Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Autumnal Leaves


Over at Stampotique this week they have chosen the theme of nature.  With all the leaves falling off the trees at the minute I thought I'd replicate that with my tree.  The background is coloured with pan pastels over a brick stencil, the tree is coloured with pan pastels and Head and his crown are coloured with water colour paints.

11 comments:

Marianne said...

Nice scenery. It's autumn allright!
Hugs, Marianne

butterfly said...

Wonderful, subtle background, and I love the colouring on his checked shirt - beautiful tag!
Alison x

Sue said...

Fabulous Sam! I love your pastel background and all the lovely shades of green. Thanks for joining us again at Stampotique Designers challenge. Sue x

Julia S-W said...

Love that tree Sam! Still in love with those little cuties and the shirt is divine!
Juliax

chrissies said...

Terrific! Love the way you have made the character stand out from everything else.

Best wishes Chrissiex x

Gez said...

Fabby tag Sam ♥ So happy you could join us this week over at Stampotique Designers challenge blog.

Neet said...

Really cute tag - I just love that little guy. Love the background.
Hugs, Neet xx

AssiCrafts said...

Very cool tag! Love Head with his crown. Thanks for joining us at Stampotique. XOXO

Basement Stamper said...

That tree is perfect for the nature challenge, that's what all our trees look like right now as well. Thanks for joining us at Stampotique Designer's Challenge this week.

lena-dailyscrap said...

Great tag, dear Sam! Love the stamps!

Ginger said...

Love Head with his crown, thanks for entering the Stampotique challenge.x

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