Sunday, October 18, 2015

Stamp Review Crew: For All Things










The Stamp Review crew is featuring that wonderful fall set For All Things this week! My card reflects exactly what I see outside my window!  Fall in the northeast is gorgeous!  We are headed north to Lake Placid today where we will be treated to sights like this....




Beautiful foliage and yes snow on the top of Whiteface mountain!



Hop back to Debra Burgin's blog if you missed her wonderful work.  If you are on track then head off to see what great things our terrific leader Tanya Boser has in store!

                                                       
                                                       



I am also linking to The Paper Players leaf challenge this week!

                                               

21 comments:

Yapha said...

Gorgeous card, Linda! I love the sequins with it. I'm so jealous of the gorgeous colors outside your window, too!

HJ said...

Beautiful fall card. I love the colors and the challenge picture of the mountain.

Tanya Boser said...

Linda, your card is so vibrant and fresh, I love it!! I may have to CASE this one ;)

Dawn Tidd said...

Fun card, Linda! I love this technique and this was a perfect card to use it on!! I love your views too!

Dawn Tidd said...

Fun card, Linda! I love this technique and this was a perfect card to use it on!! I love your views too!

Nancy Smith said...

Love this! I'd love to know how you split the image panel and kept it attached by the one leaf. Great job!

stampwithamyk said...

So pretty Linda! Love the little cut-out. Beautiful fall picture too! The leaves aren't turning here yet, hope that we get those fantastic fall colors rather than having the leaves turn brown and fall off the trees! :)

Linda Callahan said...

Hi Nancy.....I just used my paper cutter and cut two lines in on each side toward the leaf then snipped with my paper snips for the last little bit around the leaf.

Karren said...

Beautiful card and a beautiful photo!

Mike said...

LOVE the background and how the leaf connects the two. Brilliant!
Mike

Sue Plote said...

Okay...first...so jealous that that's what you see outside your window. The card...as awesome as the view. Great use of colors and DSP and the sequin is the perfect accent. And the split panel...genius!

RuthieMaryKay said...

Love your card! Love the colors and unique cutout! Awesome colors too! Ruthie

Diane - oliver.mdiane@comcast.net said...

Linda love your card.. .and I really like the cut out on the front panel.
Can't say I'm excited to see snow!... but it's beautiful. Hugs.

Claire Broadwater said...

Linda, this is just BEAUTIFUL!!!! I love the fabulous cutout to showcase your leaves! The background paper and sequins add so much detail! Your view is breathtaking. No leaves like that in GA! ENJOY, My Friend! So happy you joined us at The Paper Players this week! XX

LeAnne said...

Wow wow wow! Love this beauty....that sketch is AWESOME! Great background, great everything! Love that scenery too....sort of like here minus the snow! But DANG it's cold....impatiently waiting for the temps to get back to October normal! So happy that you shared this with us at the Players this week!

Jen Timko said...

Gorgeous! Love your split panel. And the sequins. And the background. You get the point!

Heidi Baks said...

Beautiful, Linda! I love all the layered images, and isn't that cute with the separated panels held together by the leaf?!

Nance Leedy said...

Oh happy sigh!!! This is gorgeous Linda. I love your cluster of leaves and the background stamping. The real showstopper is that cutting technique connecting the two panels--brilliant! So glad you joined us at The Paper Players!

Joanne James said...

Gorgeous fall leaves Linda and the use of the cut panel to show even more of the lovely DSP behind is inspired. Great job - thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week!

Kim S said...

Gorgeous! Gorgeous card and gorgeous scenery!

WebDeb said...

That's some fancy cutting, missy! I love the colors in this, and especially that you used the DSP as a background -- fabulous!