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Unbe-LEAF-ably Easy Autumn Cards🍁

Hi Guys, Kelly here, my 2nd blog post and its my birthday! whoo hoo! For todays blog post I'm using Honey Bees Lovely Layers Maple Leaf Die. This die set is AMAZING & makes creating leaves so easy! This die set was a gift to myself, lol :)
 To start off I grabbed some Alcohol ink panels that had "Autumn Colors" and I used the shadow die and die cut it. Then I grabbed some white & Gold cardstock and die cut the top layer (2 white & 1 gold). I glued them all together. I added a gold bow on top of the stem base.amd glued it onto my base panel which was added to 110lb Kraft Cardstock.
I made a few cards with slight variations (Background, sentiments & embellishments)
The one above (sentiment) is Altenew Label Love & the Background is Memory Box Pinpoint leaf die. I didn't add anything extra (embellishments) but I did on the others. 
What's great about this die from Honey Bee is you can use anything as your shadow layer.  I just happened to use Alcohol inks because I had them made. You can make a striped layer with scraps, a patterned paper layer, mirrored cardstock or anything!
Here's a 3rd card I made below.
Thank you so much for stopping by! Have an awesome UnbeLEAFable day🍁❤🌞

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