Hello stamping friends! The more Christmas cards the merrier, that is! I am here with another one for you today as my pile of completed cards is growing! This idea of stamping many images and having them die cut and ready to go is really working for me. I had quite a few die cut holly leaves with berries leftover after THIS project and when I saw them on my desk the next morning I decided to make them into a wreath.
This is creativity at it's best! I began with a white die cut circle, and drew a light pencil line inside the circle to help me keep the shape as I filled in the die cut leaves and berries. I added some stamped pine boughs behind the die cuts, and a few dots of different colors of Copics to help the eye see the circle.
Choosing to go for the bling, I used the Wink of Stella Shimmer pen on the berries, and added glitter here and there. And of course - sequins to go with the gold embossed sentiment.
I am adding this to
the sketch at Sunday Stamps,
Tic Tac Toe Challenge where I chose the right row down.
and the Card Concept where I went with the Clean and Layered Style.
That's a lot of challenges in one post for me! Thanks for your visit today, and for sticking with me through this long post.
Delight in your craft
Make something beautiful!
Stamps: The Greetery - Sentiment Suite: Christmas and dies, PTI- Seasonal Borders: Winter
Paper: Neenah Solar White, DSP from Rosy Cosy Christmas
Accessories: Sequins, Gold embossing Powder, Diamond Stickles, The Greetery - Nordic Frames Dies