Victorian-Style Halloween Picture

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When I was creating my Halloween vignette this year I wanted something to anchor the look.  It had to be inexpensive to make and something I could do with what I had on hand.Easy Victorian-Style Halloween Art tutorial - 2 minutes from start to finish. www.cupcakesandcrinoline.com

I grabbed my Grandparent’s framed wedding photo to use as the base and then added a page I printed out from the Graphics Fairy and a Black Paper Owl from Dollar Tree.  Victorian Halloween Art at www.cupcakesandcrinoline.com

I’m not sure if the owl is still available from Dollar Tree or not – they came in a package of multiples (10 maybe???) but just in case you need it and can’t find one or don’t have a Dollar Tree close by I scanned one and you can download it right here – print it on some heavyweight paper and then cut it out.

While you’re by your printer, stop by the Graphics Fairy to print out this dictionary page – this will be what pulls the whole look together.

Once you have your owl ready and your dictionary page printed out, gather your frame and some double-sided tape.

Tape the dictionary page to the center of your frame then tape the owl on top of that and that’s it.

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I really love how it turned out, spooky with a Victorian feel to it and after Halloween I can take the paper and owl off of the frame and have my Grandparent’s wedding photo back.

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