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Thursday, October 14, 2010

Seasons Change

Fall arrived with a chip on it's shoulder here in Colorado.  After an unseasonably warm September where temperatures stayed in the 80's and even some 90's, the wind blew ferociously one morning as if to exact vengeance for having been held at bay for so long.  Today's card is a celebration of Fall and friendship.  It is part of the following challenges:

Mojo Monday Sketch #160
Heart to Heart - Leaves and Trees
OWH Midweek Throwdown - crackled glass technique

The entire card was created using the new "Olivia Workshop" by CTMH with the exception of the New England Ivy cardstock, clear embossing powder, and ribbon (but are all still CTMH supplies.)  To create the leaves, I sponged with small daubers in Spring Leaf, Vineyard Berry, Sorbet, and Cocoa.

The entire sentiment reads:  Seasons Change, but our friendship remains the same.

Until next time,


  1. What a beautiful card Becca! You did a great job with the cracked glass tutorial, thanks for playing along with us at Operation Write Home!

  2. What a beautiful card with a fine art feel to it. It caught my eye out of all the entries. I love your color scheme and use of different layer and textures. Nice work!

  3. I wondered if that was the cracked glass tutorial showing up. Super cool card.

  4. Beautiful card, you did an excellent job with the cracked glass technique. Those colors are so rich and vibrant! I am so glad you played along at H2H this week!

  5. Oooh, this is so gorgeous. So many layers & textures and that cracked glass effect is outstanding!

  6. Gorgeous - the colors are so rich and warm and definitely says "Fall". Thanks for playing along with H2H!

  7. This card is beautiful. I love those fall colors.

  8. All I can say is WOOOOOOW...just beautiful!

  9. WOW! Fabulous card. The colors are so rich. Love that technique, too.

  10. Beautiful, I love the colours. Thanks for sharing with us on Heart 2 Heart Challenges.


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