Welcome blog friends.. I hope you are having an awesome day. I am starting my day with this ScrapbookPal card. I am using all dies today, so no stamping. Let's get started...
Create a card from card-stock (A2) using white card-stock.
I started with die cutting all of my pieces out that I need to create the wreath. I always die cut a little extra just incase I want to add more of the flowers or leaves. With all the pieces die cut out I adhere all the flower pieces together first then focus on creating the wreath. I first place the wreath on the card and use Press n Seal to pick up the wreath in place and add the glue. The Press n Seal helps keep the wreath in place so you don’t have to figure out how to place it again.
Before I added the wreath to the card I added a strip of designer paper. This helps give my card a little more color for my background. I added that strip of paper using Bearly Art Precision Craft Glue.
Now to add the glue to the wreath and then to the card. The press n seal does not damage the paper it has just enough hold and peel of very easily.
To finish I added the die cut sentiment also using Bearly Art Precision Craft Glue. I wanted the letters to stand out more so I added a little white gel pen here and there. I felt that I was still missing something so I added a few Pinkfresh Studio Metallic Pearls Matte Silver using the EK Looks Craft Tweezers and Bearly Art Precision Craft Glue.
Lots of die cutting but so worth it. This set creates the prettiest wreath and you really can go wild with color. Depends on the mood and the occasion you are creating for.
- Spellbinders Wreath Builder Cutting Dies
- Spellbinders Smooth Lines Mix & Match Sentiments Cutting Dies - Pinkfresh Studio: Metallic Pearls Matte Silver
- Bearly Art Precision Craft Glue
- EK Tools Craft Tweezers
Dont you just love that wreath?
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What a delightful way to say thank you!ReplyDelete