Autumn leaves have not begun to fall this year, not just yet. In fact if the rain does not quite or at least slow down we will have a bumper crop of leaves when it is all said and done. Also, the leaves don't fall around here until the Spring when the live oaks loose their leaves as the new ones come on the trees. Not like in NJ where there is a plethora of those fall beauties! Does one ever forget the memories of raking big piles to play in??
How about a newly discovered technique? New to me and one I missed the first time it was posted on SCS. It's called faux barn board and is done with acrylic paint, white glue, and dye re inkers. How easy is that?
While working with the limited supplies I had take with I found I did not have brick paper in the shade I needed........ my creativity starts to slow down after several hours of continual coloring/cropping!
As you can see I used a lot of ink for this layout. First on the background paper, then the leaves, then the "brick" wall.