Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Playing with Serenade by Flowerdisco and Friends, Week 5

Good Morning, my friends, and welcome to another installment of our Serenade Series! I am really enjoying the challenge of working with these assigned images and I'm also enjoying seeing what my friends have made with theirs! I hope you have been enjoying it as well! =)
This week I had Image 33, a tree. I immediately knew I wanted to make it a fall tree, and when I flipped through the Apple Cider paper pad by Imaginisce, well I really let the paper be my inspiration!
Card stock base~ 5 x 7 Papertry Ink, Terracotta Tile
Patterned Paper~ all from 6 x 6 Apple Cider pad by Imaginisce
Sentiment~ Rubon, Apple Cider collection by Imaginisce
Embellishments~ Medium brads made with Itop brad maker, and strip made with Martha Stewart punch.

Now let's check out what the rest of the gang did!


Please visit Sally's blog to see her project!

Thanks so much for visiting and for all of your support every week!



Helen said...

I love your card! I have been waiting to say that since I pulled it up from Photobucket--LOL!

I almost used that same paper--just love this collection :)

flowerdisco said...

haha...I agree with Helen. I was thinking the same. This card is the most beautiful one, Love how you played your patterned papers, love how you did the leaves, the whimsical shape of your tree against the background....all the small details and the love you put into it. Stunning!

Kristina H said...

Really cute card, love the paper you used!

Abby said...

LOVE IT!!! all that doodling on your leaves are just perfect!!!!!!

Gaby ~ Scrapabookaholic said...

Great card! and I must repeat what Helen and Agnes and Abby said...
like it since I saw in photobucket, great pattern paper and great details, and the doodling!!!

Marlene said...

Very pretty! Everyone's done such an awesome job here.

Ohhh Snap said...

Great card! Wonderful use of the paper and I love the embellishment you put on the leaves! TFS!

Southern Moments said...

What a great Fall Card!

Scrap n' Stamp.

Belinda said...

Fun use of the patterned papers and the lovely doodling on the leaves! Fab!