Friday, September 19, 2014

Challenge Yourself #10 Fall favourites

I decided to join in again this month with Challenge Yourself The challenge this time is tell them what you like about Autumn and of course include a photo of yourself. Autumn is my favourite season so this was easy. I love the changing colours, the crunchy leaves, the cooler weather and capturing it all in photos. We have an annual family photo taken in Autumn.
Here is my take:
 I used some old Basic Grey Green at Heart patterned paper and stickers and created a bit of a background with some texture paste, paint and a stencil.
Here are a few close ups:
I have used some left over pieces of FWAB Jack Vine in Green
And then layered some FWAB Chloe Pearl Flourish in Olive Green over the top.
For my tree I used a FWAB Lee’s Tree and die cut some leaves out of patterned paper and arranged them around the tree.
Thanks for looking
Judith xx


  1. Well done Judith! This photo screams Fall ;) Love the masking and tree. Great photo you used! Thanks for playing along with us at Challenge YOUrself!

  2. What a fab 'fall' foto [well....Autumn to us!!!! LOL....]....the green flourish looks great.....lovely page:):)

  3. WOW! This is simply amazing! I absolutely love the photo of you among the fall leaves! Your layout is beautiful. Thank you so much for joining in on the fun this month at Challenge YOUrself!!!!!

  4. So much beautiful detail in your page Judith but I do love the pearl flourishes the best! Thank you so much for playing along with our Fall inspired challenge at Challenge Yourself. xx

  5. A perfect picture - adore your tree!
    Thank you for playing along with us at Challenge YOURself :)

  6. Love the hot pink background and all the color over it. The pearl flourish detail is gorgeous, this is a stunning layout!
    Thank you for playing along with us at Challenge Yourself :)

  7. Nice work. That tree is so pretty and your picture is pure autumn, Thanks for playing along with us at Challenge YOUrslef

  8. a pink autumn page! love it! especially with the bits of orange and green you've incorporated.