Paper Leaves to Create Fall Wreath


fall wreath with paper leaves using cardstock, scrapbook papers and svg cut files
 
Enjoy all the rich colors and textures of autumn with your own wreath made from scrapbook papers.  Select your own color palette for fall or find that perfect stack of coordinated papers from your favorite scrapbook store. 
 
use a variety of leaves from svg cutting files
 
Kristin Courtney, the creative soul behind this beautiful fall design said she cut out the leaves using 10 different patterned and embossed papers. The edges are all inked in brown and then inked again with gold.  Each leaf is gently creased and bent here and there to add depth and a natural look.
 
Kristin hot glued the leaves to a ring made from chipboard. "It took 10 sheets of cardstock to make 72 leaves and the acorns for this full sized wreath."
 
The banner is cut from muslin, letters are cut from cardstock and glued to the pennants and then strung on twine.
 
embossed leaves inked with gold and fall banner
 
We added many leaf styles, acorns, the pennent and wreath backing for this design so you can make your own Fall Wreath.  Comes in smooth cutting SVG, AI, DXF and GSD file formats.
 
 

4 comments

  1. WOW... What a beautiful wreath!! I am always amazed at what wonderful things we can make with a cut file and some paper. Fantastic Inspiration!!

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  2. Absolutely amazing!!! I LOVE this!
    Sherrie K

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  3. Is this attached to a wreath form?

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    1. Hi Elizabeth, A wreath form was made by cutting a ring from a flat piece of chipboard. You could also use a cardboard.

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