I found this wonderful artwork from Cindy Mindy Pindy's lovely blog:
I made some slight adjustments and cut them out of black cardstock.
Working outside, I sprayed them, a few at a time, with spray adhesive and then sprinkled black glitter on them. I like to press down lightly on them with my hands before shaking the excess glitter off.
If I'm being particularly good, I'll give them a coat of clear acrylic spray to seal the glitter on better.
I think they're lovely!
I was so enamored of how cute they looked (the very delicate handles on the jack-o-lantern and the tiny teeth in his mouth) that I ended up cutting out probably dozens on my robo/silhouette and sending them out to all kinds of people.
I didn't mount them on cards -- they were so sweet just as they were -- but I put them in some old glassine envelopes that my husband no longer wanted.
I wrote a short message on the backs with a white pen.
And sent them off to people all over the place!
It was fun because I know most people wouldn't be expecting a Halloween greeting from us, so it will be a nice surprise.
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