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Saturday, 26 November 2016

Christmas wreaths


Hello!

Only 4 weeks until christmas, eeek 😱, have you done any xmas shopping yet?! I have not done anything but just card making, as yes I know I keep going on about this but I have been busy making stuff for my stall, and yes it is still the on on the 3rd and 4th December! lol.

So this time I have been making cards to sell in packs of 5 made from the Wondrous Wreath collection:

 

This collection is made up of the Wondrous Wreath photopolymer stamps and the Wonderful Wreath framelit dies.

These make such lovely christmas cards, and a tip when cutting them out is to cut out the middle first (using the smallest wreath die), do the stamping and then cut out the finished wreath with the largest wreath die. This just allows you to cut it out and stamp it perfectly without anything getting missed off and allows lining it up a bit easier, but try it out yourself and see which way you prefer to do it.


These are my finished cards, I used embossing folders behind to give the look of snowfall or a wooden door/background. The white card uses the Softly Falling embossing folder and the brown card uses the Woodgrain embossing folder. All the main products will be listed at the bottom of this page for you to click on and purchase from my online shop!

Everything else on the cards were either from the framelit dies (Noel) or the stamp set (Happy Wonderful Christmas). Another tip though, is to stamp the sentiment before you put the card through the embossing folder as otherwise it could make it harder to get a clean image from the stamp. I also used the negative of the Softly Falling embossing folder as I wanted to have the snow fall inwards instead of sticking out, just a personal preference and wanted to try something different!

Anyways they are my cards for now, I hope you like them and thank you for reading my blog until next time...

Sarah xx
 
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