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Saturday, 17 October 2015

Fall-ing

FallY'all; One layer autumn

I know it's autumn in the northern hemisphere, but we are just in spring! That makes is very hard to think 'autumn' when we are just longing for warmth and sun and blossom.

I was thinking about this and relating it to the sentiment.  Just imagine what the life of a leaf is like: springing out of a branch as a tiny dot, stretching and growing and spreading out into a big, grownup leaf.  Dancing around in the sunshine and breezes, maybe conversing with a visiting bird or butterfly, having a shower on dry, thirsty days in summer.  Then in autumn, changing into your vibrant coloured coat ready to wave goodbye in a clear sky and stiff breeze, knowing your coat isn't enough to keep you warm through the winter, but leaving behind the bud promise of another leaf in the spring. 

Kaiser antique gold spray.  Leaf clear stamps, stamped using both sides, distress inks.  Sentiment stamp.  Gold pen border handdrawn.

OOOhhhh I love getting inky.







shared on:

http://cagichallenge.blogspot.ca/2015/10/happy-fall-yall.html

http://simplylessismoore.blogspot.co.uk/2015/10/week-245.html

5 comments:

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Another beautiful entry to our autumn one layer challenge.
Fabulous stamping and spritzing and thanks for playing along at Less is More
Sarah x

Neets B said...

Great use of both sides of your stamps, and I love the spritzing. Fab hand drawn border too.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
Less is More

Meighan Wheller said...

Love your card. A CAS design and perfect for our challenge at Come and Get It. The splatter of ink is a great touch too! Thanks for sharing with us, we hope you will join us again soon. Meighan DT

Chrissie said...

Another super entry to our autumn challenge
This is also fabulous, I love all those splodges!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Anne said...

I'm catching up on my commenting after my hols, sorry to be so late!
Autumn loveliness and that hand drawn border looks fab
Thank you for joining us
Anne
"Less is More"