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Tuesday, October 30, 2012


Finally I have entry for Craft A Scene. Nothing like waiting for the last day.
To be honest, this has been on my desk for a bit now. I really want to make my scene cards closer to my other cards ya know more shape and embellishments. I've seen others I really like and that is my goal for the next one. I think I've figured out I doing this backward. I need to plan the card and shape then fit the scene into it.
That's the plan for next one ... I've seen some wonderful cards out there with scenes if anyone can help give some hints I'd love to hear them.
On to the stamps I used all Stampscapes
188F Rocky Peaks, 214G Autumn Bank (right), 106G Cloud with Moon lg, 279F Pond, 266D Tree Cluster sm, and 244E Tree Cluster.
Stamped in Memento Black and colored with PanPastels.
Thanks for stopping by.


Patti P. said...

Colleen, this is beautiful...no embellishments needed. Those beautiful mountains speak for themselves. Good luck on your new style though, you can do it!

NancyD said...

This is perfect Colleen! I love the purple mountains and the trees almost turning to fall. Great job and thanks for joining us this month at Craft a Scene. NancyD

Theresa said...

Great scene. Colleen! Think this perfect as is. Love those stamps. Good luck on the challenge.

Selma said...

This is so beautiful.

MaggieC said...

Lovely card, Colleen. I think the way you have used different coloured trees really adds to the autumnal feel. Thank you for joining in with Craft A Scene this month. xx Maggie

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

U Go Girlie! Glad you got this beauty posted!

Deanna said...

Colleen, you created such a lovely scene.Love the fall colors and the mountains are gorgeous. Your scene is perfect with no embellishment~hugs Deanna

brenda said...

Gorgeous atmosphere on those mountains Colleen, thanks so much for sharing with us at Craft a Scene challenge this month.

B x

Dora said...

beautiful scene.
I find the colours yiu have used so nice. also the misty clouds around the mountains. super!
thank you for joinig at craft a scene this month

The Other Patti Sue said...

Your scene cards are always beautiful! I don't know how you do it!