great for scrapbooking!
I used these giant leaves in my layouts for fall and Thanksgiving. I only used one per year and put them on top of brown paper. I mounted my photos on another shade of brown paper & placed them all over the leaf. I added brown & orange ribbon, paired together, and my layout was beautiful!
February 19, 2011
large and beautiful
The colors are bright and have good detail. They where bit larger then I thought , but it will work with what I want to do with them. I just wish they would of came in a slightly bigger quantity, so I did not have to buy more to cover what I wanted done.
May 15, 2012
We bought these to use on the backs of chairs instead of sashes. We are tying them with a cordinating ribbon. It's a unique idea and cheaper than the sashes. They are bigger than I realized so I only have to use one on each chair (which is a plus) and they are thick enough to hold up.
April 13, 2011
HUGE LEAVES !!
I am impressed with the size and the color. They are a foot long. They also have decent detail. I am glad I ordered them.
February 16, 2011
Fall Leave's Decor
This last fall we purchased some fall decor items for our Children's Hall at our Church. These added a great "season" change to our overall decor.
January 4, 2011
Large leaves printed on both sides. Lightweight cardboard. Good to hang from ceiling or in windows. Bright orange/tan colors.
October 30, 2010
Great for Kids, Not for our Wedding
These are great little leaves, but we won't be using them for wedding decor. They're made from heavy card stock and they price is definitely right. Unfortunately, they're really bright and seem better suited for classroom decorations (as described) than wedding decorations. They're just too "Cartoonish" for our wedding reception...
July 19, 2010
I bought these for my fall wedding this year and although they are good quality I'm not to crazy for them. They are a lot larger than I thought and I'm not sure if they will float attached to balloons like I wanted them for. But they are nice for other things.
June 30, 2010