Hello crafty friends! Happy new week! It’s Keiko from Happy Tree Studio here today sharing this fall wreath card with you all. Have you checked all the fun new items in the Honey Bee Stamps store? If not, click here to check them out! There are so many fun & pretty goodies to play with!
My card today features the beautiful Fall Bouquets Die along with some Halloween die cuts and a sentiment stamp. This die set allows you to easily create stunning flower arrangement, but today I decided to use them to create a wreath instead.
First, I die cut all the elements I plan to use from various types of card stocks. Some from colored card stocks, and some from glitter or burlap paper. I love mixing up all kinds of different textures! In addition to these flowers, leaves and acorns, I also die cut tiny circles to use as berries (any die or punches will do). To make my wreath a little bit playful, I decided to add these cute ghost, pumpkins, and bats from Haunted House Add On die set. After die cutting all the elements, I inked and curled up the edges of the petals and leaves.
For the background, I cut the white woodgrain pattern paper from Great Outdoors paper pack to 5.5″ x 5.5″ and lightly drew a circle in the middle with a pencil (this will serve as a guide when we construct our wreath). The sentiment is from the new Grateful Each Day stamp set. I stamped the middle line with a purple ink and heat embossed the rest with brown embossing powder.
Now the fun part! I arranged all the elements the way I like and adhered them with liquid glue and foam tapes. I made tiny bows with black and white ribbon from my stash and added them to my wreath. For added texture, I applied some Glossy Accents and glitter to the flower centers, edges of the leaves, berries and acorns. I made 5.5″ x 5.5″ card base out of the heavy weight white card stock and adhere the wreath panel. As a final touch, I tied some twine on the top.
Thank you so much for stopping by today.
Wishing you a wonderful week!!