Monday, 20 October 2014

Autumn Colours

This week I need to make a couple of 'Get Well' cards for men. This first card is for someone who was a volunteer at Westonbirt Arboretum for many years, one of his favourite places.  This seemed a perfect theme for his card.  I went to the arboretum a week or two ago to see the beautiful 'Autumn Colours', so I decided to use one of my photos on the card to make it personal.  I need to make a card for someone else to give him, so I think I'll use one of my other photos on a second card.

I used little snippets in autumn colours to punch the leaves, so I'll share my card over at Pixie's Snippets Playground - Week 147.

I would like to enter my card for the following challenge:
Sparkles Monthly Challenge CH#61 ~ Fall/Autumn Colours
Crafting Musketeers Challenge #18 ~ Autumn Colours


  1. A lovely photo Liz and the autumn colours look fantastic. I love the little punched leaves in all those pretty colours too. x

  2. Oh my Liz this is a stunning card and what a great picture you took. Absolutely beautiful. Love it. Hugs Veerle xxx

  3. This is gorgeous,love the

  4. Gosh those trees are breathtaking Liz - and the snippety leaves are such a lovely touch!

    Hugs, Di xx

  5. Great idea to personalise the card with a photo. GORGEOUS colours . . . bet that was a great trip out.

  6. Wow, this one is beautiful too!

  7. Oh my goodness another perfect photo. The colours are brilliant. I managed to take a photo at Exbury Gardens a few years back and was in the right place at the right time. Have been back many times since but the colours have just not been the same. hugs Mrs A.

  8. Beautiful photo and card. Thank you for sharing with us at Sparkles Monthly Challenge.

  9. Beautiful card, that photo is lovely & the colours are stunning! Thanks for joining us over at Sparkles this time & good luck!
    hugs Jo x


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