Monday, 17 October 2016

Autumn Mushrooms

Hello everyone, I have another Autumnal project to share with you, and I have been playing with those zingy Brusho colours again. I created a background using a combination of Gamboge, Lime Green and Orange, which I spritzed, and blotted with a spare piece of card. I then stamped an image from the Autumn Poppy stamp set randomly around the edge of the background, using Plum, Olive and Sepia Archival Ink.

I cut a smaller piece of card, and stamped and embossed the central image, using Wow copper embossing powder. I coloured the image using Brushos and a water brush. I edged the card using Fossilized Amber Distress Ink, and chose another leafy image from the stamp plate and the same Distress Ink, to stamp around the edges.

I edged both pieces of card with Mowed Lawn Distress Ink, before adhering them to a card blank, onto which I had added a piece of pale green card.

I will be back later in the month with another Autumn-themed project to share with you. Thanks for stopping by, xx


cuilliesocks said...

Beautiful card Judith, wonderful Autumnal colours and lovely images. But what on earth is Gamboge?. Kate x

judith@poppy cottage said...

Hi Kate, Gamboge is simply a colour option in the Brusho range, Judith xx

Evelyn Browning said...

Lovely Autumnal colours with the Brushos & your background stamping echoed superbly by the leaves of the image panel. The embossed copper effect is beautiful & I particularly like the way your Mowed Lawn ink edged focal panel picks up the green of the Brushos in the background, not to mention the green of the mushrooms & all tied together with the background edging too.

scrAPpamondo said...

Love very much this creation, and I'm stunned by the light in the center of this card, with all the rich autumnal colours around! Really striking! Fabulous frames of leaves, brushos background and inking! These mushrooms look amazing, and the copper embossing gives them an extra lighty feel!!

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