Howdy from Tulsa!
We, the designers at Papercraft Business (PB), have a new October challenge for you. The theme is “anything goes” with an optional twist of “Halloween and/or autumn”. Our amazing prize is “Flat Bottomed Cloud Die-namics” from My Favorite Things.
Our rules are simple:
You must follow our challenge theme.
You must mention “Papercraft Business Challenge” in your post.
You must link your entry back to our “Papercraft Business Challenge blog”.
You can have up to three entries and
those three entries must each be new entries.
My PB designer project is a Halloween project. This project was originally for Brutus/Monroe’s designer post, but health and family matters prevented me from completing my Halloween card. I had just a few more items to place on the front of the card, so this was perfect timing for PB’s new October challenge.
I had a lot of fun with the cute “boo” card. No stamps or coloring with any media were involved in my process. My “boo” card is all glitterstock from Brutus/Monroe and dies from Spellbinders. The dies from Spellbinders are “Jack-O-Lantern”, “Boo Web”, and 6×6 Matting Basics A (see below for links).
The pumpkin was cut with Tangerine and Mocha glitterstock. I cut the word “boo” with Pickle glitterstock. The spider web was cut with the Charcoal glitterstock. (Affiliated links are used within my post and shown below as thumbnails.)
Another fun addition is Brutus/Monroe’s “Glow-in-the-dark Sea Glass”. I do apologize for no “glow-in-the-dark” photos. I and my camera were not cooperating with each other. The sea glass was added as ground and glued to “Boo!”
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I hope you stop by again this week for more inspiration.
Affiliated links are listed below at no cost to you. Most of the supplies for making this project were purchased by me. If you click on the thumbnails below (you have a choice of several online stores) and make a purchase, I get a commission. I want to thank everyone for their continued support of my art.