OLW 162 Leaves

OLW Leaves

As I write this post our backyard is beginning to fill up with leaves. The strange thing is that by the time this post goes live I will be far away from our autumn leaf filled yard in another season and country all together!

Wherever you are and whether you can see golden, red or green leaves the challenge this week is to feature them on your one layer card. I used one of the leaf dies from the Penny Black creative die set Leaves to cut a couple of masks from post it notes. I then sponged over the masks in warm fall colours and added a thankful sentiment.


Stamps: Hot Rod (PB)
Inks: Memento Dandelion, Potter’s Clay, Cantaloupe, Morocco  (Tsukineko)
Dies: Leaves

12 Comments on “OLW 162 Leaves”

  1. Jan Castle says:

    Beautiful work Heather…looks just like our area right now – great representation of autumn!

  2. Anita says:

    Wow stunning card, I’ve not tried ink sponging yet but you’re really inspiring me to give it a go. Your designs are fabulous xx

  3. KatieP says:

    Beautiful, I love the colors.

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  5. Vicki B says:

    Very neat idea to use the die for making a mask. Beautiful leaves!

  6. Mary H says:

    Awesome, as usual. Enjoy your time away. Hugs & TFS

  7. Soooo beautiful, Heather … the most gorgeous warm colours! Looking forward to playing along! Anita 🙂

  8. Lindsey says:

    So much like the colours outside my window right now! Enjoy your time away.

  9. Simply stunning! what a cool idea to make masks using dies and post its – genius! Have a good trip xx

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  11. Cheryl says:

    Beautiful fall leaves, Heather. Wonderful tip using dies as a mask! Thanks.

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