Color burst Leaf Wreath

Autumn is one of my favorite seasons of the year. I enjoy everything about it, the crisp mornings, the colorful leaves falling everywhere, all things apple and pumpkin, long cozy nights, homemade soup simmering on the stove, wood fires, etc. etc. – You get the idea – I love fall!  Today I’m sharing two cards I made featuring beautiful colorburst leaf wreaths….let’s get started.

To create the background for my card:

To create my wreath:

To finish my card I:

Inside there are three more punched leaves (this time in Kraft edged in Walnut Stain) and a sentiment from the Heartfelt Creations set, All Things Are Possible.

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2 Responses to Color burst Leaf Wreath

  1. Oh my goodness is this ever stunning, I have got to try this, I just love how you finish off the inside too, I do that occasionally but not as often as I should, I am lucky to get the front done and the card in the mail on time. Love the colors you used in the background too, looks great!

  2. Greta H says:

    I cannot imagine punching all those leaves, Esther, but your card is a stunner!

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