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Trespassers will be Eaten

I recently pinned this "Trespassers will be eaten by Zombies" sign!  I thought it was so funny!  Now, the one I pinned I loved but since my metal cutting machine isn't working I went for my dies, stencils and glitter!
Doesn't it always start with the Lost Zombie!


I wanted something quick easy and bright.  The letters overlap and I made sure they weren't perfect.  



I love using the Distress Glitter and the Drip Edge is perfect for the bottom.  


Wrapped with black Tinsel Twine this 6"x12" sign shimmers when the orange lights are on.


Picket Fence Distress Crayon and Halloween Script stencil is layered onto the black cardstock.


I topped it off with the AWESOME Twisted Edge cut.  


Hanging in it's place ready to scare!


I love all the bright Halloween colours for this fun sign.  All the distress glitter catches the light and gets all glittery!  

Keep it Creepy!




Lost Zombie
Alphanumeric Marquee
Upper Typo
Word Play
Twisted Edge
Drip Edge 
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  1. This just made me laugh out loud Nicole - I love it so much! The sign you pinned is brilliant but yours is even better, in my humble opinion, I love that some of the words overlap and the drippy edge is 'to die for' - lol - wish I had bought that die now..... Anne xx

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  2. Wonderful Nicole, love the glitter and the mix of fonts, what a great sign, the Lost Zombie has never looked better! Deb Xo

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