Friday, September 30, 2011

CR84FN39 Color Challenge

Hi friends!
This week at CR84FN they are asking us to play with these colors...


Make your project with
Orange, Yellow and Brown as the main colors! Here is my try...


Ivory cardstock is my base with 
dark brown cardstock for the base mat. On top of that are layers of My Mind's Eye Lost & Found Two- Sunshine "Lovely" and "Memories" and Breeze "Everywhere" plus Imaginisce Happy Harvest "Dancing Leaves". I did some machine stitching and distressing with Walnut Stain Distress Ink. 


I Am Roses and
Recollections flowers, a doily from sweet Deb Hickman and a Maya Road Leaf Trinket Pin.


Teresa Collins Haunted
Hallows Rhinestones, a pumpkin and ribbon scrap from my stash, Spellbinder's Large Scalloped Ovals die, TPC Studio Autumn Harvest Stamp Set, 3-D foam adhesive squares.
Thanks for the visit... I appreciate you!

8 comments:

Ros said...

Absolutely beautiful ... such a lovely fall card

Marie said...

Linda, your Autumn card is simply beautiful. Thanks for playing along at CR84FN.

June Houck said...

I absolutely love this!!! When I saw the inspiration picture, I thought , "Wow…what will Linda do with this?" Then I scrolled down and saw that gorgeous pumpkin, yellow stripe paper, and your perfect flowers…
That MME2 Sunshine is next on my wish list…I just got the MME L&F Christmas, but I can't bear to cut that beautiful glittery paper just yet ;)

Mona L. Pendleton said...

What a wonderful fall card! The ribbon treatment looks so fancy! thanks for playing with CR84FN :)

Linda R. said...

What a beautiful card!! So glad fall is here. I love this season..

Thanks so much for you kind comment on my glue book.. I can't wait to see if you give it a try..
Its a great way to put some vintage photos in a book!!

Hugs, Linda

Debgem said...

Just lovely - I like the stitched panels and the pumpkin is super. Love the flowers too! Thanks for playing along with CR84FN!

Davi said...

So beautiful Linda, the pumpkin looks so real and the flowers are lovely!!

Colleen Dietrich said...

OH, this pumpkin is fantastic! It's big and fat and vintage looking, and looks great amid all these papers.

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