Good morning ~ I'm popping in with a card I made for the PTI Make-it Monday Challenge, creating ombre watercolored backgrounds. This technique was easy and fun and definitely one I'll use again.
This wasn't intended to go in the direction of a fall card, but I pulled out Lemon Tart, Bright Buttercup and Summer Sunrise for my background and when I was finished with it, it just looked like it was made for a fall card. So there you go!
I used leaves from Embellished Elegance for the background and then stamped on the Autumn Beautiful Berries, because it had yet to see ink. The sentiment was heat embossed in copper, though it was hard to get a good photo because of the light I use when photographing my cards. I added a Kind of Corny Indian Corn to the bottom.
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Very pretty, Birgit!!ReplyDelete
I love your background colors, they are so pretty and vibrant! I am giving this a try right now! You all have inspired me!! Have a wonderful weekend, heart hugs, ColReplyDelete
This is BEAUTIFUL Birgit!! I LOVE your background colors and the copper embossing is the perfect fit for your fall themed card! Isn't it funny how you start out in one direction but the card takes on a direction all it's own that you hadn't planned on sometimes?! The berries and Indian corn were perfect additions also to this lovely, lovely card my friend!! :0)ReplyDelete
What a colorful Fall card with your beautiful ombré backdrop, Birgit! I’m eager to try this again using other color trios and Stamp sets as the possibilities look endless now.ReplyDelete
Oh, YES, Birgit, I love this! The colors you chose for your gorgeous card are a perfect combination for fall. I love the addition of the bright berries - wonderful stamping in every way!ReplyDelete
It makes for a beautiful fall card, always good to be ready for any holiday or season :) I am a bit partial to fall colors myself :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful Fall colors and card, Birgit.ReplyDelete
This card has so much warmth, it's just beautiful!ReplyDelete