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      DIY Monster Cards with free stencils

      I haven’t been publishing here on MollyMoo for a little over a week because of some wickedly painful tendonitis in my wrist – I’m blaming Steve Jobs of course for the super slick designed tracker pad on my apple laptop. I have to change the way I work a bit, get used to a new clunky ergonomic mouse that looks like something out of Star Trek, and maybe reduce time spent tapping away on my laptop, but not if I can help it!!!… so on we go

      ….. with some cute DIY Monster Cards

      for Halloween Hi’s, or at any time of the year for googly birthday greetings and thank yous.


      From left over spin art, paint experiments, wrapping paper scraps or colourful scrapbooking paper, simply cut out the little monster shapes, glue the monsters onto blank cards and attach the googly eyes. You can draw over them monsters to add teeth, legs, bellybuttons and so on :)

      Your kids might like to draw their own monster silhouettes and cut them out
      you can Download my Monster Stencils here

      You will need blank cards from the craft store, or just cut an A4 page in two and fold to make the cards.




      Monster Cards Crafting Supplies:

      for your convenience, I have added affiliate links to this post

      A6 Folded Notecards
      Spin Art Toy
      Peel ‘n Stick Googly Eyes, assorted sizes


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