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A Winter Wreath

October 2, 2018

This card is loosely based on another of the cards in the Holiday Catalogue using the Winter Woods stamp sets.  I stamped the greeting from the Winter Woods stamp set onto Very Vanilla card using Merry Merlot ink.  The stamped panel is attached to Mossy Meadow card and then scored and folded Merry Merlot card.  I used the Stamparatas and small leaf image in the Winter Woods stamp set to create a wreath on Very Vanilla card using Mossy Meadow ink.  I cut out the wreath panel using one of the dies in the Layering Squares Framelits Dies and attached it to a Merry Merlot scalloped square cut using the same dies.  The image panel is attached to the card front using dimensionals.  I stamped two more leaves onto Very Vanilla card using Mossy Meadow ink and cut them out using the In The Woods Framelits Dies.  I stamped the pine cone onto Very Vanilla card using Soft Suede ink and cut it out using the co-ordinating In The Woods Framelits Die.  The pinecone and leaves are attached to the stamped wreath.  I cut a bow from Merry Merlot card using the die from the Bouquet Bunch Framelits.  The bow is attached over the leaves and pine cone.

To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the leaf image from the Winter Woods stamp set three times onto the top right hand corner of Very Vanilla card using Mossy Meadow ink.  I stamped a pine cone onto scrap Very Vanilla card using Soft Suede ink and cut it out using the co-ordinating In The Woods Framelits Die.  The pine cone is attached over the ends of the leaves.

This card doesn’t really look like the one in the catalogue, but it certainly gave me the inspiration to create this card.

Bye for now,

Kris

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