Sunday, 4 October 2015

Fall in for our latest challenge at Stamping Sensations!

I can't say that autumn is my favourite season of the year (mainly because it's followed by winter!) but it does have aspects that I appreciate, including the misty mornings and mellow fruitfulness. Most of all, though, I like the colours. It's quite strange, as normally I prefer the cooler shades: blues, purples and greens. I think it is the combination of the autumn hues which appeals to me. So this month's theme at Stamping Sensations is right up my street, as it is

qti   AUTUMN COLOURS  tq s

Naturally you can interpret this in any way you like, as long as we can see some stamping as the main element of your project, along with typical autumn shades of green, yellow, orange, brown and red.

Our fab sponsor for October is Foil Play, who have a massive selection of products for card making and crafts, and they have very generously donated a £35 voucher for the lucky winner to spend in their online shop.

The main image on my card is the gorgeous Year Of Stamping Issue 9 - September stamp from Chocolate Baroque.

 I coloured the poppy pods with pencils (for some reason the colours are much brighter in real life than they appear on the photo) and added just a little colour at the top and bottom behind them to give a bit of depth to the background. I used Promarkers on the butterfly to make it stand out. The large poppy pod stamp is also by Chocolate Baroque and the sentiment is by Inkylicious. Leaves die by Cheery Lynn, and the background paper is from the Autumn Song Collection by Bo Bunny. Real poppy pod tops from my garden.

You'll find plenty of autumn inspiration over on the Stamping Sensations Challenge Blog, and my teamies would love it if you would visit their individual blogs too, where you will find all the details of how they created their beautiful projects. I look forward to seeing yours!

12 comments:

brenda said...

For the same reasons as you Autumn is not my favourite season Lynne, but the colours of the season are beautiful. And you have captured them perfectly in your pretty card.

Hope you have a good Sunday.

B x

Dora said...

such a beautiful colours. Beautiful whole!!

Sally H said...

Stunning card, Lynne! I love it! I must get mine inked up and have a play. Thanks again for getting it for me x

Maxine D said...

What a beautiful card Lynne - love your use of colour and the images are hauntingly beautiful the way you have used them
Blessings
Maxine

Eret said...

Lynne, your card is fabulous. Blue matting layers makes the Autumn colors shine. Love the real poppy pod tops as an embellishments. They are perfect for your beautiful card.
Eret x

Viv's Visuals said...

Lovely card Lynne.. and using one of my fave poppy head stamps too!

pinky said...

Gorgeous card Lynne. I love the addition of that beautiful shade of blue, its makes the whole lot just pop off the card.

Tracy said...

Fabulous creation Lynne. Great design too.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

cebelica said...

I'm not crazy about autumn either, but mainly because we get lots of rainy and foggy days. But the colours are beautiful. And I really like how you added all of those shades of orange, green etc. on your card. I looks amazing! xx

LesleyG said...

Gorgeous card, love all the elements, from the inking to the poppy tops. I like autumn, and winter is an excuse to hibernate in my craft room ! Xxx

Team Clark said...

Beautiful design so full of pretty elements. :)

craftimamma said...

Stunning card Lynne! You already know I love Chocolate Baroque stamps and as always, you have used them beautifully. I have the same problem with photos when using pencils to colour.... It was lovely to see you and Sally on Sunday but I'm miffed with myself over your lost card. I still can't find it and bet it comes to light when I stop looking!

I just realised a card I'm about to blog fits the challenge so I'm off to link up!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

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