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Leaf Printing Tutorial

Leaf Printing Tutorial

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Step-by-step tutorial on creating the leaf printing technique with stamping inks, embossing power and real leaves.
Step-by-step tutorial on creating the leaf printing technique with stamping inks, embossing power and real leaves.

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Published by: erikaerin on Oct 12, 2009
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Leaf Printing Technique Tutorial
By Erika Martin (Stampin’ Mama)www.stampinmama.com This is the perfect time to use the bounty of the fall season to create amazingone-of-a-kind cards. Fallen leaves, or even leaves that are still green (if you’re in an area that doesn’t have shedding leaves at this time of year)work to make beautiful tags, focal pieces, or even stunning backgrounds foryour fall projects.
 
 
Supplies:
* “Thanks so much” stamp from the Sincere Salutations set (Stampin’ UP)* Cardstock: Really Rust, More Mustard, Old Olive, Very Vanilla, Kraft* Ink: Really Rust, More Mustard, Old Olive, Versamark * Clear embossing powder* Embossing gun* Stamping sponges* Pop-dots* Ivory grosgrain ribbon* different sized leaves
Step 1:
Cut a piece of Really Rust cardstock at 4¼ x 11 inches and fold in half to createyour card base.
 
 
Step 2:
Cut a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock at 3 ¾x 5 inches.
Step 3:
Completely ink up the back of somedifferent sized dry leaves (I gatheredmine outside in the yard) withVersamark ink.
Step 4:
Press the back sides of the leaves onto thepiece of Very Vanilla cardstock, rubbingover them with your hand (or a brayer) totransfer the Versamark ink to the cardstock.Use different types and sizes of leaves tocover the cardstock with imprints of theleaves.

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