Thursday, November 3, 2016

Time Out: Love the Life You Live



Happy Thursday my friends. We're back with a reminder post for Time Out!  The current challenge is to be inspired by words:  'Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart'. This is a card I made for Ryan when we went up to visit him a few weeks ago.  Love this Reverse Confetti sentiment and the Lawn Fawn leaves. I had fun water coloring some paper with my Zigs before die cutting them.  I love fall colors!  I hope you are inspired to play along with us at Time Out too!

14 comments:

  1. Oh, this is just fabulous, Lynn ... love those delicious autumn colours in the tumbling leaves ... and that sentiment ... brilliant! Hugs, Anita :)

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  2. Beautiful card and such gorgeous colors!

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  3. Those leaves just couldn't be anymore gorgeous! I am finally loving Fall! LOL ox

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  4. Beautiful card! Love how happy this feels. Do you remember what color you used for the sentiment? If so, I would love to know. Thanks!

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  5. Beautiful ZIG colouring Lynn! Those LF leaves are a favourite of mine and a wonderful sentiment--perfect for Ryan!

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  6. The leaf colros are absolutely gorgeous! Well done with the Zig markers!

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  7. Great idea to cut these leaves from a watercolored paper! Love the results!

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  8. I like the pretty colors of your leaves Lynn, this is charming!

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  9. I really like the soft-autumn colours you used! And a pretty design aswell! Enjoy the weekend!

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  10. Love the beautiful hues on your leaves... I also love that little dotted panel on the left and placement of the twine to the right of the dots. Wonderful sentiment as well. I love it.

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  11. Lynn this is so beautiful! Love the soft fall colors!

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  12. Love those gorgeous leaves and the touch of twine. Can't believe Ryan's already more than halfway through his first semester of college!

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  13. Wise words, and beatiful fall colors. I hope Ryan is enjoying college.

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