Monday, October 14, 2019

October Papercraft Challenge Tags!

Hello Friends I am here to share the
 Papercraft Business Challenge
with all of you!

This month the Theme is Tags!! 
With Halloween just around the corner
and fall in full swing 
my inspiration was easy!

I used the Lawn Fawn Stamp set Happy Harvest.
I just adore this set - 
Ok, well most of their sets!!

I have an upcoming crop - so I created tags 
for all of my friends to put on a goodie bag 
that we seam to exchange every crop - it our little tradition!

 Lately I have been loving the process pictures every one posts,
 so I thought I would continue asn show you my steps top create these tags.
 I filled a sheet with my images making sure I had 12 of each.
I stared with the bigger ones and back filled to cover the sheet.

One they were all coloured, I used my glaze pen to dot their eyes,
I love to add as much detail and dimension as possible!
Then to the scan & Cut they go - love this step!!
Then I sort them & keep them handy for assembly!

Next I created 12 tags from 110lb card stock.
I inked the sky with my homemade template - 
I used my Lawn Fawn cloud die to create it.
Each side has different size clouds to create a more real scene.

Next I used the tag die to create small bottom portions that 
 I could die cut grass from & then I inked these 
portions in the same fashion as the sky.

The next step was the corn stalks - I used 2 colours to create depth.


Once that was complete I could add the grass bottom & the banner.
I popped the grass up & kept the banner flat.


 Lastly I layered my images on the tag- 
I placed my scarecrow a bit to the left, 
and started arrange the scene.  
The pumpkins have been added at varying heights 
using different foam & one is flat on the front.   

Some if my friends make cards, Some make layouts & some do 
the pocket paged - no maker what they make these will be a great addition!

Hope you enjoyed my post & have a Blessed Harvest!

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