The die-cut leaves in the "Gypsy Moon" Scrapbook and Documenter Kits are the perfect embellishments for all your autumn projects! Whether you're incorporating them into the design of your page or using them for a fun pop of color, the die-cut leaves are a great addition to any project. Check out all the ways the Creative Team is using die-cut leaves in their projects this month.
Catherine Davis created movement with her die-cut leaves on her project, Sweet. She placed them randomly around her photo and title and kept the rest of the layout subtle to allow the focus to remain on the leaves.
Carson Riutta used die-cut leaves in opposite pockets in her spread, Renaissance Wrap-Up. They can be found peeking out from behind the title and as a complementary embellishment on her "weekend" card.
Carla De Taboada used several die-cut leaves throughout her Traveler's Notebook spread, Hot Drink Weather. They go great with her photograph of the changing leaves and the patterned paper backing her other photo.
Gypsy Moon Scrapbook Kit Workshop teacher, Paige Evans, combined her die-cut leaves with fussy-cut leaves to create a colorful, dynamic border for her layout. To see more of this layout and learn Paige's tips for creating it, be sure to check out this month's workshop!
There's so much you can do with the die-cut leaves in the "Gypsy Moon" Scrapbook and Documenter Kits. What do you plan on doing with yours? Post your creations in the gallery and add a link in the comments. We can't wait to see what you'll make!