Another month, another project for The Paper Funday. This is an Anything Goes papercraft challenge with an optional twist, for October the twist is use yellow, orange and green.
The background paper already had a sun/moon type look to it so I cut a moon in vellum and stuck it over the lightest area of the background.
The colourise pumpkins were cut from some Clarity papers mum had in her stash, I chose a greeny purple one to fit the twist. The leaves come from another sheet of Clarity paper that had amazing Autumn colours on it. Shaped leaves give a bit more texture and depth to the overall picture with bats and cats in black card being set off by a black mat layer. To make the whole thing a little more magical I mounted the picture on some pearlescent orange card.
I won't be giving this one away for two reasons, one being I really like it and the second is we don't tend to celebrate Halloween even though the colour are amazing. It will grace the walls of my work area until next year at least.
Please come and join us at The Paper Funday, it doesn't have to be Halloween and it doesn't have to be a card, as long as it's made with paper or card that's fine with us.
I would like to enter this project in the following challenges:
Dragonfly Dreams - Autumn
Two Old Bats Halloween - Anything Halloween
Try It On Tuesday - Autumn
Inspiration Station - #54 Halloween colours
Get Creative - #126 Purple, green black and orange
Unicorn - #92 Autumn/Halloween