How to Make Homemade Cards With Skulls & Hearts

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Homemade cards with skulls and hearts use construction paper and a few other key tools. Make homemade cards with skulls and hearts on them with help from an experienced crafts expert in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Holly Silva. I've been a crafts expert for about 15 years now. Today, we're going to make skulls and hearts cards. Let's get started. I have a black piece of construction paper because we are going to make a card with hearts and skulls on it. Because that's all the rage right now. All the kids are doing it. So I like to do these negative piece. Negative meaning like bringing everything out to the front. So white out is what we're going to be using. You can use a taped white out which is what I'm using or we can use a brush white out, which is what some people have. I like this because you don't have to wait for it to dry. Alright so we do the head like this. And sometimes it wont stick but that's okay because sometimes it gives a nice little rugged look when it's not perfect, you know? And like this, okay. That side was good, okay. Here we go. Now we're going to make some eyeballs. Again, doesn't have to be perfect. It's a skull. Skulls are not perfect. Skulls are dead. Okay there's that and oh lets make him like a little nose hole. There, grrr I'm a skull. Okay, I'll make it like a little, there we go. It kind of looks like a pig but it's a skull. We all look different right? All of our skulls are different. Okay, so now I'm going to grab my double stick tape and these little hearts that I cut out of construction paper in a pink one. And we're going to put it there. Now, we went from skulls which can be mean or kind of hip at the same time and we made it pretty with a little heart. Well I really enjoyed that one. I hope you did too and I hope you have a really good time with creating arts and crafts and cards with everything that you have around the house as well. It's a lot more fun when you can be creative with whatever you have at your fingertips rather than having to go outside and buy it all. So if you have any questions on that or anything further let us know and we'd be happy to help you out. Until next time.


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