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Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Fruits in Season Tutorial for Spectrum Noir.

Hello to everyone.  The year is well and truly on the turn.  Its strange how the time of year and perhaps the length of the days influences your colour choices.  I have a tutorial to share for Spectrum Noir featuring Apples in Season.  This is a beautiful digital stamp from Power Poppy which I previously colored on kraft card. 





I had entered my kraft card colouring into the Power Poppy Coloring Competition on PPC.  I am delighted to report that the card won!  So very excited and will be sharing colourings of more of these wonderful images very soon.





Happy crafting fun to all.    



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11 comments:

julie_woolston said...

Gorgeous card Laine fabulous image.
Hugs Julie xxx

Jane Savage said...

Beautiful card, Laine! Congratulations on your win! xxx

KarinsArtScrap said...

its very beautiful Laine
Gr Karin

KraftyKoolKat said...

Love the gorgeous vibrant colours and dies used.
Hugs
Cathy
xxxxx

Linda Simpson said...

Gorgeous card and love the vibrant colours.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Jennifer Bradley said...

Fabulous card layout Laine. The image is gorgeous and stunning colouring. They look good enough to eat. Hugs ~Jennifer xx

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Laine this is a stunning card your colouring is amazing. Congratulations I am not surprised that you won. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Gina Knott said...

Such a beautiful autumnal card! Your colouring is amazing and I love the colours and gorgeous background die.
Hugs
Gina xx

Tracy Freeman said...

Its beautiful Laine, love the different tones.
YAY for the win :) sending hugs lovely xxx

Veerle said...

Mmmmm those appels look so real Lain. Very nice. Xxx

Holley said...

So bright and beautiful

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