Saturday, September 21, 2019

Autumn On The Farm

Hi, Janja is here with you.
A little more, and autumn will come. This is the richest time of the year, enchanting us with beautiful autumn colors, juicy fruits and vegetables.
I tried to capture some of this on a card I share with you today.

CottageCutz dies - Lucky Leprechaun, Hats, Glasses & Mustaches, Old Farm Fence, Cornucopia, Ivy, Carrot Patch Bunny
- white card base: 5.3 x 5.3" (13,5 x 13,5 cm), folded
- patterned paper: 5 x 5" (12,7 x 13,7 cm)
- colored cardstock
- corrugated kraft cardstock
- colored ink pads
- watercolor brush
- glue, double-sided adhesive tape, self-adhesive foam pads
Cut out the central motif with Lucky Leprechaun die and add a mustache.

Now cut out the various autumn crops.

Cut ivy from watercolor paper. I colored ivy with Distress Inks, brush and water.

Prepare a card base and trim a patterned paper. From corrugated kraft cardstock cut a frame and a fence. The outer edge of the frame is the same size as the card base.

First, attach a pattern paper and frame to the front of the card. Then paste the central motif, a fence and ivy. Finally, fill the bottom of the card with all the vegetables and fruits.

Have a nice day.


Pam MacKay said...

So creative and awesome! Love your card!

Mary Marsh said...

This is so cute- love the leprechaun in the autumn garden- creative use of all the dies

Sukie said...

Very cute! Such a great way to incorporate all of those wonderful dies!

Jeanne said...

Great job combining all the dies - very creative!