For today’s rustic fall wreath, I pulled out an oldie but goodie stamp set. The Country Wreath stamp set includes pieces to make a wreath for any season. I’m so ready for the crisp fall weather and the warm colors of autumn!
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To start out, I heat embossed the wreath, hugs stamp, and berries in Antique Gold embossing powder. I first prepped the paper with anti static powder and then used Nuvo Clear Mark Ink to stamp the images. I’m loving the Nuvo brand of embossing ink! The pad is super juicy and produces a nice clean image. I stamped the maple leaf in Hero Arts Ombre Autumn ink. This ink pad has a beautiful variation of fall colors that’s just gorgeous. The rest of the images were stamped in Distress Inks. The colors are: Barn Door, Peeled Paint, Forest Moss, Spiced Marmalade, and Fossilized Amber. There is a soft halo of Mustard seed around and over the finished wreath. After stamping…you can take a clean cloth and lightly wipe away ink that sits on top of the smooth embossing powder.
I added a few Nuvo drops to finish off the card. Autumn Red and Bottle Green are the larger dots. The super small dots are Copper Penny. To get the tiny splatter like drops, I just barely “kissed” the drop coming out of the container onto the paper. After drying, I added the finished panel onto coordinating card stock and this one’s all done!
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