Remove the tape
to reveal the pattern on the frame.
Spray with a
clear craft spray and let dry. (Use fats drying spray to cut drying time.)
wiggly eyes on the frame to create the scary face.
Use the hot glue
gun to secure the wiggly eyes to the frame.
Using a liner
brush, paint the woo “Boo” just to the side of the mouth of the face.
Add your favorite
a cotton swab dipped in petroleum when you're ready to glue them down jelly to
transfer the wiggly eyes to the frame.