Scissorcraft is a collection of images personally illustrated by your's truely with my two grand children in mind. Scissorcraft color book crafts are suitable for people of all ages and abilities, young and old. I constantly revisit these images to update and refresh or replace the old and funky.
A while back I realized that I was spinning wheels and running like a hamster to appease the unappeasible demands of advertisers and had almost forgotten the reason behind creating these sites. Scissorcraft is my tiny space invirtual-land where I play to satiate an insatiable desire to illustrate for no apparent reason.
For a miniscule cost of $1 per month, members have access to the sum total of my life's work.
To all members who honor me by finding value in my work through paid membership, I thank you so very much for helping me jump off the hamster wheel to begin to regain creative insanity.
Bonus: to my knowledge none of my images have ever spontaneously exploded and are not banned on airplanes.
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Happy people are filled with filled with joyous and euphoric feelings of satisfaction. Cheerful people seem to enjoy all aspects of whatever it is that has captured their mood and made them feel happiness.
These happy-face color book images will bring cheer to any Halloween festival or carnival celebration. Transform visiting grumpy ghouls and howling lycanthropes into trembling, quivering masses of giggling spirit specters and whimpering, rolly-polly werewolf-puppies in no time at all with a yard full of happy face pumpkins and gourds surrounding all wandering souls on fright night.
The Night of the Living Dead seems to be an odd time to express outrageous joy what with all the gory, blood-sucking vampires and ghoulish zombies wandering about looking to nosh on brain cells and worms, but some cultures celebrate the Day of the Dead with enough cheerful enthusiasm to ...uh... literally wake the dead.