I think you will agree with me that she has done a stunning job! So here are the pictures so you can see for yourself!
There are around 50 of the larger McGill leaves and 23 of the McGill Pine branch punch. I used clear stickles on the Pine branch and edged the others with a brown tombow. I enhanced the faint scroll on the paper (tim holtz paper pad) with dimensional magic then layered the printed workds on acetate over the top with some bling. I mde my own fling flourish tracing off a wooden flourish!
The Dusty Attic gates are inked in black then embossed with "verdigris embossing powder" by Ranger, them mum had some Napier tartan left over from when she made my kilt (ah way back in 1979!) so I've used a piece of that. The leaf punches to make a blue tree with Dimensional Magic round the edges of the leaves. Some of the paper squares are raised using magic mount.
These are STUNNING Kathryn - thank you very much for sharing your inspiration and tips with us!
Embellish It has the punches, stickles, paper and Dusty Attic products that Kathryn used to make her stunning layouts so if you need any just send us an e-mail and we will be happy to help you out.
Thanks again Kathryn!