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How to Make a Dracula Halloween Project
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What better way to celebrate Halloween than with fun monster-themed recycled craft projects? Learn How to Make a Dracula Halloween Project out of an old plastic creamer container by following this easy tutorial. These little guys are easy Halloween crafts to make and would look great as decorations at your next spooky party!
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- Empty plastic creamer container
- Gesso or Mod Podge
- Purple acrylic paint
- 2 ½” x 7” black felt
- 2 one inch white cardstock circles
- 3 one inch gray cardstock circles
- 2 ¾” black cardstock circles
- 2" x 2" scrap of gray cardstock for nose
- Stampin' Up tab punch
- ½” circle punch
- Black Sharpie marker
- Liquid glue
- Hot glue gun and sticks
Paint plastic creamer bottle with Gesso or Mod Podge. Let dry.
Paint creamer bottle with purple acrylic paint. Let dry.
Take two gray 1" circles, place down flat (face up).
Take two white 1" circles and glue on top of the gray circles, leaving a crescent shape.
Take two ¾” black circles and glue to center of white circles.
Take last gray circle and cut in half. Glue to top of eyeball. Gray crescent part of eye is the bottom.
To make nose, use scrap piece of gray cardstock and punch out using tab punch.
Cut tab in half.
Take ½” circle punch and punch two ¼” circles on sides for nostrils.
Glue eyes and nose to front of creamer container.
Take 2 ½” x 7” black felt and fold in half.
Cut two half circle shapes on both sides of fold to create head.
Using hot glue gun, glue felt strip to top of creamer.
Using black marker, draw a mouth shape onto creamer.