I am sharing a GREEN project with you. This time, I am using Leafy Sprigs Etched Dies.
There are many ways of using leaf dies like this. I started out spraying (Distress Oxide spray) on watercolor paper. Let dry and then die cut. This is the reason why I love buying distress Oxide Sprays. A little spritz of colors and you can die cut any way you like it!
👉👉With the negative die (yes, those negative part--don't throw it away just yet!!), I positioned it in place and started stenciling leaves in the background.
You can use shades of colors (such as green) to help define the depth of your background.
Before adhering the leaves onto the card front, I added lots of splatter. Once I positioned the leaves in place, I added sequins.
What do you think? Hope you like this version, Thanks for stopping by!
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Gorgeous leaves! Love the range of greens—look lovely together.
What a brilliant idea for a 2nd use of a die!
So pretty! Love the colors and dimension!
So very gorgeous with the colorful leaves on your card!
I love the golden yellow and green colors, gorgeous!
Love your colours on this card. It really caught my eye!
I LOVE the colors and this leaf die!!!
This is gorgeous! Love how you've managed so many
colours for the leaves!
Nice color for the leaves. I like the varied combination.
I like your use of oxide sprays to color the paper before die cutting these leaves.
amazing colours on your leaves Virginia. Love the blues and greens together. And great use of the negative as a stencil.
Very pretty card. Love the negative space stencils. Nothing put to waste!
So beautifully done!
These are so clever and love your color choices!
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