November/Fall Page

 

 

HOW TO MAKE:

  • I took two pieces of coordinating paper. I cut tore the center piece on each side to give it a torn look
  • Cut the letters using my Cricut at one inch
  • Cut squares to adhere the letters to
  • Used the "Stretch Your Imagination" cartridge and cut the trees at eight inches, four inches, and two inches
  • I used my small EK Success leaf punch to add some leaves to the page

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