Next it was time to pull out my Sizzix Big Shot and start die cutting.  I cut the vampire shapes, the tag, and the letters.

die-cut

To put all the pieces together, I used my Xyron Creative Station Lite.  Simply roll all the die cut pieces through the Creative Station to add adhesive to the back.  It’s so easy!  Just peel and stick the pieces!  The vampire die cut has very easy to follow pictures that make assembling the vampire a breeze.

diy-vampire-sign

I added the tag first, then layered the vampire pieces on the left side of the hoop.  Finally, I added the letters to spell “blood bank”.

xyron-step-2

To add a little more detail to the vampire, I sprinkled super fine black glitter on his eyes.  There was a bit of glue left from when I rolled it through the Xyron.  Normally I would remove this little excess bit of glue, but this time I used it to intensify Dracula’s eyes!

finish-vampire

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