I used Authentique's "Glowing" line of paper for this project and followed an idea my friend Susan has used many times for framed paper art in her bathroom. Having just returned from the east coast and recently toured one of their amazing, old, historic graveyards, I wanted to incorporate that into this project along with a little bit of the feel of the Haunted Mansion, thus the rusty fence along the front.
The project really isn't that difficult, just cut any paper you like into 1 1/2" squares, ink them, crinkle them, then adhere them to the background paper (I used 12x12) and sew on it. I kind of went a little overboard on the sewing this time, but I wanted it to look a little crazy to add to the haunted look. I like the end effect. Although it is easy to do, it is rather time consuming to ink all the little squares, crinkle them, lay them all out the way you want them, adhere them, and then with the sewing, you have to turn the paper over and pull all the threads through onto the back to tie them. I think that takes the longest. But the outcome is just what I wanted! It is proudly displayed above the entrance table by the front door.