Here's a simple wreath to make. Use the largest and 3rd size down of the circle dies to make the wreath frame. I'm just guessing here, but cut off about 3' to 4' of the silver cording (I didn't measure). Tape one end to the back of the frame and start wrapping. You'll have to make tightness (spacing) adjustments along the way. When done, if there's cording left cut it and tape down the end. This is where I added the poinsettia and foliage. Loop ribbon around the wreath and adhere to the back of the panel the wreath will be attached to. I have raised dimensionals on the back of the wreath to adhere it to the blue panel.
The foliage is left over from a previous project, but it has been embossed with silver ep.
The Poinsettia is stenciled with blue ink and silver micro beads are the center.
Date: Thursday, November 21, 2013 GMT Views: 981
Registered: February 5, 2007 Location: St. Louis, MO Posts: 61403
Fri, Nov 22, 2013 @ 1:37 PM
A sensational as well as VERY elegant card, Jennifer. Love the silver and gray combination and the touch of royal blue. You have such a wonderful sense of design on each and every card that you create.
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Tue, Nov 26, 2013 @ 12:14 AM
OH - MY - GOODNESS! This is stunning - the simplicity of the design is breathtaking along with all that silvery richness! I think my Mum would love to have a go at this, I'll have to show her your card!