Here are the supplies you will need for this project:
- die-cut machine and dies/cartridges with leaves (I used Cricut Doodlecharms, but there are many other cartridges that have leaves on them.)
- leaf punches
- chalks or inks
- embossing stylus
- cardstock in your choice of colors
- mouse pad or foam mat
- circle cutter (optional)
After you’ve cut all your shapes, add some details by scoring veins into your leaves with an embossing stylus and foam pad. I used a real leaf as a model.
Apply chalk or ink to the embossed areas to add dimension and make them stand out.
Using a die-cut machine, a circle cutter or a plate, cut a doughnut shape to create the wreath base. Adhere the leaves and other shapes to the wreath, layering as you fill up the wreath.
This is a great project to do with the kids. Don’t limit yourself to only fall scrapbook paper and cardstock. You can use any paper that will work with your tools and machines, including your children’s construction paper. Happy fall, y’all!