In went my Millennium pen to outline the letters and bats. (This is why I love my Gazelle so much!) I can’t remember where I got the graphic. It was before I had my blog and didn’t keep track of such things. Since the wood is too thick to go under the rollers, I moved them to one end and placed the board vertical versus horizontal on the mat. Hit cut, and let it do it’s magic. I then put a bead of glue tracing the letters, and laying the twine around. Cut out the ghosts and glue to back. I made them a little under 3″ and cut them in half so they would show the whole ghost behind the sign. I colored in my bats with the ZIG Writer in black, then outlined them with the Calligraphy pen in silver. I think that is everything.
Hope you enjoyed my sign. You know I love comments. Have a great day and happy crafting!
Orange Licorice by Trendy Twine
Seasoned Halloween (ghosts) by Lettering Delights
Stained with Distress Ink in Walnut Stain
ZIG Memory System Writer in black
ZIG Memory System Calligraphy Metallic in silver
ZIG Memory System Wink of Stella in gl. clear
Kuretake ZIG Millennium in black 03
*Submitted to Anything But A Card challenge