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Frankenstein is one of my favorite books, so when I saw this guy in Lettering Delight’s Spooky Soiree collection, I just had to make him.
I sized Frank to fill about 3/4’s of a sheet of 8-1/2 x 11″ paper. I made this project super simple by using the print and cut function with my Silhouette Cameo. If you’re not familiar with that, I printed the image on my printer and cut it out using the Cameo. The Cameo “reads” those weird lines at the top and bottom corners to know where to cut. Here’s a post where I explain more about print and cut with the Cameo.
The best thing about print and cut is that it simplifies everything. I needed that today because I cut a bunch of burlap in my craft room and I think I’m allergic to it since I had trouble breathing for the rest of the day. I’ll be fine. I just need to cut burlap outside. 😉 Anyway, Glue Dots/tape, scissors, raffia/ribbon and/or paper scraps, candy and a jar are all you need besides Frank.
I used a tiny, cute and useful 4 Oz. Mason jar to hold the candy corn. I taped Franks feet in place. Then I covered the tape with a scrap piece of paper and raffia. What’s nice about using a Mason jar is that you can put the top on the candy when you need to. (To keep yourself from eating it or to move it from place to place. LOL!)
If you work in an office, add your name or business info to Frank’s shirt. It assures that people will see it! Plus, then they’ll thank you for the candy by name. LOL!
Lettering Delights was kind enough to
give me a whole file of fun to give to you!
**Don’t miss this idea: The cute clothes from this great freebie could also fit the Best Witches set. Just go to Lettering Delights and search “Best Witches”‘ for all those fun files.
Here are a few things I’ve made using Lettering Delights cut files.