Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Midweek throwdown: Autumn card


It is about 101 here in Arlington, VA today so it's nice to think about autumn! I didn't save the name of my PP, sorry! I used the Argyle embossing folder on the deep orange paper. I decided to draw a little picture of leaves and acorns. I colored it with Prismacolor pencils and put little dots around the edge with a gold pen to kind of look pierced.
Think cool!

11 comments:

Paula said...

Very nice combination of textures in this card. Love the tree paper and the buttons too!

Jan Hunnicutt said...

Ohhh, this is so nice! How neat you can draw your own images to color, wow ;) I've been enjoying making fall and Christmas cards in the heat of summer too. Makes me feel just a little cooler here in Arizona. Thanks for playing along with us again this week at Operation Write Home!

Susan said...

very nice card

Yolanda said...

Beautiful! I like that tree paper.

*CAFE said...

Oh..so pretty!!!

helloholley said...

Hi Sherry!!! this is a beautiful card!!! Hope you are doing good!!! Stay cool ;)

Anonymous said...

Very good. I like how the designs and their colors all blend so nicely with each other.

Dixie Cochran said...

I like everything about this card! Your acorns and leaves are great!

Carolina Girl said...

The green acorns are unusual, but that's the color they are before they change...that's what makes this card so cool.!!

Marianne said...

Sherry,
You did a wonderful job of drawing. The card is great.

jayne said...

Your card is wonderful! Your hand-drawn leaves and acorn look great. The pp you used is one of my favorites; I think it is Imaginisce. Great job!