Tuesday, October 15, 2013

WOYWW 228 -- Stapming and Coloring

Happy Wednesday!  Today is week 228 of WOYWW (What's on Your Workdesk Wednesday).  This huge blog hop is the brainchild of Julia at Stamping Ground.  Beware, you might get addicted!

I stamped Spooky Owl and started coloring -- that's the part that I really enjoy.   But I'm having an issue.........

I'm going to have to figure out how to color this stamp.  Who wants orange pumpkins and orange leaves?!?  I might add a splash of purple for the leaves; what do you think?  Any ideas?
Here's a photo I took in town on Monday.  Some of the leaves have turned to a beautiful yellow.

As always, I will visit those that end in the same number as me and those of you that leave a comment (please leave your number).  It will be Saturday before I'm able to visit but I will, I promise!

Peace,
Kay 

26 comments:

Belinda said...

Hi Kay!!
I love those pumpkins. You can color them any color you want. I just love seeing all those pencils in the shot. I am getting ready to go to bed because my husbands away on business and I have had to manage my boys solo. Leaves me feeling pretty wiped. Last night I fell asleep and woke to my e-reader on my face!! Can you say pathetic?
Come see my desk and do check in on my new blog series (I am making progress!).
Good night!

Belinda (44)

trisha too said...

Kay, I am awful at coloring--no help for you here, sorry!

What a beautiful photo--that tree is gorgeous!

:)trisha
#21 this week with a
tiny peek at a tiny make

BJ said...

What about browns and yellows as well? BJ#1

Annie said...

I'm a Libran so can't make decisions to save my life so it's no good asking me lol.....just have fun.
Hugs,
A x # 5

Glenda Brooks said...

I would throw in some brown and a little bit of orange as well as a little bit of yellow. Most times Fall leaves are all different colors. Glad to see your space!

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Definitely Purple! Orange and purple are a match made in heaven. How's about some dark navy blue in the shadows too...yum!

Have fun anyway :-)
Hugs, LLJ 3 xx

Shaz Brooks said...

Love the stamps. Saw an ace picture the other day on Pinterest, of Pumpkins coloured like Minions! Awesome, lol. Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz #29 xx

Ria Gall said...

Hi Kay
I would throw in some different shades of green with a few yellow. orange, brown and red leave to give a real autumn feel to it.
Happy WOYWW have an enjoyable week hugs Ria #22

Carole said...

whimsy and fairies and angels everyone needs a few. I enjoyed scrolling through your previous posts...the photos are terrific...your eye is directed to delightful creations. It speaks of who you are as an artist.
Happy WOYWW day. Carole #50

Daniella said...

You know, I never asked you about your name. You sign it Belinda in your comment, but here it says Kay. Which is the one you like best? It is just part of the Whimsy Girl in you!!
Coloring in the stamp. Orange pumpkin with green leaves, although purple does sound beautiful!!
xxDaniella#35

Caro said...

I would go with reds, yellows and greeny browns for the leaves and that way they will go nicely with the orange pumpkin. They look good though. love the photo of the tree. Thanks for sharing. Happy WOYWW. Caro x (#12)

Princess Judy Palmer said...

I think browns, yellows and/or a rust red would be good for leaves. It is all good with fall colors. 'Course if you live where I do we just keep our leaves green. Looks like you are having fun time with the pencils!

lisa said...

Purple leaves sound brilliant. I think you can go with any colour you choose, there are no rules are there?
Love your photo, what a stunning blue sky.
Happy WOYWW
Hugs Lisax #110

Nan G said...

Love the tree pic and those in the Fall post below! Use some greens, yellow, reds, browns on your leaves and blend together. Happy WOYWW! Nan G #25

Robin Spitzer said...

love your tree photo, I like yellows, greens, purples, browns and even reds....I think what ever just pops into your hand play with it!

Of course in central California, we don't get many colors of leaves!


Hugs, Robin #117

Anne said...

Beautiful photo of tree. I am late commenting - have been so busy so just saying hi and Happy WOYWW Anne x #81

The Taming of the Glue said...

It's your pumpkin so it can be any colour you want! Purple leaves sound perfect. Hugs. Pam#68

Andrea said...

looking forward to seeing what colours you decide on artistic licence and all that ...your tree photo is fab i love autumn as everything starts to change colour and glow have Great week ahead Andrea #65

by Gill said...

Hi Kay, thanks for visiting my blog. I love colouring too, its the child in us which still seems to be there thank goodness.

Gill xx

Julie Woodward said...

Hi Kay
thanks for stopping by my post. It's great to see all the gorgeous colours coming out in the tree now, although I don't think that the leaves will hang on long this year, they seem to be falling already!!
Have a great week
Julie 89

Alison Wade said...

Happy Belated WOYWW. Loving all of your pencils. Must get mine out. Ali x #96

Pat Langley said...

Well, you could make some pumpkins white with purple leaves...or gray green with orange leaves. :>)

RosA said...

Hi Kay,

Is that a box of Inktense pencils I see there? How do you like them? I have heard only good things about them.
Thanks for dropping by,
RosA # 53

Darnell J Knauss said...

Hi Kay, I'm sorry I'm terribly late with my WOYWW hopping! It sounds like you have gotten a lot of wonderful coloring suggestions above. I think you are an artist, so you will "feel" how you want to color everything and it will be gorgeous!

Thanks for sharing that beautiful fall tree!! Hugs, Darnell #57

Connie said...

Hi Kay, it is good to see that you took a break for organizing and started having a little fun :)
Love the tree shot, I like the perspective from shooting from under the branches.
Keep Smiling,
Your blogging sister, Connie :)

Neet said...

I am only a week late Kay but still, I am here.
Yes, do colour the leaves purple (envious of your pencils) and I am sure it will look fantastic.
Thanks for sharing the canopy of leaves - beautiful.
Hugs, Neet xx