Here's the back of my home-made monocle! I was kind of proud that I was able to drill my wishbone with my inexpensive brand dremel-like tool from harbor freight without harming anything in the process! The soft plastic wishbones are pretty easy to drill.
I had the spider stamp Tim used, but it was too late as I'd already put the texture paste on the tag. oops! So I used the die-cut spider instead.
To make the ribbon trim look more scary I threaded a thin black wire through the middle of the ribbon and then scrunched it up so it looks a little wacky. Then I bent the wire to the back to hold it in place. It kind of gathered the trim. I also used a little shrink plastic charm that was a left-over from another project.
I started running out of room, so I decided to use a little "boo" under the pumpkin.
I love Halloween projects and I enjoyed making this tag! The spray stains are easy to use and I look forward to getting some Tim Holtz spray inks soon. I love the wood-cut looking Tim Holtz stamp set!!! The stamp images from the set are very mischievous! I like the mischievous and busy Halloween grungy look!