lunedì 5 ottobre 2015

SIMON SAYS MONDAY CHALLENGE: AUTUMN IS IN THE AIR!!!

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Ciao a tutti!!!! L'autunno si è impossessato del clima e  SIMON SAYS STAMP MONDAY CHALLENGE BLOG questa settimana ci chiede di ispirarci proprio a questo periodo dell'anno!
Come sempre potete spaziare ; in autunno c'è Halloween, ci sono i colori tipici della stagione, le foglie che cadono....

Hi everyone! Autumn well known for the cooling temperatures and the changing of the scenery. The trees  are transformed from glossy shades of green to gorgeous shades of  red, brown, orange and gold. It is also a time to celebrate Halloween and Thanksgiving, there are so many options you can choose from!

Per me l'autunno è fatto soprattutto di colori caldi e di Halloween! Questa settimana mi sono divertita a creare un Altered burlap panel che avesse tutte queste caratteristiche!

For me  autumn is made of warm colors and ... Halloween!
I enjoyed to play with Halloween  and  autumn  colors! With pumpkins, cat and the new leaves of Tim Holtz I created an Altered Burlap Panel that will bring you straight into the mood of this wonderful season!



Non ho un vero e proprio tutorial solo qualche foto per farvi vedere i vari step del lavoro!

This isn't a  real tutorial, just some pictures  to show you the different steps of my work!






Ho inizato con una fustella da embossing effetto legno di Tim Holtz e cardstock Core'dinations.
Le zucche sono la versione mini di un set di Blueprint bellissimo, le ho timbrate con Archival su Distress watercolor cardstock e colorate con i Distress sprays spruzzati sul tappetino della Ranger e un pennellino con serbatoio.
Poi ho usato la nuovissima fustella con le foglie autunnali di Tim, che sono strepitose!
Il gatto , fatemelo dire, è strepitoso, l'ho visto su questo lavoro di Paula Cheney e me ne sono innamorata! Così ho deciso di mixare simboli e colori autunnali con il gatto, uno dei simbnoli di Halloween.
L'ho tagliato su un  cartoncino Kraft e timbrato con un nuovo timbro di Tim e Archival Fern green di Wendy Vecchi.

First step: Core'dinations and embossing folders, faux wood!
Second step: I colored  all  pumpkins with Distress spray, mist on craft sheet Ranger and a watercolor brush.
Third step: cut the new leaves by Tim  and the new cat (amazing) and customize the cat with stamp and ink Archival Fern green WendyVecchi.








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Non perdete i lavoro di tutti i nostri creativi e andate ad ispirarvi sul nostro Blog!

As always Simon Says Stamp will be giving away $50 voucher to shop at the fabulous online Store!
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18 commenti:

Paula Cheney ha detto...

this is darling Barbara! I love how you did the cat - would have never thought of cutting the shadow!

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans ha detto...

So cute Barbara,move the cat surrounded by the pumpkins and foliage. Lovely autumnal,colours . Tracy x

Marci ha detto...

I think this is fantastic. Love your design, the way you did the cat with the shadow effect and the faux wood background. And your leaves and pumpkins are gorgeous. Marvelous!

Nicole Wright ha detto...

Oh ya this is sooooo good! I love this. I should have kept that cat in my cart :/

Redanne ha detto...

Oh wow Barbara, , this is gorgeous, I just love the embossed background that you added to the burlap canvas, the autumn leaves are absolutely stunning and I love how you added a shadow to the cat - it looks amazing! Beautiful work, as always! Hugs, Anne xx

LauraVi ha detto...

Lo sfondo embossato, il gatto di quel meraviglioso colore, le zucche, le foglie... layout magnifico, questo burlap è superlativo!

Suzanne C ha detto...

What as sweet and fun Halloween decor! I adore the cat in the pattern paper and the embellishments and layering is wow!

Stephanie Leykauf ha detto...

Stunning Barbara!! You have such a great eye for detail!

*mwah*
Steph
Simon Says Stamp!

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA ha detto...

This piece is so much fun! I love all the interesting details and patterns that you added. Blessings!

butterfly ha detto...

Love your layered cat - so clever to create the shadow for dimension - and the pumpkins are wonderful - a great autumnal look.
Alison xx

Meihsia Liu ha detto...

Such a beautiful creation, Barbara. Love the beautiful cat! :)

Sandra ha detto...

Ohh this is amazing, Barbara! Love the zig zag cat! And the pumpkins look fabulous! Gorgeous piece! Hugs, Sandra

Maura Hibbitts ha detto...

Barbara, oh, I love this little gem! Your colors are so rich and gorgeous, and to me, the green cat looks like it is stuffed fabric, it has such great dimension. Hugs!

Emma Williams ha detto...

This is fabulous Barbara, I love the layered cat and the pumpkins give it that wonderful pop of autumnal colour ~ really gorgeous! :)

Anna-Karin ha detto...

This is beautiful Barbara! I love the pattern on the cat and all those pumpkins.

Andrea Ockey Parr ha detto...

This is such a fantastic piece! I really love all of your clever layers and I adore how you made the cat out of that patterned paper. I never would've thought to make a cat out of green and white Chevron-striped paper, but it is gorgeous and the most clever cat I've seen in a long time! Amazing work!

Michelle ha detto...

Barbara, this is beautiful! The colors and details are perfect!

Turid ha detto...

I love that you write in Italian and English! Trying to understand the Italian BEFORE reading the English is so interesting. Oh, and of course, I love your artwork :) greetings from Norway