Monday, 23 September 2013

Indian Summer

Can you feel autumn in the air in your corner of the world?

I thought I could show you a piece of mine in some warm autumn-ish colors with a photo that I'm very fond of.

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This work was created especially for Sizzix on one of my Sunrise Sunset papers, a touch of Mechanicals here and there and also with my new stamps and obligatory tea splashes. ;)

Something warm, light and simple yet very mixed-media. All my favorite ingredients put together.

Happy autumn, everyone!

17 comments:

Aurelie said...

This is absolutely gorgeous work, as usual! Inpirational for SURE!!

mariemily said...

Love it, it is beautiful!

Sandra said...

Love the colours, not the ones I normally reach for, they look gorgeous with your photo.

ลngεŁล said...

Amazing!!!! hugs

Svjetlana said...

Gorgeous page

Peggy Oliver said...

Awesome, love the colors and YES not only can I feel it , I can smell it and it is the most wonderful time of year!!

Debi said...

gorgeously feminine love it!!

Redanne said...

Love the new wstamps and the gorgeous autumnal colours in the layout - wonderful!

Debbie L Gregory said...

Great autumn colors, and love the sunrise collection as well as the new stamps,metal, stencils, journal, uhmmm, well EVERYTHING! :)

Riikka Kovasin said...

So gorgeous! <3

Danielle Champagne said...

Wonderful autumn colors! love all the decorative elements. Very pretty!

Thuria said...

I love your LO! So beautiful!

dekobzdety said...

Nie przepadam za jesienia, ale Twoje LO zaczyna przekonywac mnie do tej pory roku. :)

knitter99 said...

I supper love this paper & had to buy as much as my wallet could afford. Fantastic colors, elements & most of all great job with adding stick pins in the layout. Thank you so much for your inspiration & working with Prima.

Wilma Voermans said...

Love this LO, colors are so great and the whole page has a great atmosphere!

Sandra said...

Hi again Finn, just wanted to let you know I posted a link to this post on my own blog as people were asking about the paper I'd used. I finally tried the orange colours and loved them.
http://kiandra-kreations.blogspot.com.au/2013/10/background-paper-in-previous-post.html

Lisa Fulmer said...

We featured and linked to this post on Craft Foxes today - many thanks for letting us share your fabulous creativity with our readers! http://www.craftfoxes.com/blog/unconventional-scrapbooking-materials