This DIY project is a great way to display your favorite photos of the Addams Family. It’s simple, easy, and looks good enough to be framed!
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The Addams Family are scary and quirky, mysterious and spooky, they’re altogether ooky.
The Addams Family 2, the animated comedy sequel, brings back everyone’s favorite scary family. On Friday, October 1st, you can see it in cinemas and on demand!
The Addams Family is a fictional family created by Charles Addams
The Addams Family is back, and Morticia and Gomez are upset that their children are growing up, missing family meals, and being completely absorbed with “scream time.”
They plan to pack Wednesday, Pugsley, Uncle Fester, and the rest of the gang into their haunted camper and hit the road for one more terrible family vacation to restore their connection. Their journey throughout America pushes them out of their comfort zone, resulting in amusing encounters with their famous cousin, IT, as well as a slew of new personalities. What’s the worst that might happen?
Greg Tiernan and Conrad Vernon are the directors of the film. Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron, Chloe Grace Moretz, Nick Kroll, Javon ‘Wanna’ Walton, Wallace Shawn, Snoop Dogg as ‘IT,’ Bette Midler, and Bill Hader star in the film, which also features Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron, Chloe Grace Moretz, Nick Kroll, Javon ‘Wanna’ Walton, Wallace Shawn, and Snoop Dogg as ‘IT.’
Make Your Own Addams Family Photo Frame to Display Your Spooky and Creepy Family
I’ve created a spooky and wacky DIY project that’s perfect for your Halloween décor. Simply add your own family picture to the frame for some eerie feelings, as inspired by the Addams Family. To build your own, look for the files and instructions below.
- Removed glass from an 8×10 picture frame
- hinge clip with a decorative design
- a picture of your choosing in a 5 in. square
- “We’re Creepy and Kooky,” they say. DOWNLOAD THE FILE
- Cardstock paper in white, black, and purple
- Vinyl with a black glue
- Tape for transfer
- Tape with two sides
- Sticks of hot glue and a hot glue gun
- Cutting machine and accessories for Cricut (mat, weeder, scraper)
- Access the project here or load the project file into Cricut Design Space.
- Size the word “We’re Creepy and We’re Kooky” to 6.5 inches wide, then cut it out with the Cricut on black sticky vinyl.
- Remove any extra bits from the white background, as well as anything that isn’t part of the sentence, and put it aside.
- To make the backing for your picture, use the Cricut to cut out two squares. Cut a purple square at 5.5 in. width and a black square at 5.25 in. width on cardstock paper if you’re using a picture that’s 5.25 in. wide.
- Stick the picture and backing squares together using double-sided tape, stacking the photo on top of the black cardstock square. Put that piece on top of the purple cardstock square and tape it in place.
- Use the Cricut to cut out an 8×10 white rectangle to serve as the frame’s backdrop.
- Apply a strip of transfer tape to the phrase “We’re Creepy and We’re Kooky,” then use the scraper to attach the transfer tape to the letters.
- Pull the word carefully off of the white backing, which is now stuck to the transfer tape.
- Center the phrase in the top center of the white cardstock backdrop, then push it to the paper and attach it by scraping over the transfer tape with the scraper. Pull the transfer tape back carefully, leaving the phrase in place on the white cardstock paper.
- Attach the ornamental hinge clip to the white cardstock paper with hot glue, attaching it just below the vinyl phrase’s center.
- Secure the picture with the matched backing between the fasteners of the hinge clip after the hot glue has set.
- Place the completed white cardboard piece in the frame and secure it with the frame backing.
If you don’t have access to a Cricut machine (or a comparable cutting machine), print the “We’re Creepy and We’re Kooky” statement on the top of an 8×10 sheet of paper and use scissors to cut out the remainder of the cardstock squares to construct the picture frame.
This Friday, October 1st, see The Addams Family 2 in cinemas and on demand.
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