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Friday, December 1, 2017

Wreath For the Season

I enjoy a wreath for any season but when it comes to winter and the holidays I get a little weak in the knees for a Christmas wreath! So many styles to choose from fresh to artificial. 

An everlasting circle of evergreens and berries is top of the list and today I have a stenciled card with tons of character and sparkle! 

There is another reason for my blog post today that will open up more ideas with Stampendous holiday stamps and more. Stop by their blog from Monday, Wednesday AND today for inspirational Christmas projects! 

You do not want to miss another huge hop this week with Vicky Papaioannou using Stampendous products on her Youtube Channel. There is so much to see this week! Maybe grab a favorite hot drink and enjoy some project posts and videos today!

Are you ready to find out how this glimmering card was made?

Supplies: I link to my Amazon Affiliate Program which means if you make a purchase through one of these links some pennies are sent my way at no cost to you. Non-affiliate links are provided when available.

  • Wreath Metal Stencil (AZ, STM)
  • Sunflower Micro Glitter (AZ, STM)
  • Lime Micro Glitter (AZSTM)
  • Red Micro Glitter (AZSTM)
  • Multi Ultra Fine Crystal Glitter (AZSTM)
  • Rose Jewel Ultra Fine Glitter (AZSTM)
  • Sticky Panels (AZ, STM)
  • Versamark Watermark Ink Pad by Tsukineko (AZ, STM)
  • Mixed Media White Paper (AZ, STM)
  • My Colors Cardstock by My Mind's Eye - Parrot
  • Bazzill Brick Cardstock
  • Extra piece of cardstock
  • Eyelet Setter (AZ) and Hammer or 1/16-inch (AZ) and 1/8-inch (AZ) hole punches 
  • ZipDry Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives (AZ)
  • 3M Scotch 2090 Blue Painters Tape: 1-inch (AZBlick)
  1. Make a tent card from 8-1/2 x 5-1/2 inch Parrot cardstock.
  2. Trim Double-Sided Mounting paper to the size of the stencil.
  3. Remove liner and place on white cardstock, rub down so it is secure on the cardstock.
  4. Trace the berries through the stencil onto extra cardstock and use eyelet tool to make a stencil.
  5. Remove top liner off of white cardstock and place down on a flat surface
  6. Tap Watermark Ink onto the back of Wreath stencil covering completely. Align on top of the sticky panel of white cardstock and tape down.
  7. Align the eyelet stencil over Wreath and tape down.
  8. Add Red Micro Glitter in certain spots, tap off excess and repeat with Rose Jewel Glitter.
  9. Take of eyelet stencil and mask around the ribbon of the Wreath stencil and repeat Red and Rose glitter.
  10. Take off the mask around the ribbon and finish with Lime Micro Glitter.
  11. Remove mask and Wreath stencil and sprinkle Sunflower Micro Glitter sparingly around exposed sticky panel. 
  12. Sprinkle Multi Ultra Fine Crystal Glitter over the entire sticky paper and rub in, remove excess and trim white cardstock away.
  13. Glue to Brick cardstock and then onto Parrot card base.
This blog post contains goodies I received for free from some of my favorite crafting companies. I blog about things I love to make and the comments I use are honest and my opinion.

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  1. Beautiful wreath and love the sparkle.
    Sue in Ohio

  2. The glittery wreath is beautiful! I love Christmas cards which have some glitter.

  3. The glitter looks great on this card. I love the wreath.

  4. Love your beautiful wreath card! I am partial to wreath designs too. Lovely stencil!

  5. What a stunner--love all the sparkle!

  6. It's plain and simple and so pretty.
    thanks for sharing.

  7. Love your beautiful glittery wreath.

  8. Beautiful card and what a wonderful wreath stamp


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