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Sugar Skull Fun - Halloween Decor by Annie

Sugar Skull Fun - Halloween Decor by Annie | Rinea
Hello Friends - Annie here with a fun project just in time for Halloween. Today, I am making a sugar skull using the Haunted Variety Crafter's Pack. This is a pretty easy and quick project.

Sugar Skull using Rinea Foiled Paper

Let's gather our supplies and get started on our project:
Plastic Skull - Dollar Tree
Plaid Multi-Surface Paint - White
Aleene's Clear Tacky Glue
Various Dies - Spellbinders, Momenta, Sizzix, Memory Box
Tools: Paintbrush, Die Cutting Machine, Scissors


I started by painting my grayish skull white.  With this paint by Plaid, you don't need to prep your surface. Which is perfect to work with kids or for those of us that love to jump right in. Then, I set it aside to dry.


While the skull was drying, I die cut several hearts, flowers, leaves and swirls from the Haunted Variety Crafter's PackViolet/Gold Glossy Foil PaperTurquoise/Gold Glossy Foil Paper.


Next, I played around with my arrangement. I trimmed thin pieces of the Starstruck Fuchsia/Fuchsia Foil Paper I used it to down the front of the head to the tip of the nose. I just adhered the shapes to the skull with the Aleene's Clear Tacky Glue. The liquid glue gives you a bit of wiggle room to adjust the shapes as needed. What I do love about Rinea Foil Paper is that it holds it's shape. Which is perfect for those heart shapes around the eyes and the flowers inside of the eyes. Below are various photos showing all the shapes adhered to the skull.

 
 

You can make this as colorful as you would like or monochromatic. It's entirely up to you. That's it you have now created a sugar skull for your Halloween decorations.


Thank you for stopping by today - I hope you create a project or two with the wonderful Rinea Foil Paper and share them with us on Social Media!!