Sunday, November 27, 2016

Last of the Fall Leaves

We finally got some color in our leaves.

But they're fading fast.

Some of the leaves have faded to a pink color.

So pretty!


This is a simple card with the Vintage Leaf stamped and watercolored.

A strip of burlap ribbon and an embossed background round it out.

Time to get ready for Christmas!


Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.

Enjoy!




Card Recipe
Stamps:  Vintage Leaves (SU)
Ink:   Rich Razzleberry, Soft Suede (SU)
Paper:   Very Vanilla (SU), Mixed Media (Strathmore)
Other:  Aqua Painter, Leaflets Framelits, Linen Thread (SU), Burlap Ribbon (retired SU)


12 comments:

Maxine D said...

What a great card Bonnie - love the pink leaf, it looks quite realistic.
Blessings
Maxine

JosieD said...

Like how this captures the color of many of the last leaves -- commented to my husband yesterday how vibrant the leaves still are...but not for long. Like the effect of the burlap contrast with the soft embossed b'grd.

Mac Mable said...

Perfect combination of texture, layout and colour, gorgeous card x

Viv's Visuals said...

Loving this pink leaf Bonnie - and the embossing folder is fabulous! Great card as always. x

Daffodil Cards said...

"Simply" Gorgeous.
Faith
x

Sandy said...

So pretty Bonnie - it really looks as if your leaf has been stitched!
Sandy xx

nancy littrell said...

Simply beautiful Fall leaf and background, Bonnie. TFS my friend. Hugs, Nancy

Susan said...

Love the use of the burlap behind the leaf - it adds a nice rustic feel. Perfect embossing folder!

Nancy Stislow said...

Oh my gosh, I love that pink leaf backed in burlap! How lucky to see a pink leaf! This is beautiful, Bonnie!

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Burlap with leaves! You can't go wrong with that. Love the pink leaf.

Loll said...

LOVE the colour of your fall leaf Bonnie ... very pretty. And great texture from the burlap and dry embossed background. Really beautiful card my friend! xx

Donna said...

Love this card, Bonnie.
Such a pretty, pink leaf... and combining it with the burlap is a feast for the eyes.
Job well done, my friend. X