Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Harvest Home

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Kathy's Card
Nonni's Card

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I do love Fall, so combined the Fall Colors challenge at Impression Obsession and Kathy's Pop-Up Line challenge. I loved Kathy's card  & the one Nonni did, so took a gulp & grabbed my brown permanent marker.  I don't draw, but figured even I could draw lines & then use a ruler to darken them.  It was actually fun! Also gave me a chance to use my Copics (R35, YR07, YG63, Y06) & I really like how they look on kraft cardstock.  
The IO stamp (C3537) is perfect for Fall cards & I mounted it with foam tape.  My sweet friend, Cat, gave me the stick pins & I won the Dew Drops at Pixies Snippets Playground. Glad to have a Thanksgiving card ready to mail. Hope my Carmel Cosmos counts as popcorn--so yummy! Thanks for coming by--I always appreciate it.

24 comments:

  1. Love it!
    You are right about knowing places where movie was filmed, I remember when we lived in NYC, on our way to church one morning, we saw some cars and taxi cabs were tossed and turned, and then realized much later that they were filming "I am legend" and those were the movie scene.

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  2. fabulous take on both cards, greta! I think you have this challenge down perfectly!

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  3. This is such a great technique! Love the Fall colors and that song that I'll be humming all evening!

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  4. So very pretty Greta! Great mix of colors!

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  5. Beautiful use of your Copics and I am sure it was relaxing. Your cuts are on the way!

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  6. Warm, pretty and fabulous Greta!! I love fall too, not ready for it of course, but I love it!

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  7. I love your wonderful CASEing of Nonni's and Kathy's cards, Greta! It's really a fun stained-glass look, with your fab coloring so perfect for fall! Hugs, Darnell

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  8. Great casing of Nonni and Kathy's cards. Your colour scheme is really Fall like

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  9. Oh wow!! What a great effect!! Well done to you my friend!

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  10. This looks fabulous Greta and the way you have dressed it, simply incredible !

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  11. These are absolutely gorgeous designs Greta!! The colors looks amazing! :)

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  12. OH, Greta, your graphic design is simply fabulous!
    I love it! You are a true artist.

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  13. This is a very nifty card and a neat technique. I'll bet even I could do that (draw lines with a ruler)!!! Thanks for sharing this inspiring card!

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  14. Such a lovely Thanksgiving card in warm pretty color! Wonderful and interesting lines and the decorative pins are perfect!

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  15. I am going to have to check out that techinque Greta. Your card is fabulously fallish. I will be hoping for cooler weather, heading to visit my Dad and it will be HOT. Glad those pins came in handy. Hugs my friend.

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  16. oh my...you totally rock this fabulous style! You are so amazing and so stinkin' talented!

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  17. I am so impressed with this card! You did a fantastic job with your lines. You would never know this wasn't a cover plate used. The colors blended beautifully. Good for you.

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  18. You totally rock with your self-drawn card, Greta!

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  19. That's a great technique and I really like the colours you have used too Greta. What a lovely sentiment. That was always one of my favourite Harvest time hymns. Barbxx

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  20. Your card is lovely! I love the colors you chose and the markers look great used on kraft. Thanks for the shoutout also! So sweet of you!

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  21. Oh, how beautiful, Greta! I love the autumn color palette with all those great angles and your sentiment is perfect! Love the addition of the stick pins, too!

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  22. Did you say, "caramel'? You've definitely sparked a craving...where's a box of Cracker Jack when you need it? Your autumn-palette card is gorgeous! No wait...make that GORGEOUS!
    Hugs~c

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  23. Another great Pop Up Challenge card.Fabulous embellishments. Hugs, Kathy

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