We all love Angie girls, and this new one had me all in my fall feels. Ava girl, is the newest Angie girl. I really enjoy making fall leaves for my cards, its therapeutic in a way. Today I’ll share how to make some delightful fall leaves.
You’ll want to use the bristol smooth paper for this project. Watercolor paper also works just make sure it’s a heavy stock. First step is to spray the bristol smooth with Crackling Campfire distress spray, I go in a triangle Then spray the white spots with the Rustic Wilderness. At this point you can leave it or marry the two by spraying a little water. It’s okay with this project if you create a little mud since leaves have brown. Go light with the water at first. dab off any pulling or let dry as is. I do both. I do let it air dry before this step I’ll hit the panel with distress mica spray I did the wicked elixir over the green areas and the bronze over the whole panel. set this aside to dry. (or dry with the heat it tool)
Once fully dry place your die (Tims 660955) and cut. you need to make sure it’s fully dry for this or your paper will tear. Repeat this till there is no more space.
They always turn out different, and I just love them so much. (handy tip, any extra throw them in with the dies, then you’ll know where they are and have them for later)
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Supplies Used: Dies: Leaves Tim Holtz 660955, Unity Sentiment dies, Unity scallop rectangle set, the scallop edge is pretty pink posh, Enamel dots are Gina Marie design, I used Tim’s Distress mica sprays in Wicked Elixir, Distress sprays are Crackling Campfire and Rustic Wilderness, Bronze spray is also Tim’s. The image is colored with Copic markers