Monday, 3 December 2012

Christmas Wreath

Hello Everyone,

I know it been a long time since I posted but hopefully you will like what I have to share with you all today. I have been busy making Christmas wreaths and with 12 wonderful ladies we have made some very similar but quite unique wreaths.








Mainly the paper was Be of Good Cheer from the main catalogue, but crafters have also used the Candlelight delight and first edition speciality DSP. The Ornament Keepsake bundle, and the Snowflake Flurry Die. scraps of DSP from last years catalogue mixed with paper from the Festival of Prints DSP. the ornament, circle, oval and scallop circle punches were uses and also the flower punch. the embellished with vintage buttons, tule, we also needed a lot of pins, and a small amount of glue. the green card colours varies across the colour families including Gumball Green and Lucky Limeade.








Inks used Early Expresso, Cherry Cobbler and Gumball Green.








This was Vicky and Sue's version




The vintage version using the First Edition DSP.








Paula made this to match her lounge for the whole year!




We inked the Tule with black staz on.....so good in different colours!








The girls in action wrapping the wreath.




Pat changed it to the opposite colours and it just great!




Amanda sent me her finished version.




We used the bird punch for leaves.




The main colours used were Cherry Cobbler, Gumball Green, Old Olive, Real Red, Gold and Silver Card.

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