Floating Tarot Cards
Homemade Halloween Ideas: Floating Tarot Cards
Need more creative ideas for Halloween? My inspiration for this Halloween craft was the seance room in the Disneyland’s haunted mansion ride. The room had a crystal ball with Madame Leota’s head and floating glow in the dark instruments and other glowing objects all around the room.
For a Halloween party one year I decorated the food table by hanging floating tarot cards above the crystal ball shown below. I set the crystal ball on an old dusty table that was in the atrium and ruined from the rain. I used stacked books without the paper jackets, candles, and colorful table clothes and rugs to decorate the table. I scattered Styrofoam bones, skulls, and black roses as well.
Check out how I made this easy floating tarot card Halloween craft.
Google Images is my friend (if you don’t know that already). This search engine made this project SO easy.
Start by searching and printing out your favorite Tarot Card Images from Google Images.
Using a glue stick, glue the image onto fluorescent colored cardstock. Make sure to put the image on both sides if you are going to hang them.
Using a hole punch or a craft punch, punch a hole in the top center and hang them from your ceiling with fishing line at various lengths creating a floating effect.
Step Four: (optional)
Use glow in the dark paint to make each Floating Tarot Card glow with a black light.
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