Thursday, 22 November 2012

It's as if they planned this month just for me!

I know that you know that I love autumn. I tell you all the time. So when I saw the list of challenges for this month at the Counterfeit Kit Challenge, I was happy, happy, happy!

First off we had our favourite stamps and I knew my trusty maple leaf would be the one. Now comes inspiration from autumn photos.

While I was putting my kit together, I knew that I wanted to make some more Yukon layouts and I had photos like this one below in my mind. I knew that I wanted to have sumptuous tree photos included and this was just what I needed.

So for the mini challenge #2 "Be inspired by fall foliage" was a no brainer. This photo jumped out at me and my Engineer Creek layout was born.

Look at those colours, look at the brilliance of that golden hue, look at how unreal these leaves seem to be. That was exactly what we got at Engineer Creek and it was somewhat spectacular! Sunset, when the setting sun hit the top of the trees was all the more amazing. I am still living off those memories!

I think I could do this challenge a dozen times and still not get bored! Why not give it a try?

Don't forget to share your creations with us over at the Counterfeit site (here), we love to see where these prompts take you.


  1. Such wonderful shades with the fine black writing - this is a lovely page. Your flower is perfect!

  2. What an incredible photo! Love all the colors you used to scrap this one! Beautiful work!

  3. Beautiful - what a magical place to be at a glorious time of the year! Love the page design and your lovely flower cluster

  4. This is a gorgeous fall page! I love the stamped leaves, loose threads, and I'm especially envious of your handwriting!

  5. Such a pretty page. Love how just by tilting the elements you've given it so much more movement.

  6. Love your slant on this challenge and that cluster is gor-juss - fall to the hilt.


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