Digi Choosday Challenge / Wk 36 – Halloween (A 3D project) – Polkadoodles

It’s Tuesday! New challenge starts over at Digi Choosday today! As always it is anything goes but the design team is sharing their makes with a given theme: Halloween (use of 2 backing papers and to make a 3D project with it)! Now I have a little problem when it comes to Halloween. I run wild and craft and tinker as if my life depended on it! Halloween is just kind of a muse of mine 🙂 So I tinkered all kinds of things with the beautiful Witchie Witchie downloadbundle from Polkadoodles with beautiful Halloween colors and pictures: with all that beauty you will be sweet all afternoon!

This is what I have made:

I started with the little “witch-hat-box”. I searched all over internet to find me a pattern that I had in my mind. And I used a little piece of black cardstock to make a witch hat too. I had some bow embellishments in my stash that matches perfect with the purple paper from the box.

Details about the big green box:
– I first printed out the paper for the gift box and the pictures on somewhat thicker cardstock (300 grm);
– I cut everything out and put it together and glued everything together;
– I still had some black ribbons lying around and I slung them around the hand barrels of the gift box;;
– and it is actually not much more exciting. But the paper and pictures are so beautiful, all you have to do is print and cut!

The shadowbox card is a bit more work! But if you like fuzzy cutting it shouldn’t be a problem! Below you can see the front of my card. It is very simple: I pasted some of the beautiful paper on the black front. I cut out the black cat, a picture included in the Witchie Witchie kit, pasted it on white cardstock and matted it on black cardstock. The focus should be on the inside.

I also covered the inside with paper from the kit on the left. The background of the box itself is also included in the package. I printed the background a few times in the same format. Then I started to work up the background in 3D technology. So I cut out the various elements and glued them on with foam tape to give it more depth. In the foreground I have pasted all the “scary” melon faces.

As said all the paper (except the black cardstock) comes from The Witchie Witchie download bundle from Polkadoodles! The only thing you need yourself is some embellishments, cardstock, glue and scissors is of course also handy 🙂

Wishing you all the best and hope to see you next time again! Good luck with challenge at
Digi Choosday ! The Digi Choosday Challenge runs every week, it is always anything goes so there is no reason not to enter and you never know you may just win!

Looking for more inspiration? Then check out my teamies designs over on the Facebook page, you can also post your own Polkadoodles’ designs on the Craft Stamp and Colour with Polkadoodles Facebook group
Thanks for stopping by, now go join the challenge!

With this projects, I would love to enter the following challanges:
Crafting Happiness Challenge – #65 Anything goes
Pammie’s Inky Pinkies Challenge – #2036 Anything goes
Crafty Sentiments Designs – 8 sept. Anything goes
World Wide Open Design Team Challenge – #08 Anything goes

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5 thoughts on “Digi Choosday Challenge / Wk 36 – Halloween (A 3D project) – Polkadoodles

  1. Oooo I love Halloween projects. What a fabulous set! So cute! Thank you for sharing your craftiness at Crafting Happiness Challenges.
    🙂 Janis, Owner & Design Team Member

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