It was made using recycled cardboard from a Wheat Thins box and corrugated paper from a light bulb package. I spray painted the light bulb paper with black paint and then painted the red and yellow patterns using Testors paint markers. Then I cut round holes into the corrugated paper and used a glue stick to paste the digital eyes on to the back. The eyes were created with the Adobe Photoshop application using a bevel filter and lens flare filter (35MM prime) for the highlight. I sealed the front of the postcard with a clear enamel spray paint and used spray adhesive to glue the cracker box to the back of the card. Then I trimmed off the excess and wrote the address info on the box with permanent markers.
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