Monday, September 28, 2009

Papertrey Pumpkins!

I just love the vintage picnic set from Papertrey and now is the perfect time to use the pumpkins in the basket! Must be a huge basket! My card base is So Saffron stamped in Mustard with the Paisley background from SU. The edges are sponged with Soft Suede. The sp is from Autumn Leaves by Papertrey Ink and the other card stock colors are pumpkin pie and Soft Suede.

I colored the image with my copics and used the following colors.
Pumpkins: Y17, YR15, YR16, YR18 and E08, blended with YR0000
Leaves YG91, YG93, YG97
Basket: E33, E35, E37 and blended with E0000
Today is Totally Stampalicious Monday and the challenge is to make a manly card! Mine isn't done, but hopefully will be tonight for posting soon!
Here are the details straight from Totally Stampalicious.
Thanks so much for visiting! I've been working on coloring, but don't seem able to complete the cards! Have to get my saved sketches out to give me the necessary push!
More posts this week! I hope!
Anyway, thanks for checking in!


Barb Hardeman said...

Oh, how warm and inviting your pumpkins look if their pretty basket. Your dp is just perfect with the image. The sponging is wonderful and really showcases the pumpkins. Beautiful card, Cheryl.

Carolyn said...

Just beautiful Cheryl. I love this stamp set. I use it all the time.
Hugs xx

Jane Wetzel said...

just stunning Cheryl...

Kim said...

Cheryl what a beautiful card! Amazing coloring and love the background you have created! Wonderful work!
Hugs~ Kim

dolcreations said...

This is one of my favourite stamp sets that papertrey has! I use it so much! You have done such a beautiful job on your card! Man...I wish I could colour like you!

Jacqueline's Weblog said...

Great card, really stylish!
Hugs Jacqueline

April Rose said...

This is a beautiful card--love the colors, layout and punch. Gorgeous coloring of the pumpkins and basket!

Tanya said...

What a beautiful card. Your colouring is outstanding.

Lisa Kind said...

I know how you love your baskets, and you are so right...this one must be huge to hold all those pumpkins! This is lovely!


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