FALL LEAF PAPER TAGS OR GARLAND
The temperature has been dropping, and my hydrangea flowers are turning into a rosy shade of delicate petals. I've also spent the past week wrapped in perfectly cozy sweaters. So, I think that today warrants a Fall post.
Some time ago, I picked up this mini (5/8") oak leaf punch (you can find a similar product HERE). Of course, there's no better motif than a leaf for a Fall post! I decided to create some cute little tags with it. To do so, first I used a 2 1/2" circle punch to make the tag shapes in different "Fallish" colours on card stock, plus black to juxtapose each tag.
Then I punched leaves around the colourful tags.
When I paired them with a black circle, you could see their silhouettes shine through. Use a hole punch to create the little tag holes.
Feed twine through and the tags are complete!
Alternately, you can make a cute garland. I used sticker letters to spell out "Fall". But the options are endless.
I like traditional Fall colours, but I have to admit that I'm really loving this combo!
Thanks for taking a look. I hope you're enjoying the cooler temps as much as I am!
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