This is a picture of one of my pumpkins from past year.
I love this color and buy them every year. Then use them for Christmas. I stack them to make a cold looking snowman that sits on my front porch bench
I think I should have left the scroll off, one end of this birthday card. It is clashing a bit with the pumpkin vine. The one below seems to flow better without the scroll next to the vine.
Hi, and happy Friday! I am having a bit of trouble with light today. Fall colors? Yes to me because this is the color
of pumpkin I buy each year. I buy the orange for carving
and roasting the seeds.
Hope you have a blessed weekend!
stitched leaves from Lawn Fawn
Big Day - Today from Waltzingmouse Stamps…My very favorite sentiment.
Papertrey Ink Fancy Flourishes and paper
I agree the color of ur pumpkin is awesome :) and u work wonders on ur cards :)ReplyDelete
Marybeth your card are just gorgeous! The Lawn Fawn leaves work perfectly with those pumpkins! Boo to you is sadly sold out. You have enabled me to purchase those sentiments! I have never seen a pumpkin that colour up here, time to start looking. Happy weekend.ReplyDelete
WOW that's a pretty color on the pumpkin, I've never seen those!! PLEASE show us your snowman this year ~ sounds cute!! Love this card, those pumpkins are pretty sweet too!!ReplyDelete
Just love this card, MaryBeth! Really classy elements! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at the Simon Says Wednesday Challenge!ReplyDelete
Marybeth, your cards are simply divine! I LOVE the scroll at the top of the pumpkins...you clever person you!! I will try to remember that!!ReplyDelete
Love your cards! We have white and orange pumpkins here in Seattle. This is the first time I have seen green - I am going to keep an eye out this year! Love the snowman idea from stacking them! Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Perfection! I love that pumpkin! Gorgeous cards :)ReplyDelete
Oh I love those kinds of pumpkins! I bet they make an adorable snowman too. You're so creative, Marybeth!! Love how you made a card based on your pumpkin. Thanks for joining the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge!ReplyDelete
Oh I love your green pumpkins!! Those are so pretty! I've never seen them, but now I want to spray paint my orange one! haha! Beautiful card! Happy Weekend!ReplyDelete
What an amazing color for those pumpkins!!! LOVE thisReplyDelete
Quite an extraordinary colour for a pumpkin! Never seen those in the Netherlands....But they sure are gorgeous!!!ReplyDelete
Your cards are fabulous and the scrolls fit the pumpkins so well, their vines are just like the scrolls.
And such a great way to make a snowman at your porch, maybe this year a pic of Mr.Snowman himself???
ps. the orange pumpkins are also great to make pumpkin soup, mmmmm!
Both cards are quite lovely, Marybeth. As is your pumpkin display. I like the 'viney' sentiment of the first card; it echos the pumpkin vines. Beautiful green pumpkins. Really like these cards. BevReplyDelete
Really elegant cards with the beautiful scrolly pumpkins and sentiments Marybeth...love your staging of your photos too...your house must have the best natural light.ReplyDelete
These are beautiful! Love the blue pumpkins. You should definitely share your picture of the pumpkin snowman...what a cute idea.ReplyDelete
Don't you love fall? Looking closely at those leaves. They look like a must have to me! Where are they from? Beautiful pumpkins in any color!ReplyDelete
Two wonderful cards Marybeth! I LOVE the green pumpkins - both on your cards and the real one - I always try to get different colored pumpkins and often bumpy ones to put on my steps - something different than the standard ORANGE.... I'll have to look for this grey/green color!ReplyDelete
These are both just gorgeous. I have never seen a pumpkin that color before. It is so elegant looking. The font on your sentiments is just perfect for these cards.ReplyDelete
Take pics of the pumpkins you buy. I have only seen orange and albino! LOVE this card and those pumpkins are really PRETTY, Marybeth!ReplyDelete
These cards are scrummy, Marybeth!! I love the nontraditional pumpkins, both real and on your cards. The stitched mats and flourish sediments are perfection!!ReplyDelete
This is a beautiful card and I LOVE the color of the pumpkin. Can you tell me what stamp set and manufacturer it is from? I would like to get this myself. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Looks like you are ready for fall Marybeth! This is one stunning card and the color of your pumpkins is simply fabulous.ReplyDelete
I've never seen this color either but yours are just gorgeous! Love how elegant they look and so pretty with the swirly font. And I agree, please post a photo of your green snowman!!ReplyDelete
This takes my breath away. This layout is a stunning, and I wouldn't change a thing! Your designs are just so CLASSY.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous color on those pumpkins! And, such an elegant sentiment, so pretty! Both cards are perfect...well done!ReplyDelete
Those are both gorgeous cards! And that wonderful color was what first caught my attention. So pretty, and as Maria said, elegant.ReplyDelete
I really loved the first card, but then, when comparing it to the second, I decided you're right about the scroll. The fonts are so beautiful.
Since I've started working on learning to think CAS after becoming comfortable with layering papers, I'm definitely saving this as an inspiration card! Thanks for sharing!!
so so clean and good! I like the change up with the green pumpkins. thanks for playing CFC!ReplyDelete
such a neat color for the pumpkins! very pretty card! thanks for joining us at CAS-ual Fridays!ReplyDelete
I love the color of your pumpkins, I've never seen anything but orange. I really like the scroll on the first card. The font on the sentiment is so elegant.ReplyDelete