I stamped Crumb Cake card with the Hardwood Background stamp using Crumb Cake ink and sponged the edges of the card using the same ink. I attached the stamped card to scored and folded Crumb Cake card. I cut four pieces of Crumb Cake card to represent panels on a door which I stamped with the same stamp and ink. I sponged the edges with Crumb Cake ink before attaching the panels to the card front using dimensionals. You have to stamp three images one on top of the other to create the wreath. I stamped the first image onto Very Vanilla card using Wild Wasabi ink, the second image using Garden Green ink and the third image using Cherry Cobbler. I managed to line up the first two images perfectly but I think my berries are a little off! To make it easier to line them up you have a little tab on each image, so, if you place the tab in the same position you can line them up fairly easily. There are two Framelits to cut out the wreath, one for the outside and one for the inside. Each of these framelits also has the tab so that you can position them correctly. Next I stamped the bow image from the Wondrous Wreath stamp set onto Very Vanilla card using Cherry Cobbler ink. This image also has a matching framelit in the Wonderful Wreath Framelits Dies. I attached the bow to the wreath.
Inside I stamped the greeting from the same stamp set onto Very Vanilla card using Cherry Cobbler ink.
I think that it looks like a wreath hanging on the front door, well at least I hope it does. Have I got it right?
Only one day and you too can try out this stamp set and matching framelits, which, by the way, is a bundle in the Holiday Catalogue. Woohoo!
Bye for now,
Tomorrow I can show you what the stamp set and framelits.