As you can see from the example, the shape of the tree foliage and the placement, number and shape of the 'holes' is entirely up to you. All of my fantasy step-outs are meant to be a starting place. If you're looking something easy and relaxing, you can follow the steps exactly and create something nice.
If you are feeling creative, you can embellish and change to your heart's content and end up with something that is totally yours.
I call these fantasy patterns, not because I'm thinking of fairies and unicorns and strange mythical places, but because I hope they'll help you meld what's real and what lurks in your mind so you can draw worlds found only in the imagination.
Other Fantasy Step-Outs
Popcorn Tree and Popcorn Leaves
Chick and Bunny
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