Color Spots Scrapbook Challenge: Golden Plum

The fall harvest is here. It’s always hard to see the fresh fruit and veggies from our yard come to an end. But I will gladly welcome the cooler weather. We’ve had a great year for various items from our garden. So many raspberries, bell peppers, tomatoes and apples. Sadly a few of our fruit trees haven’t been very plentiful. But luckily my dad has several and he has been more than willing to share with us. This is where I found my inspiration for this months color challenge.

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We have had a plum tree in our yard for nearly 10 years now. Sadly, it doesn’t produce much each year. Luckily my dad’s Italian Prune tree produces so much, he can’t give it away fast enough. So when I (KimR+) go to visit him, I gladly take a bunch! When I began putting my page together, I was inspired by the wooden table that the golden pumpkin sits on. The various shades and tones of gold were fun to play with as well!Supplies used: Anzio Solids Paper PackAssorted Basic StitchingClassic Side Lift Storyboard Photo Frames No. 01Curated Studio Mix Scrapbooking Kit No. 23Golden Glitter Splatters No. 01Golden Leaves No. 01Inline Alphabet No. 02Messy Stamped Circles Brushes and Stamps No. 01Stamp Sets: FallStriping Graphic Brushes and Stamps No. 01Twisted Dots No. 01Wanderer Solids Paper Pack,
Readymade Layers: Neutral Borders No. 05

Has the talk of plums left you hungry?  I hope you take the chance to play along with this months color challenge. Katie has generously provided us with a freebie to get you jump started on this challenge even more! When you complete your page, post them in the Color Challenge Gallery for everyone to see! If your page qualifies for the rewards program, then don’t forget to link up your page in the September Participation thread for proper credit.

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