Using Moroccan Tiles Stencil for Spooky Lights

Hi Everyone, Karenliz here.

I wanted to make some spooky lights for a few Halloween gifts but didn’t have a die in my stash that would work.  Just like carving cardboard, you can do the same thing with any paper. This time I used a manila tag, a electric tea light and chose a tile from the Moroccan Tile stencil.


I traced the stencil on the tag and then I cut out all the negative space, painted it black with a little sparkle paint on top.  I added yellow and orange paint to deli paper and attached it to back of the tag. Using double stick tape I attached the tag around the tea light.  I then added paper punched bats on wire and spiders, black ribbon to finished my spooky light.

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The wonderful thing about these tea lights is they flicker like real candles so it almost looks like those spiders are moving around. Now go look at your stencils I bet you have one that would create something spooky!

Thanks so much for stopping by!


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