This tree branch and leafy canopy, along with a heart canopy, were my first ever tree dies. I was excited to have such a big leafy tree. Then I realized that all it does is cut leaf shaped holes into you paper. I mean sure you could piece all those leaves onto your card around the tree branches in a pleasing manner if you were insane.
Apparently I'm insane because I decided to try that die inlay technique with it, which is the basically the same thing. It was my first time doing the die inlay technique, because of you are going to do it, do it big, right? After the 4 weeks it took me to put all the leaves back into the holes I thought, "Now what?"
You sponge the sky, add some birds, grass that needs mowing and a greeting, of course. Here's a close up of the inlaidedness (which is a word because I said so).
The Fine Print: Twiggy Tree, Leafy Canopy, and Resting Birds by Memory Box. grass by A Muse Studio, corner punch by unknown (from back in the day before stamp companies figured out that people are going t want to know who made it) and greeting by Stampendous.