A couple of weeks ago I cut kits for 2 table toppers. The first one had a winter theme with red mitten fabric. This one is for Halloween and I just love this one. That ribbon around the edge pops doesn't it?
I've learned - again - the lesson that contrast is key for a design like this. The mitten topper is very boring because I didn't have enough contrast in that ribbon feature to make it stand out. I should have chosen a solid gold instead of a coordinating print to go with the red I used with the mitten fabric. Lesson learned . . . but will I remember it?