Saturday, September 17, 2011

Live For Today

Since The Angel Company closed I've been looking at other companies' stamps.  I haven't done this in YEARS!!  Have only purchased stamps from the LSS where I teach and usually only those the owned wanted me to work with.  So,  I went to PaperTrey Ink and found a few sets and some really cool paper!

This layout was on a blog and I've been searching for it but, no luck. Darn! I saved it in my emails but it's buried somewhere.  Anyway...  These stamps are from a set called Through the Trees and the paper is Autumn Abundance.  I love the fall colors!!

Here's a close up of the little acorn.

It is still quite hot here but we have been getting some rains (and horrific lightening storms) and the mornings are now below 70.  I miss the fall colors in the Rocky Mountains near Yellowstone Park.  We lived 70 miles east in the Cody/Powell area for years. This year we are kinda planning on going to Sedona, AZ to celebrate our anniversary.  Last year we were there and hit the peak color change! Oh my gosh, it was BEAUTIFUL! And the smell of the pine trees...  Ok, now I'm homesick!   What do you like about fall?  Do you make cards or scrapbook pages to celebrate the season?


Glittered Paws said...

Very pretty - it is fun to "shop" for stamps once in a while - most of what I have were TAC so I have been using some of my other stamps recently. Love the DP too.

Rita said...

A nice fall card! And I'm looking forward to fall colors too - they are supposed to be exceptional here in Minnesota this year.

BarbL said...

Hi Carol! I also LOVE PTI and I am also in shopping mode with other stamp companies and getting Angel policies! I didn't have to worry about that for ...14 years! The good news is that a lot more companies have liberal policies like TAC... probably due to their popularity.

Laurie Unger said...

Wonderful card. I have this set and just love it. I'm with you on the fall colors! Have a wonderful time in Sedona (one of the places on my wish list to vist). What do I like about fall - the colors, the crisp breezes and the smell in the air.