Autumn is here and the leaves are starting to turn in some areas. I have some great images to show you (from the Oscraps gallery). I am enjoying the variations that can be created with A Scrap of Autumn.
By mystampin2003, this creative page is a real eye catcher. I would love to scrap lift this beauty!! There is so much depth to this page, you could look at it all day and keep finding new and interesting things about it, like a great art piece!
Judyinsd designed this stunning page! Soft and serene, this was another page that seemed to jump out at me in the gallery at Oscraps.
And what a beautiful page by wombat146, a portrait to be proud of. I love the blending, and the colors are fabulous...and those eyes, beautiful eyes!
And of course we have to remember Edgar Allen Poe and the Raven, and what a perfect use of the raven in the kit! This is another favorite of mine!
Back to a softer palette, Ren created this stacked and blended page, outstanding in it's color and balance!
Betty Jo is fabulous at blending photos into her pages, adding quotes or word art, and weaving wonderful stories with her pages!
Isn't this precious? Note how the knitted cap matches the lace from the kit! Leave it to Beth to be so creative! Who wouldn't love this beautiful face?
If you have not seen the statue of David, I strongly recommend adding it to your bucket list! Michelangelo is the essence of an artist, and he made his subjects come alive, much like Judy did in the unique page. Simplicity at its finest!
Almost whimsical, and then you see that amazing and adorable face peering out at you. I love this page, so sweet and innocent!
Betty Jo is an artist in her own right, and the photography and kite are hers. This page makes me crave the fall season, with all its color and clarity!
Autumn is not just about the warm reds, gold and yellows! I love the blues and greens mystampin added to this page!
I have to admit I have a favorite element in this kit, and it is that bud with the orange leaves. I love this page, it makes me feel alive!!! Mixing the papers and using the stitch to tie them together was brilliant! Great page Judy!