As Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators, we have a Facebook page that we can share ideas and projects on. I saw this technique done with Autumn Leaves and had to give it a try since a love fall.
As you will see in the video, every time you do this technique you get a different look. Important tips to remember is you want leaves that are not dry. As you will need them to have moisture to them. I found I got better results after a rain to collect my leaves. Of course you want no water still on the leaves but it seemed to make them more colorful. I also found that Maple leaves worked the best for me, Oak leaves were a second.
I used Stampin’ Up!’s Fluid 100 Watercolor Paper as it is a thick paper designed especially for water coloring.
It is so cool every time you do this technique you get another great background. Now watch how each it is to do this technique.Product List