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This Halloween Jester is Ready for the Costume Party!

Welcome to Altered Pages and I hope you are enjoying your Sunday! Susan here bringing you a charm I created using an adorable Altered Pages Halloween Digital Collage Sheet, fuzzy fibers, shrink plastic and a shimmery bead to top it off. Now I have a festive necklace to wear for Halloween.

I started out with this lovely digital collage image "Jester Halloween". The images from are so fun and diverse - and their uses are endless. This cutie has been begging me for creative attention and love - so I decided to make a charm for a necklace. I printed out this image onto my shrink plastic following directions and punched holes around. Then I let the magic happen in my toaster oven. I edged with silver foil tape and laced with sparkly orange and black fibers. I topped off with a large sparkly orange bead.

Now I have an adorable necklace with vintage flair ready to wear for Halloween.
The size of my shrunken charm is about 3 1/2" tall by 2 1/4" wide.

Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you are inspired to create something. Please visit the Altered Pages website for Collage Sheets, Ephemera, Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer, Rubber Stamps, blank items ready to alter, Project kits and more!

If you would like to see more of my work please Click HERE. Sb : )


  1. adorable - that is one of my favorite Altered Pages Hallowe'en images!

  2. Who woulnd't want to wear that? It is the perfect Halloween accessory to make you feel festive! Gorgeous!


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