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Thursday, October 14, 2010

Fall is really here. It is getting colder and I can see the beginnings of the colors on the leaves of the trees around here. This weekend we leave to spend some time in the Poconos and I am hoping the rain that is forecast for the week won't be so much that we can't spend time walking and enjoying the lake at the resort.
Now that there is a chill in the air, I am getting the urge to start some holiday cards. This is the first of my Thanksgiving cards. I think something is off, but I can't put my finger on it. I probably will re-work this one, but I like these colors. The sentiment is a 2005 SU stamp, but I don't know the name. Thanks for visiting my blog.


Supplies:
Stamps-Autumn Harvest from Stampin' Up!
Card stock SU's More Mustard, Very Vanilla, and Basic Black
Ink. Basic Black and Early Expresso
Ribbon: 1 1/4 inch Striped Grosgrain from Stampin' Up!
SU's Natural Hemp Twine
Pumpkins colored with Prisma Pencils and Gamsol

5 comments:

The Mama Monkey said...

Gorgeous coloring!! And I don't know what could be off...it is perfect to me! Have a fun vacation!

gale said...

Wow, gorgeous card! Great coloring on those pumpkins and gourds.

Jenn Embry said...

Beautiful! What a perfect Fall card. Great job. Love the coloring.

Dee in N.H. said...

Looks perfect to me too! Love the colors you chose and the layout is fantastic.

Traci said...

Love the pumpkin image! Great job coloring. I really like that black and expresso together.