Thursday, 6 October 2011

I think my Mojo is back!

I've had a funny old week so far. It has been very busy and I haven't really sat down at my Craft table until this evening. This afternoon I went to a funeral and got there rather early, thinking it would take a good half an hour from work, when it was about fifteen minutes. I drove past some beautiful woodland and parked by some silver birches. Just sitting in the car and enjoying the colours gave me a real sense of peace. Glad I stayed in the car though as it was freezing when I got out - definitely Autumnal! This evening I have given myself time to craft and come up with this.
Stamps - Inkylicious
Inks - Adirondack dye
Technique - ink dusters
plus white gel pen

I wasn't sure if it needed anything else, like a sentiment top left. I even tried some punched leaves down the right hand edge, but in the end I left it just as it was.
There seem to be lots of Autumn themed challenges at the moment. I'm entering this card into:
Moving along with the times - Autumn leaves
Stamptacular Sunday - Photo inspiration
Thanks for looking!

24 comments:

  1. this is gorgeous!!!! I really like those trees behind the water, thank you for joining our challenge at Stamptacular Sunday, hugs, martina

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  2. Ooh, that's lovely, Sally. A one liner wouldn't hurt but it's gorgeous as it is and you can always put your verse on the inside.... love the colours and glad you got that little bit of peace. Nothing like nature to calm you x

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  3. Glad you found some time to chill even if it was waiting to go to a funeral:( Loving your gorgeous card Sally. I wish I could do stuff like this but I just don't know where to start!

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  4. Your "chill time" paid off - this is beautiful! Ruth x

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  5. Beautiful interpretation of our inspiration photo! Thanks for joining us at Stamptacular Sunday! Marcy K.

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  6. what a beautifully peaceful and serene scene - definately doesnt need anythng else.

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  7. You really have been inspired Sally. I think we all need time to smell the roses (as it were!) Vx

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  8. whata beautiful scene you created - so peaceful and calming ... and gorgeous colours
    Thanks for joining us at MAWTT this week
    Lisa x

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  9. Mr M certainly seems to be back in action Sally, absolutely beautiful colours.

    B x

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  10. Hi Sally this is gorgeous! I love the moon on the water effect your have created. The colours are sumptuous.
    x

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  11. WOW this is super what a great card, it looks great, thanks for playing along on MAWTT this week Hazelxox

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  12. WOW!! This is perfect just as it is Sally. I'm so glad you're quiet moment in the car inspired you to make this. xx

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  13. Sally, this is beautiful. I'm glad that you didn't add anything else because this is perfect as it is. The scene is wonderful - I love the peace and calm that it shows. Very very beautiful.

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  14. I absolutely love this Sally, so peaceful and beautiful. Thanks for sharing with us at MAWTT this week, good luck! Pami x

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  15. Your beautiful scene needs nothing ! totally fabulous and calming . Love your stamping and the beautiful background an amazing piece of art.

    Marie

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  16. Super card Sally I wish I could achieve this with my ink dusters!!
    Thanks for sharing it with us at MAWTT this week and good luck with the challenge
    Laurie x

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  17. This is so serene Sally - lovely image.
    Lynn x

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  18. What a lovely card! Love the scene and the coloures!

    Thank you for joining us at Stamptacular Sunday Challenge!! Hope to see you in this week`s Distressing Challenge :)

    Hugs Tine

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  19. Hi Sal

    This is stunning.

    It looked like a photograph when I saw it on my dashboard!!

    Fantastic colours and just love the sky!!

    Love Jules xx

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  20. This is beautiful Sally and I just love the autumnal colours (my favourites). Your reflection is excellent and so is your technique with the inkdusters. I haven't even played with mine yet after buying them at the last Stamp Magic show, eeek!

    BTW I think it would be shame to put a sentiment on your beautiful scene. I'd put it inside the card if it were me.

    Hugs
    Lesley Xx

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  21. Sal, I love the tranquility of this very much. I think it is graceful with its soft lines and the trees speak for themselves without any additions :)

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  22. Hi Sally thanks so much for stopping by blog wow glad I popped by here you have some amazing designs. I love your box below and what a stunning scene card design. Hugs from diva

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  23. WOW Sally adorable, so lovely.

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