This week’s challenge at As You See It is A Recipe for a Fall Farm. The recipe is in the graphic below. Kraft card stock is the closest I have to Crumb Cake. I embossed a panel with a brick EF and matted it with Sweet Mango on a Kraft card base. I got the idea of using the wheat with a pumpkin from Stamp Buddy Diana. The wheat was cut from Honey Mustard; the pumpkin from Sweet Mango, sponged with a bit of Tangerine Twist. To ground the pumpkin, I created a “tablecloth” from orange gingham PP. The finishing touch was the tiny twine bow. The sentiment is from Beyond Baskets, cut with a flag die.
13 thoughts on “Fall Recipe”
Perfect card for the challenge. Love the pumpkin with the wheat. Lovely card!
Thanks Lisa. I was pleased how well they worked together.
You are on such a roll. This looks like another one destined for the winners circle.
Thanks Bonnie. One can only hope.
I love your take on the recipe. Great job on this Judy.
Great take on the recipe. I love the fall colors, theme and your wheat!
Thanks Gayle. Was pleased how well the wheat worked with the pumpkin.
Great take on the challenge and I like how you incorporated everything in the recipe.
You really nailed that recipe. The pumpkin and gingham give off the feel of a fun family get together
Lovely autumnal card! The idea of using the pumpkin as a vase for the wheat sheaf is great. Thanks for joining in with us again at As You See It Challenge.
You totally get the idea of the pumpkin and wheat table centerpiece with your creation. I love the orange gingham tablecloth against the embossed brick wall! Thanks for cooking up our recipe at As You See It Challenges!