Could there be anything more beautiful than the colors of Fall? Okay, those Springtime greens are pretty hard to beat! But, when you live in the land of Maple trees, shades of orange abound!
The muted, grayed-down shades of this week's Inspired By photo make my heart go pitter-patter! and so does white china!
TCP This Could be Vodka dies, and Altenew Beautiful Day stamps and dies
Rusty Hinge, and Hickory Smoke distress inks imperfectly smooshed onto a panel of water color cardstock set a wonderful table-scape for my little cups, and bowl. The same inks were used to water color those little sprigs of fall foliage.
What will you be Inspired By this week?
Michele, this is simply gorgeous!
The white is striking with the fall colors.....beautiful!
Gorgeous take on the inspiration photo, Michele!!! Love it!
Oh my word...this is STUNNING.
THUUUUD! That's all, just THUUUUD!
Oh wow, this is wonderful! What a beauty, Jo x
Goodness--so stunning! LOVE the clean white with those gorgeous colors!
How beautiful, I just love how you have used these colours and the vellum was genius!
Your card is gorgeous and I’m lovin’ that bg!
This makes my heart happy! What a pretty card Michele. The background colors are wonderful and let those pretty little white cups shine!
I love how you played with the color palette, Michele...and your white china is so elegant! Another really fabulous card!
Fantastic take on the inspiration photo with elegance, Michele! The white cups beautifully pop against Rusty Hinge & Hickory Smoke smooshed background! I love that you used vellum for the die-cut flower design cup. It's so pretty and adds so much interest. Hideko xx
Golly, this is beautiful, Michele. The colors are perfect for fall and evoke a warm and cozy feel. The gray hemp is a wonderful addition. Happy sigh!
Such a fantastic background--the perfect setting for your display of cups and floral spray! Love this!
This is such a pretty card, Michele. Love it! Thanks for the inspiration.
Wow! What a gorgeous, beautifully put together, Autumnal creation! I am in love with your rendition of a sweet Fall creation! hugs, de
What a stunner, Michele ... in every little detailed way! I'm thinking that tiny floral bowl must be porcelaine rather than china, given it's wonderful translucence! Hugs, Anita :)
This has to be one of my favorites, Michele. Your smooshing is flabbergasting. (I'm trying out some new adjectives LOL)
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