Sunday, October 6, 2013

TSTR186, SS279 & 4189 ~ Burlap and Pumpkin ~

Good morning!  The weather is starting off a bit wet in the Bluegrass state but a cool down is on the horizon!  I love crisp Fall air!  We took a family drive yesterday to the Outer Knobs of the Bluegrass and found a few colors.  Sumac seems to be the overachiever changing to a bright red in most areas here.  I love the beautiful shades that take over the landscape this time of year. 
The pumpkins stands, foddershocks and cheery scarecrows waving hello, make me smile!  And speaking of smiling, I am pleased as punch to share another fun card today.  And yes, I am taking a break from Christmas themed projects!  So here it is, incorporating a few challenges this week...
I used a burlap square (slightly unraveled) as the base for my image.  I used my trusty Copics again to give this pumpkin and mum scene a glow!  I added a jute bow for interest. 
Here's the products I used all from Our Daily Bread Designs

And the challenges...
The Shabby Tea Room - TSTR186 - Oh My Pumpkin
Sketch Saturday - SS279
Splitcoast - F4A189 - Autumn Textures


Rosemary said...

gorgeous fall card, lori... sounds like fall is in full swing in your corner of the world!!

Kristie said...

Very pretty card! I <3 fall!

Debra Miller said...

I just got this stamp - can't wait to color it! Beautiful card Lori! The burlap is a great touch. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Sketch Saturday! Hugs, Deb

Lizy Bartaby said...

A beautiful card Lori! I love the natural look with the burlap and the twine :)
Great interpretation of my sketch too! :)
Thanks for joining in at Sketch Saturday this week :)
Lizy xx

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

This is beautiful Lori!! Love your coloring and the added burlap!!

Tam said...

nice card