DIY: Ouija Board

Hi everyone!

First of all, thank you all so much for commenting & watching my videos!
It has been a long time since I’ve had the ability to do a new video for you all and I am very sorry.
Everything is well, life sometimes just gets in the way.

But I learned that creativity sometimes hibernates & always comes back to you, however cliche that may sound.
We all need a break to come back stronger and better, or just the same.. as long as we are happy & creating!

I realised my Youtube channel reached 10.000 subscribers, which is amazing. I can’t put into words how proud and lucky that makes me, especially reading all your lovely comments. They really helped me & kept me going the last year!

So here it is, a new video!

I wanted to make this board ever since my computer broke down (Halloween 2016), and am so happy that I am finally able to upload it! I still don’t have the best laptop in the world, but I am saving up money for one (gotta stop buying craft supplies and actually save my money!).

This board is called a Ouija board & is used to call on invisible entities, like ghosts! I am sure you all know the stories & myths behind these boards. Next time, I am going to make a planchette to add to this board.

*** And the best part: you can win this board + planchette! ***

All you have to do, is comment on this video on Youtbe that you want to join the contest & subscribe to my Youtube channel (if you haven’t yet!) before September 1st and maybe you will win! I will announce the winner here on my blog and the winner will ofcourse be chosen randomly! Come all, join in!


  • Wood board
  • Tim Holtz paper stack – French Industrial
  • Ranger Distress ink – Frayed Burlap
  • Ranger Distress ink – Walnut Stain
  • Ranger Distress ink – Black Soot
  • ModPodge
  • Wood glue (Bison)
  • Water & brush
  • Indian ink
  • Graphic45 Alphabet stickers
  • Tim Holtz Idea-ology metal corners
  • Dreamcatcher stickers



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