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I love fall colors and wanted to make a fun Halloween card for my two-year-old niece. This ghost freebie from Miss Kate Cuttables was just perfect for a child’s card.
- Cricut Pearl Paper (Kiwi)
- Adhesive Vinyl (removable or permanent)
- Glitter Tape
- Googly eyes
- Cricut Metallic Pen, Violet
- Inkpad and ink blending tool (optional)
You can find the ghost image for free here. I used two different sizes of googly eyes. I probably should have done the lollipop as a print then cut, as the many layers were somewhat time consuming.
The card base is from the Creative Everyday Cards image set. The inside sentiment is from Anna’s Lovely Layers cartridge, and “Boo!” is from the Sesame Street – Celebrations image set. (There are several “Boo” images in Design Space that are included in Cricut Access.)
I used painter’s tape to transfer the vinyl “Boo!” image. The purple vinyl piece was part of the ghost’s mouth and was small enough to use as a sticker. I really like the look of vinyl on cards and the different texture it brings, especially on a card for a child.
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