Tutorial-Stamp Your Own Autumn Patterned Paper – Vintage Leaves

Autumn is most definitely my favourite season. Over here in the UK, the leaves are beginning to turn wonderful shades of brown, red, orange and yellow. And on a day like today (on the day I’m writing this post), the trees look glorious against a blue sky and a very definite slight chill in the breeze.

Today was exactly like the day back in 2009 that I took a selphie (did I spell that right?) of me and my baby daughter on an autumnal walk. The scrapbook page I made about it can be found here.

Right, back to today’s post – I’m going to share how I made the background paper (from the above scrapbook page) using the gorgeous leaves from the Vintage Leaves set. And if you fancy coming back tomorrow, I will show you what cards I made with it.

Hope you have a go at making your own papers – they can be used for both scrapbooking and cardmaking. If you’d like to know what I made with this paper, please click here.

Helen Xx

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Helen

Papercraft designer & educator. My aim is to inspire and provide easy to follow tutorials - so you can create my projects with ease. You can find my projects on my website, Youtube and in papercraft magazines.

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