Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Autumn Nymph

With Autumn arriving in the northern parts of the world...I wanted to work on Ike's World graphic "Autumn Nymph". I also decided to try something different with it. It was a learning lesson on how to blend two different colors. I'm new at using copics. Self-taught you might say.

Recently I adopted the hit and miss or hit and land method. If it works HoorayIf not...punt.

Punting is actually a good thing. It gives me a chance to be experimental. Which, in turn, teaches me to be more creative. I like that. It's a win-win situation.

So...with fanfare...below is my take on "Autumn Nymph" and the Word Art I designed for it. Let me know what you think.

I learned a lot by blending our Nymph's hair with different autumn colors. By the way, this card is a 5X5-sized card. I made it larger so I could fit the larger leaves behind the graphic.

Here are the files for my Word Art.
I included the design with leaves and without.

That way you can choose whichever file
works best with your own card. Have fun.
JPG File

PNG File

JPG File

PNG File

When you do design a card with my Word Art, let me know.
I'd love to see what you've done with them.


  1. Another stunning creation!

    Thanks for the word art :)

    Fiona. x

  2. It's gorgeous...I love your blending of her hair.

    Thanks for the WordArt, too! (Have you sent the link to the freebies site? It would drive all kinds of traffic here...and you'd hopefully get some new followers and commenters.)

  3. Oooh... wait. I forgot. They only advertise WordArt that doesn't look like it can be simply typed up. (Add a few flairs or change the shape to a circle, etc., and you're good to go.)

  4. I'm going to be a pest again - because I didn't even notice the WordArt with the leaves behind it until now - and that definitely qualifies. :)

  5. FABULOUS - gosh, doesn't she look stunning :-) I'm so pleased you carried on and finished her. It was so well worth it :-D Thank you for the super Word Art.
    I see you've got a few more Followers come over :-)
    Ike xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  6. Love the sentiment and the font!! Thank you!


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