Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Twisted Thursday has a pumpkin challenge

Autumn Wishes 2012

The images I used for the Outlawz Twisted Thursday challenge are from Anne Fenton, she is a very talented artist and she has donated the images so we would have them for our challenge. Not all of the design team remembered she was going to do that but all of the girls created some fantastic cards that all have pumpkins on them so if you can stop by and check them out. Our twist for this challenge is to make a card with pumpkins. On my first card I used the die cut from Memory Box called Twirling Frame.  My sentiment is from Digital Delight. As far as the ski used a template and brilliance ink color sky blue. Added some cheese cloth to the background.  I finally got to use my acorns I got at Hobby Lobby in clearance. If you would like to stop by Anne blog and thank her for the images here is the link that will take you to her blog.

Autumn Wishes inside 2012

On the inside added the Memory Box die savannah border. Blank space for a message or a added sentiment.

Autumn Wishes markers

Copic markers used to color the image.

Autumn Wishes close up
Here is the close up.

2012

This is a tree in my front yard, it is so pretty, not for long it has been so windy.

Tree in back 2012

Here is a tree in my back yard, love how the green is turning to yellow.

Image009 Anne Fenton

 

This is Anne Fenton image, I used on my first card and if you would like it just right click and as copy as.

Image010 Anne Fenton

This is Anne Fenton image, I used on my second card and if you would like it just right click and as copy as.

Havrest Blessing 2012

I do have to say this image is one of my favorites ones. The sentiment is from Digital Delight. Ribbon is from my stash. The paper is from Cloud 9 designs. Add 3 lime green metal dots.

Harvest Blessing inside 2012

For the inside, added some Cloud 9 designs paper, Memory Box die savannah border and some ribbon. The blank space for a message or a added sentiment.

Harvest Blessing markers

Copic markers used to color the image.

Harvest Blessing close up

 

Let me know if you use one of the images, I would love to stop by and see how your card turned out. Thanks for me for stopping by. Have a wonderful week.

PATRICIA ST MARTIN - SIGNATURE

12 comments:

Penny said...

Patricia, these are two beautiful cards! Love the scene and coloring on both of them. (Love Anne's images, too!) Love the die cut and embellies on the first. Love the paper and design on the second! :^)
Hugs, Penny
P.S. You have such beautiful, huge trees!

Jacqui's little piece of England said...

Two lovely cards Patricia love your colours and those dies go so well

jacqui x

Marie-Louise said...

Patricia - these are just gorgeous.

Roxann said...

You have certainly done Anne's digis proud! These cards are just delicious! Love how you finish off the insides of all of your cards.

Ciao!
Roxann

Anne Temple said...

Both cards are so beautiful and colorful. I'm partial to the second image though.

Sandy said...

I love Autumn colors and your gorgeous cards certainly show the vivid oranges and golds. Your sky in the first card is magnificent - love it!!!
Sandy

Linda W. said...

Just gorgeous Pat! Could I ask you where you got that lovely border frame die???

Linda Palmer said...

Pat, these are gorgeous images and thanks for sharing. I love how you have colored the images, both are gorgeous and so is the tree in your yard. So beautiful.

Karon said...

Two wonderous cards - love the colours - love Autumn.

http://karonskraftykorner.blogspot.ca/

Shelby said...

Your coloring looks awesome on both of these cards. The depth and dimension you've created with your shading and highlighting is perfect.

Shelby

ERICA said...

Wonderful! I love them both. I really like the idea of decorating the inside of the cards... I've never done that. I'm also joining the Outlawz pumpkin challenge this week... I just have to get my card posted!

Payne Holler Cards said...

Your cards are so fabulous! Fell in love with them over at the Outlawz! Coloring is really perfection ....I think these are Anne's best images yet!