Here in Oregon the leaves have finally fallen and it's been cold. I know it's winter time but it almost seems like it's still autumn. We haven't had much rain this season and nature's fall time colors still remain. Anyhow, last month I put together this frame to commemorate our time here in Oregon. We have so many dears in our neighborhood and a billion trees. I've seen more dears here than when we first arrived and lived in the cabin in the woods. The trees here are so thick that you can hardly see the ground. What a huge contrast to our former home in the arctic.
If you haven't guess it by now, I totally love Pink Persimmon's "Oh Dear (Outline)" stamp set. I think I've made at least four different projects with it in the past few months. I find them dears irresistible and fun to color. Here I stamped the images, colored, and trimmed them out.
Besides that the project was pretty basic to make. I covered the frame with embossed cardstock and then used the leaves, twine, spiral clip, and leaf ribbon to embellish. To complete this frame I also paired up the "Mini Banner Greetings" set and fabric leaves.
It's so funny. I started this post yesterday and over night it finally rained. Ha-ha... I hope you like the frame and that your day is filled with blessings.
STAMPS: Pink Persimmon "Oh Dear! (Outline)" & "Mini Banner Greetings"
INK: Palette Ink Noir Black, VersaMagic: Jumbo Java
PAPER: CTMH Cream CS, TAC Amelia Collection
COPIC MARKERS: E37, E47, E57, E35, RV42
EMBELLISHMENTS: Target Dollar Days Leaves, Misc Leaves Ribbon, Misc Twine, Cuttlebug Embossing Folder, Antique Brass S Clip, 5" x 7" Wood Frame