Friday, 2 October 2015

Muse 135, TO41 - Autumn Thank you!


This is my card for this week's Muse Challenge where Tracey has given us this fall-warm-up card!



I'm also linking up to the current Time Out Autumn challenge.

I focused on Tracey's:
-layout
-colour scheme
-sponging
-stitched leaf (mine are LawnFawn)
-sentiment with text and script (mine is Dark Room Door).

I used Paper Smooches' stitching die on my aqua and dark brown strips.

14 comments:

sandie said...

What gorgeous rich colours on the leaves and I do like you went with a grey base. Fab take on Tracey's card and so good to see you at TO again x

!neke said...

Autumn colors , wow , love it !
Ineke x

Aileen (mum) said...

Wow beautiful colours, love this.

Jacquie Southas said...

Love your inked leaves, Ardyth!

Lindsey said...

This is beautiful! Of course I like that your leaves are true-to-nature coloured. That pop of blue is great, too!

Anita in France said...

Those beautiful sponged leaves have such a gorgeous glow, Ardyth ... they're fabulous against the slender strips of rich brown and bright blue! Wonderful to have you playing along with us at Time Out, mon amie! Hugs & bisous, Anita :)

Bobby said...

I love what you've done with Tracey's inspiration, Ardyth. I need to practice seeing things in a different way, maybe by breaking it down like you do.

Linda said...

Beautifully sponged leaves, Ardyth.

Geri said...

Love the blue and brown strips that anchor the GORGEOUS sponged leaves on this CAS beauty!

Shona Chambers said...

The grey card base with those autumn coloured leaves looks incredible and the pop of aqua is brilliant!! Always so excited to see you at TIME OUT!

Nonni said...

Oh my, what colours! So beautiful. I love the layout too. Thank you for taking TIME OUT and joining our challenge!

Marybeth said...

The leaves look gorgeous,Ardyth! Loving the bit of Aqua !!!!

foleysfriend said...

I love your interpretation of Tracey's card. The love how it's not a "literal case" of the card but a starting point for your own inspiration and creativity. I need to try to do that more (I don't think that side of my brain is working though!).

Joan B said...

those leaves are amazing. would love to know how you make so many great cards every week!