It's been stinkin' hot here, so its been fun to create some fall cards! This is another one that uses the Juntos dsp and two punched scalloped squares to form a rectangle. The really rust rectangle is the negative - its whats leftover from using the die cuts to cut out the leaves.
The Juntos paper is really pretty, I just adore the "really rust" colors - I think it speaks to (but with a spanish accent!) the same things I love about the tuscan oranges and reds!
And some of my favorite shiny copper brads (I hate that these were discontinued!). I miss the changing of leaves - here in FL we have "evergreens" (trees that stay green year round, not just pines) and those that go "bald" (drop their leaves) during the winter months. There is no pretty saffrons, rusts, oranges, reds as the leaves change colors and drop. Its pretty much all or nothing (green or nothing!). That's probably why "tropicals" like crotons are so popular for outdoor shrubs.