This Halloween wreath will creep out your mailman and those double dipping trick or treaters. I made this one for my sister and had asked her whether she preferred a cute or spooky appearance. Her reply was spooky so here's what I did.
This crow decided if this skull is going to be hanging on the door, then the juicy bits are fair game. This means a yummy glow in the dark eyeball for breakfast. This eyeball was a challenge since the nerve/vein/artery bundle was delicate and broke when picked up, then I dropped it and it broke again. After baking another nerve bundle onto the already baked eyeball it broke off again. Glue, glue, glue and it is holding.
His other eye was damaged in a exciting round of demonball, similar to dodgeball but you throw a small demon instead. As he could not afford a glass eye he settled for a plastic one which he baked in his home oven.
Wreath: Michael's (with 40% coupon)
Paper mache mask: Michael's
Horns: aluminium foil, butcher's cord, straight pins, oven bake clay
Eyebrow detail: oven bake clay
Eyeball #1: clear shrinky dink, eyeball stamp
Eyeball #2: oven bake clay
Crow: Michael's (clearance)
acrylic paints, mod podge (outdoor)