I know, I know but I couldn't help myself.
I seemed to be on a bit of a roll today so I just haven't stopped. And, considering it is Spring here I am actually loving these "Autumn" challenges.
I'm very lucky where I live as we only really get about 6 weeks of winter per year. Autumn isn't really a season you see in the northern parts of Australia. When I lived in the southern part of the country, the change of season into Autumn was just amazing. I do miss that but not the cold lol. We really only get Spring and Summer here.
I wanted to enter CASual Fridays challenge so this is what I came up with -
I have used my new set from Inspired by Stamping. I have stamped onto Watercolour paper. Masking the first pumpkin with a post-it note, I then stamped the other two. Using my Stampin' Markers (So Saffron, More Mustard & Pumpkin Pie) and a blender pen I have coloured pretty 'hard' onto the paper to give the pumpkins that roughish look. I then used Glossy Accents all over them to give them a bit of shine. I cut them out then popped them up onto foam squares. The autumn leaves are also on foam squares. The cardstock I have used are Basic Black and Very Vanilla. The sentiment is from my Loads of Love Accessory set.
Thanks for looking xx
Such a very autumn card... could be a framable. So beautifully coloured. Love the leaves as well.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful card. I saw it when I was uploading mine for the challenge and just had to comment.ReplyDelete
This is beautiful! I love the coloring on your pumpkins and the leaves added along the bottom! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CAS-ual Fridays this week!ReplyDelete
Perfect autumn card! I love the technique you used to get the rich color.ReplyDelete
Love the stylised pumpkins Kylie and could really do with living somewhere that doesn't get winter! Vicky xReplyDelete
Pretty pumpkins nestled in the fallen leaves!ReplyDelete
Awesome shading on the pumpkins..they really pop off the card :0)ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your creativity with us this week at CASual Fridays :0)
I can't believe this was done with blender pen. WOW. It's gorgeous. I'm delighted you joined us this week at CAS-ual Fridays:)ReplyDelete