|Fall Subway Art Pumpkin|
|Inspiration from Today's Fabulous Finds|
I took an artist board and rubbed on the fall subway art I'd just created. It turned out great! I had never used this transfer paper until tonight. I am so excited about all the things I can do with it now! After transferring the art I took one of my scrap packs of papers and used Modge Podge to make a color block border on the sides. I also took a second artist board and color blocked it with paper scraps in fall colors.
Finally, I added a bit of dried moss over the top and partially down the sides as well as some silk leaves. I finished it off with a jute bow tied around the stem.
It was moderately difficult to do this project due to the learning curve using the Rub-on paper and trying to hot glue the moss between the artist boards (got my first glue burn blister of the year). Of course, if you are not familiar with Power Point or don't have access to it, I think magazine cut-outs or any word processor words printed and cut out would also look awesome...just Modge Podge them to an artist board, canvas, tile, or whatever you decide to use. Just be creative!
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