Click to enlarge the scrapbook cluster and then right-click (PC) or control-click (Mac) to download it to your hard drive.
I'm a little biased, but I think this cluster came out kind of pretty! ;-) It reminds me a lot of the seemingly billions of leaves that used to fall every autumn in the yard of the house I grew up in. There was a liquid amber tree in the front yard that had beautiful colored leaves in the fall. It stood out, because there weren't a lot of colorful leaves in the part of L.A.'s San Fernando Valley where I lived. Most trees went from green to gray-brown to naked in rapid succession. Now I live in South Florida and there's nary an autumn leaf to be seen. But we do have spectacular giant flowering trees with blossoms in bright shades of persimmon and yellow in the spring, so that kind of balances things out.
If you'd like to purchase the CU/S4H/PU fall leaves used to construct the cluster or the fall papers that match them, click the links below:
There's also a bundle for a reduced price if you want both. It includes a bonus free quickpage that uses the cluster in this post.
Happy scrapping! :-)