I'm on the Poppystamps blog today with this reminder to play along with the current challenge: Sweater Weather. Sweater Weather can go in a lot of directions from fall to Christmas and winter. I took one last chance to do a fall card before the unofficial end of fall. Isn't it odd how as a cardmaker, you can make Christmas cards all year round, but autumn cards have a very short window which in my mind ends tomorrow!
I started with the idea of a window and windowsill and then I just started cutting all of my favorite dies including the charming Whittle Forest Squirrel, a Pile of Pumpkins and some Orchard Leaves.
I added some rustic "curtains" and a sparkly yellow glow coming from inside. I walk almost every day and one of the sure signs of fall (besides being able to swear a sweatshirt/sweater) is that it gets dark earlier and the lights in each house glow through the windows. It is such a warm and happy time!
There are many more pictures and details on the Poppystamps blog.
For those who celebrate - have a Happy Thanksgiving!! Eat too much! Nap long! Enjoy the family!!!
Dies: Poppystamps Small Madison Window, Whittle Forest Squirrel, Orchard Leaves, Pile of Pumpkins, Brush Hello, Swaying Birch
Paper: Memory Box Glitzy Glitter, Delicate Pastel Glitter, Woodsy Plaid, Kraft Woodgrain, Cream Woodgrain, Earth Neutral, Sunny Orange
Other: Autumn Fairy Jewels
What an cute scene, right down to those plaid curtains!ReplyDelete
I love Whittles and I love what you've done with these! Such a sweet little scene, perfect for fall and sweater weather! It's DEFINITELY sweater weather (more like coat, hats & glove weather) here in PA!ReplyDelete