Harvest time is here and it's time to start planning projects for fall feasts like Thanksgiving! Today, we've got some great projects highlighting the Tacky Tape Shapes -- specifically the small pumpkin. (Keep in mind that while it's called the "small pumpkin", it measures 3” high x 2-3/4” wide -- large enough to make a striking focal point for a card!)
Tacky Shapes were introduced in our last post via the sparkly spiders on Lila's coffin box. She chose glitter to cover her spiders. Many other materials are suitable for use with the Tacky Shapes, including microbeads, flock, and today's idea: gold leafing.
For both cards, the top protective layer over the Tacky Tape was removed to reveal the adhesive. I selected the more copper-looking pieces from the package of leafing and applied those to the stem. Then I applied the more orange pieces to the pumpkin itself. Using my index finger, I worked in the leafing and use a paintbrush to brush the flakes back into the container.
And here is a closeup of this card:
And the second card, which is a Square Scalloped 5-1/4" Card cut from Acetate:
Remember, this Pumpkin cut from cardstock or other materials could make a fun addition to holiday place settings and room decor!
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