My creative garden is full of accordion flowers right now. I just can’t seem to get enough of these fun-to-make paper pretties. Here's a spirited assortment!
Another spooky goodie I can’t get enough of is this paper from Making Memories. I love the bitty playing cards. Aren’t they cute? That’s right, I’m calling Halloween ghosts and goblins “cute.”
I recently sat down and made a few projects using accordion flowers and this freaky-fun paper. First, I cut out the bitty cards and strung them on black tinsel, creating a festive little banner, which I hung using a couple of my flowers.
To string the cards, I simply punched two holes in the top of each card and threaded them on the tinsel.
Whenever I pull out my camera, the pups automatically think it’s showtime. Here’s Jack posing with the banner.
And even though Kisses is far too big to be jumping up on this bench, he too decided to get in on the fun! Silly old dog.
It’s not too late to make and send a happy haunt of a greeting. I used the playing cards to make this p...p...p...poker card. I think it needs a little ‘splainin’. You see the black upside down V is supposed to be a carrot--a tool in editing that indicates you’re inserting a word. “Full Haunted House.” Get it? Yeah, it’s probably not the best card if it requires explanation, but I do like the play on words.
The playing cards pull out of the paper-crimped pocket. I think it would be fun to write little notes on the back of them.
And here’s a look at the inside, complete with a little spooky laughter!
Halloween is coming! Such a fun time to paper craft and watch old-school cartoons. Which cartoon is your favorite? I think I’ll go watch The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown and have a little more flower fun.