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Sunday, 12 September 2010

Colours of Autumn

This is my first attempt at brayering - well, the first that I'm prepared to let anyone else see, lol. First of all I masked off the area to leave a rectangle and then used Big and Juice Mountain Meadow ink pad, staying up the yellow and red area. I then overstamped in Archival Ink with the Poppy stamp from Clarity Stamps. I cut the corners on the Silhouette and then just matted and layered with matching Bazzil card. Sentiment stamp from Woodware. It's a pretty simple card and undecided as to what to do next, my daughter said, sometimes less is best!


I'm entering this in the Allsorts Challenge Blog for Colours of Autumn. I'm sad to think Summer is nearly over but I am looking forward to Autumn with the lovely autumn colours and long walks in the countryside, falling leaves, bare trees and the wonderful sunsets .
(Apologies for the odd little black spots -think my scanner must need a clean!)

3 comments:

chris said...

Sue its so STUNNINGLY GORGEOUS and in this case i think less is more as its PERFECT.
hugs chris xx great to see you yesterday.

brenda said...

Hi Sue

What a gorgeous card. Love how you have stamped that lovely poppy centrally and totally uncluttered making it a super focal point.

Thank you for joining in my Colours of Autumn theme at Allsorts this week and good luck.

B x

Our suster challenge is looking for new DT members http://pennyblackatallsorts.blogspot.com/

Fleur said...

What a beautiful card, your brayering is perfect & such a pretty image
Thanks for joining the challenge at ALLSORTS this week, Good Luck
Hugz Fleur xXx