Do you follow the season of nature colors when you create? I love to do just that! Keeping the colors close to the seasons gives me a warm feeling and joy.
Type of project: Layouts, tag and ATC
Style: CAS with artsy details
Techniques used: Fuzzy cutting, masks and stencils, distressink.
Decoration: paperdecorations, stickers.
Main colour: Red,orange, brown
There is a joy in every season, I think. The winter brings skiing, Christmas and no guilt staying inside watching a film or Scrapbooking. The spring has the beauty of nature waking up and bringing new life to trees and flowers and the joy of the first days warm enough to drink my tea outside. Summer is of course a happy and carefree time with vacation and long light warm nights in the garden, perhaps with a glass of wine with good friends and neighbors. Then comes autumn. The days are getting shorter, lots of rain and the temperature is turning cold. That is perhaps the season I like the least. What I do like about the autumn is the colors. Red, brown, orange, and yellow mixed with some memories of green, oh how beautiful isn’t that?!
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I love the colors of the Fernwood collection by Vicki Boutin. She really nailed the feeling of autumn in the colors. When I got a question if I might teach a class for a Scrapping society named Pysslarna in the north of Sweden I picked that very collection as a class kit.
Last week it was time for the online-class. We made 2 layouts and 3 ATC-cards.
Then last weekend I finished up the class kit and made another page and a size XL Tag (I used a sketch by Gummiapan).
READ ALSO: EXPLOSION BOX IN AUTUMN COLORS
There are a few pieces left of this autumn kit so it might get me through until the winter season.
Do you like to scrap the seasons?
Please share your autumn-color- creations so that we can be inspired by you and use #TPCMagazine!
Petra Offrell is from Sweden. Petra has been writing for TPC since 2021. Petra started paper crafting in 2004 and she mostly makes cards, layouts and Art Journals. Her paper projects are often made in Clean and Simple style with some Artsy details.