With the help of the Cricut Explore Air, I designed the "torn edge" pendant. I used an image from a Halloween label, copy and pasted along the edges of the banner. Used the "weld" function to create the torn jagged edge pendant leaving the corners of the pendant visible for alignment of the top layer. I used black card stock to cut and the used different pattern papers from The Spooky Delight Stack to cut the top layer of the pendant.
I used the eBrush to darken the edges with a black Sharpie:
The "31" is also a Cricut Design Space image. I stamped the "Happy Halloween" using Pink and Main's "Witch House" and adhered with Glue Dots for dimension.
Any last minute preparations for Halloween? I still have some baking to do and more treat bags to put together.
Thank you for visiting and have a safe and Happy Halloween.
A fabulous & fun banner!! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!!
Have a blessed day,
Crafting With Creative M
Fantastic banner, Hugs, Lori m
great banner Yolie, love the torn edge!!
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