Sunday, 9 October 2011

Maple leaves (and turkey!)....

Hey!

Well it's a soggy Sunday afternoon here in Sheffield; it really feels like we're in the midst of autumn now (although it's my fave season I wish we could have it without the soggy days!)

The one thing I adore about autumn are the colours. Speaking of which, I have a li'l card which sums this up nicely:


This card is also dedicated to any Canadian peeps who'll be celebrating Thanksgiving tomorrow! Enjoy your holiday and the scrummy food that usually accompanies it *wink* It was totally worth sacrificing so many buttons for such an occasion methinks :)

Well looking outside my window it looks like I'll be spending the rest of this soggy Sunday at my desk...I guess the rainy days do have a positive element to 'em after-all!

Thanks so much for stopping by and if you're celebrating Thanksgiving, do it in style!

Catch ya later!







Card Deets
{Happy Thanksgiving}
Stamps: Frame It, Teeny Trees (Waltzingmouse Stamps)
Ink: Rich Cocoa (Memento)/Scarlet Jewel, Orange Zest (Papertrey Ink)
Cardstock: Dark Chocolate, Vintage Cream, Terracotta Tile (Papertrey Ink)
Accessories: Buttons, Linen and Canvas Impression Plate (Papertrey Ink)/Cuttlebug (Provocraft)/Apron Lace Border Punch (Fiskars)

14 comments:

JanR said...

Aw, thanks for the Thanksgiving wishes! Love the colours and texture.

Elena said...

i'm a canadian peep! Thx for the nice wishes, but I have a very sick kiddo at home today... Oh well, at least we have the stuffing and apple pie :) Happy day to you!

Marisa said...

Thanks for remembering our Canadian Thanksgiving :) Love that set and your buttons look adorable. Soggy days = lots of stamping. Enjoy!

AnitaRex said...

Absolute loveliness!!! I agree so worth sacrificing the buttons for! :> What I do not like about fall is the soggy days but hardly any here at all so far! It usually is but not this year which makes me really appreciate fall and understand why people like it! And I am a Canadian so happy to see you send us wishes! >

Jenny said...

Joyous autumn colours Aimes, the trees are just starting to turn here. Love your sweet little tree too :)
Jenny x

Brenda said...

I love the pretty colors you used on your leaves!

Sharron said...

Soggy here today too but we have desperately needed rain so it is quite a blessing! Love your fall card! Great colors and texture and adore those buttons!

Petti said...

Love this card and thank you for sending happy thanksgiving wish to us Canadian. :)

~amy~ said...

rainy days are icky, eh? Great excuse to craft:) Love your card...excellent, as always!

Maureen said...

woohoo!! This Canadian peep thanks you and wow! What a stunner of a card! LOVE those sweet little maple leaves (inspired, no doubt by your red mittens! lol)and those luscious buttons so carefully picked out with your loving fingers :) Ah, this really needs a special place in someone's new studio, Duchess...just sayin'!! ;) We are home safe and sound and with a million hangers from Ikea!! I was getting some weird looks in the line up...lol My new closet needs nice new hangers :) And some for the guest bedroom as well ;)

Andrea M said...

This is GORGEOUS Aimes!! I sure do love those colorful maple leaves!!! Thanks for the Thanksgiving wishes!!

Cristina said...

Ooooh, so beautiful! Love the colors, and that texture on the paper looks amazing.

Vicki said...

Hey stranger how is ya! Loving your card and the colours are yum yum! I do love the reds and brown tones autumn brings, just not keen on the gale force winds and wet rain (why can't it be dry....lol)

Hugs
Vicki x

Sue McRae said...

Fantastic design and love the texture!

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