Hey guys! It’s Kari from Life PreKARIous. I’m sharing this super fun scrap paper Halloween art, today! I’m a sucker for all holiday decor, but especially Halloween! I tend to go a little overboard so, I decided that I won’t buy any new Halloween decor this year… but hey! I can always make some, right?
I have accumulated a ton of scrapbook paper over the years and never like to throw even the smallest piece away. This fun Frankenstein and mummy were the perfect way to finally get some good use out of all the scraps I have laying around.
I found the frames at IKEA for only $2. I had planned to use them in my gallery wall, but never did.
First, I gathered my paper. Green and black for the Frankenstein.
Then, I just started ripping pieces of paper and sticking it to the back of the frame using double-sided tape. Once I was done with the green, I turned the frame over and trimmed the edges. Then I repeated the process with black paper for Frank’s hair.
I wanted a more abstract look so I chose not to add a face. I did add big bolts to the back of the frame using hot glue.
For the mummy, I just used white and tan paper in a white frame. Then, I cut some strips from a drop cloth I had to tie around the outside of the frame.
I love how they turned out! And they look great on my entry table with my DIY moss ball topiary.