Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Harvest Moon

Hello!

The days are getting shorter, the mornings are cooler (boo to scraping my windshield!), and the trees are once again putting their colors on display.  Fall is definitely here and just like that the landscape of my craft room changes as well.  The flower image stamps get pushed to the back of the shelf for images of leaves, trees, and acorns to be closer at hand, as do all my rich autumn colored ink pads.  It is without doubt the prettiest time of the year in my books and provides such inspiration I can't decide what to work on first!

I was in the mood for a good ole 'burning up the sky' sunset when I made this card.  It's been awhile since I created a landscape scene; and this one couldn't have been more simple to create!  A little masking and embossing, only 4 colors of ink, and one main image stamp.  I hope you like it!

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3 comments:

Donna said...

Oh my, what a gorgeous card!! Absolutely beautiful. You say "easy", I say "how in the world did you create it? I've been looking at your creativity, and must say bravo young lady.
If you can find time, do you think you could publish a little tutorial for those of us that are craft disabled?? :) Thank you for sharing this stunning card.

Donna said...

This card is so beautiful! I can't get over how realistic it looks, the colors are fabulous!

Thank you for sharing!

Beth Norman said...

Beautifully done. I agree with Donna. I'd love a tutorial. You are so talented and I enjoy each and every post. I guess I'm one of those silent stalkers.

Beth
http://sunflowers-dragonflies.ca/blog

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