A barn owl, a garden cross spider, a pipistrelle bat and a badger adorn this beautiful bunting for Halloween. They each occupy their own triangle, with an inky background behind them.
The drawings and backgrounds were created in ink on paper, scanned in and edited, and then printed onto high quality matt paper, with little bows of black and white with orange and white stripy string tying them together.
I wanted to create some Halloween decor that was an alternative to all the plastic-y things in the shops at the moment. If looked after carefully, you can use this again next year (or you could just keep it up!) or you can pop all the paper in the recycling and the biodegradable cotton string in the bin.
The triangles of the bunting are approximately 2m long with 8 paper triangles per pack (2 of each animal). They have extra long bits of the stripy string at each end, ready for you to tie them up. It would look great in a window or mantelpiece.
The bunting is part of a growing range of items for Badgerween - a black and white celebration of Halloween that's fundraising for the UK's badgers. You can read more about the project and why they need our help here:http://www.samdrawsthings.co.uk/projects/the-badger-sett/
For each set of bunting sold, £2 goes to the Badger Trust's badger vaccination project, a positive alternative to the cull that has been happening across the UK.
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Nov 19, 2018