Today we're going to have a little Halloween fun with perception. Let's look at the two cards below:
No, your eyes are not deceiving you. These are the exact same cards, only done in two different color schemes. The one of the left was made in "traditional" Halloween colors of black and orange, while the card on the right was done in "non-traditional" Halloween colors of pink and grey. Both the same card. The same bat embossing folder, the same "Raven" poem and skull. The same spook factor.
So, why then does the orange and black one seem so much more scary and Halloweenie? Who told us that orange and black are the colors of Halloween? And what if I find pink and grey to be extremely frightening? It's all about perception.
Today's cards will both be entered into the "Halloween" theme challenge with The Paper Players and we shall see what the results say. . .
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