Over at the Four Seasons Challenge Blog,
our theme once again this month is . . .
Anything Goes FALL
check out this fabulous inspiration board Diane has created for you . . .
What an awesome Fall mood board ... great job Diane!
I was immediately taken by the upper left corner image with the Indian Corn.
As a kid, my Dad planted EVERYTHING under the sun!
We had Indian Corn and he also planted 'POP corn' which we actually shucked & popped! LOL
I've had this 12x12 Indian Corn paper FOREVER and finally decided to cut into it.
The circle sentiment was cut from another Fall designer paper panel
and the leaves are from a retired (sorry no longer available) Tattered Lace die set.
I've die cut them from white then added TH distress oxide inks to them.
If you haven't checked out our new FOUR SEASONS CHALLENGE BLOG (a monthly seasonal themed challenge) yet, PLEASE pop over and join in the fun. And don't forget our latest challenge blog adventures ... PEACE ON EARTH CHRISTMAS CHALLENGE BLOG (a bi-monthly anything goes Christmas challenge) ... and CAN YOU HANDLE THE PRESSURE (a bi-monthly anything goes using embossing folders + an optional twist). Please be sure to pop over and check 'em out!
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
As always . . .
This turned out so beautifully, perfect timing to cut into that pretty paper as it fits the mood board so well and loving these rich autumn colors!ReplyDelete
I love the warm rich colors of Autumn that you've used on this lovely card, Dar. Your art is always so welcoming. Thanks for ALL you do in the crafting world to make it a happy place. I thank God for you, and I'm blessed to have you in my crafty little world. Have a wonderfully blessed and creative week!ReplyDelete
Your paper couldn't be any more perfect for the challenge and mood board, so bold and beautiful and is the 'star' of the card, so happy you could put it to use!!ReplyDelete
OMGosh, you nailed it again! Perfectly inspired, beautifully colored leaves. That circle of paper you used is from the same group I used on my DD card today. I still have a bit of it. Way back I bought 3 single 12 x 12 sheets, each different but coordinating, and it goes on and on. I'll never in several lifetimes run out of paper. My dad planted popcorn, too. One day we were out picking veggies in the garden and he told me a tall tale about a day it got so hot the corn started popping in the garden. The donkey thought it was snow so he laid down and froze to death. I know... corny.ReplyDelete
Fall does remind me of a bountiful harvest and how fortunate we are to sometimes get together with family. I love the papers and the beauty of your card. [Bunny]ReplyDelete