Popping in here and here to remind you that a) Uniko Studios Challenge #43~Fall/Autumn
With Halloween but a few days away, I decided to create yet one more Halloween card that doesn't include any 'spooky' creatures (okay, maybe one). Curious? I hope so!
My starting point was team-mate Sarah's wonderful inspiration card where she transformed a Christmas wreath set into a lovely Autumn card through the use of a fall palette.
Taking my lead from her, I wondered if something similar could be created using a Halloween palette. *PING* moment! I used the same Rustic Wreath base as Sarah did, paired it with a variety of images from Flower Power #1 and Background Builders: Seeing Stars, added a 'happy' from Simply Said Blocks and Halloween/wee pumpkins from my stash. I placed the panel on a piece of shimmery bat designer paper, added the 'must have' spider *grin*...and ta dahhhh!
With a change in sentiment - or the addition of 'birthday' - this could easily become a card for someone celebrating an October 31st birthday.
Hope you enjoyed my card, showcasing how delightfully flexible and versatile Uniko products can be!
Looking forward to visiting you in the gallery here!
This is just awesome, Carol. You did a fantastic job creating a wonderfully festive Halloween wreath. Great color and image choices. I almost want to flick the spider off, but it definitely sets the mood. LOL Thanks so much for sharing! :) Hugs!
Your cards are fabulously beautiful. Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a kind comment. Here to hoping we both find our dies.. and that "Mr. Vacuum" didn't eat them up☺
I just started following your blog. YAY!!! ~ I can't believe I hadn't done that earlier, but the Daisies (ME) are there now ♥
Thank you for the inspiration, Carol. I have two friends with October 31 birthdays and was wondering what to do. This is such a fantastic idea and although I don't have that Uniko wreath I think I can make do.
A Halloween wreath? What a fun idea and fabulous card!
Just seen this on the Uniko blog. I absolutely love the way you've created your Halloween wreath - such fun!!
Cute, fun and wonderfully halloween-y, Carol ... what a brilliant idea! Hugs, Anita :)
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