Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Indian Summer

Can You Digi It?'s new challenge is Indian Summer and here is the inspiration board:

I love the colors of Indian Summer and Fall, and this year I am going to really celebrate them because this past Summer in Alabama was tough. I am praying for nice cool weather and a really cold Winter (at least cold enough and long enough to kill the bugs who are my evil nemesises).

I used Green Goddess Creations' Walk on the Wild Side paper pack and Zva Crystals which are both available in the CYDI? store. I changed the background colors on the papers in MS Word so that they would go with the theme. The leaves are cut out with Spellbinder Leaf Dies and the little branches were made with the Martha Stewart Branch Punch.

Before I close this post, I wanted to thank everyone who comments on my blog. You are all so wonderful and you make me feel so much more connected in the world of crafting and blogging. I appreciate your time because I know how valuable it is! I promised to give away blog candy to one of my followers who commented on my Fresh Brewed Designs blog hop post. The random number generator selected Kevin! Kevin, I will put your prize (some Antique Brads from SU!) in the mail this week.

Hugz to all!


  1. Ooh, Nancy..how cool are all those patterned leaves and I love the colored branches. Great card and soooooo pretty.
    Now, stop praying for a cold winter...I HATE cold. Even with the hot, hot, hot temps this summer, I loved the season. It is my favorite and I hate to see it go.
    Congrats to Kevin, also.

  2. Wow Nancy this is wonderful, I like the papers you have used for the leaves and foliage and the bow.
    Kevin xx

  3. Love this! Such a wonderful spray of leaves and branches and great colour combo too. Well done!!

  4. Such a clever use of those great papers!! Love the idea of using animal prints and unusual colours for this theme :) Can't say I agree with wanting the cold to come though - I'm not a fan of the cold winter weather :(

  5. You always have such fun ideas, Nancy! I never would have thought to use animal print for leaves, but it SO works! :O)