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Saturday, August 22

It's begining to look a lot like....

....Fall at my house. Well, at least in the ART studio. I needed to make 3 fallish cards and last night....that is what I did.

First up, is the card I made for my friend Diann. The theme was a "Fall" card.
I am enthralled now with pyramage as a technique. Diann really likes Vintage and Victorian...she is a very classic lady. I think she will enjoy this card. It features two little cuties out enjoying a fall day and is embellished with a fabric yo-yo.

The second card, also done in pyramage is for the theme "Harvest blessings". It does not have a destination yet, as the swap is not yet closed. I really liked this leaves graphic when I found it.

Both cards feature this verse: "FAITH isn't believing we know...It's KNOWING we BELIEVE". They also have this as their envie.

The final card was for the theme: Pumpkins. I made 2 iris fold pumpkins,
embellished by ribbon and "October".

It features this as it's coordinating envie.

So, even though it's 90 degrees+ outside....it's beginning to feel like fall around here. Anyone have a caramel apple?? Yumm....


Dorothy said...

Great cards!!!
Love your work.

Gloria said...

These are totally awesome Shelley....great job

Diann said...

Shelly, you have outdone yourself with these three lovlies! I always enjoy your IF cards, but your new technique is lovely too!
And one of them is mine....am I lucky or what? Diann

Tammy D said...

Awesome job. They are great.

Chrystal S said...

Wow Shelly! You've been busy. :)
I love all the fall cards but I have to say that the pumpkins are my favorite. You are the Queen of IF!!

jackie said...

Wow! Each of your pieces is SO lovely! Iris folding is one of the things on my "to do" list! And I must learn more about pyramage - never heard of this.