This is how I scrunched the leaves. Using Jute String, and a large eye needle, sew a running stitch down the middle of each leaf and pull to gather. These suede leaves come in many colors and are a snap to use!
When I got to the base of each leaf, I added a button using the same string. After trimming the string, I then taped string end down with scotch tape and secured entire leaf and button to card using glue dots. Let's see what leaves fall into your creations this week! If you upload to a public forum, please use keyword, ssnotime155. Remember to upload to Mr Linky over on Sharon's BLOG.
Check out the falling leaves captured in the Stamp Simply Designers creations!
Sharon Johnson, No Time To Stamp? Deb Neerman: Paper, Ink, Scissors & Stamps Barbara Anders: Paper Pursuits Jenny Gropp: One Krafty Kat. Janine Orchard: 2bKrafty AJ Otto: The Willow Garden Deb Saaranen: Dream In Color
PAPER: Crafty Secrets Halloween Images & Journal Notes, Kaiser 6" Up, Up & Away Designer paper pad (STAMP SIMPLY RIBBON STORE), Vintage Cream Cardstock (Papertreyink), All other (SU) INK: Tim Hotlz Old Paper Distress Ink (Joan's Gardens) OTHER: Sheer Black Ribbon, Suede leaves, & Jute String (STAMP SIMPLY RIBBON STORE), sponge dauber, Kaiser Adhesive Pearls (STAMP SIMPLY RIBBON STORE), ticket corner punch (EK Success), large eye sewing needle, adhesives, misc buttons