Since I've had so much fun playing along with the Merry Monday challenge I decided I should check out the Festive Friday challenge as well. The photo they provided this fortnight immediately sparked an idea in my head and it actually translated pretty easily onto my card. Love when that happens! I made the wreath using branches from Papertrey's Bells & Boughs set (here it is again!) and added some Stickle berries to it for some colour and shine. Quick, simple and flat for mailing. Awesome!
Cardstock: (Real Red) Stampin' Up
Patterned Paper: (Lakeside 6x6) Pebbles
Stamps: (Leaves from Bells & Boughs, Berries from Holida Cheer, Christmas from City Scene Christmas Sentiments) Papertrey Ink
Ink: (VersaFine Onyx Black) Tsukineko, (Real Red, Old Olive, Garden Green, Wild Wasabi) Stampin' Up
Dies: (Wonderful Words: Holiday) Papertrey Ink
Glitter: (Xmas Red Stickles) Ranger
You are on a Christmas card roll Jen. This is fabulous. Love the stamping on the woodgrain paper. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Festive Friday!
A lovely Christmas wreath! I'm busy assembling Xmas cards too, must be something to do with the weather :-)
Whoa!! How cool does your wreath look like stamped on patterned paper!! Great idea and very effective too :0)
Wohooo!! u nailed the inspiration photo :) totally awesome !
So beautiful! Love the texture of that woodgrain! So glad you joined us at Festive Friday!
This is so beautiful, Jen! Love the woodgrain and the lovely wreath!
I love that background paper, Jen, and your stamping of the wreath is beautiful.
There's a Festive Friday, as well as a Merry Monday? Must check that out! You have totally captured the inspiration photo. Really must stop hoarding my woodgrain patterned papers. ;)
Oh my! This looks so great! Love that wood look patterned paper!!!
Beautiful! I love the stickle berries!
So glad you gave us a try at Festive Friday!!! I love this…simple but lovely, with a perfect balance of color! Thanks so much for joining us!
What a great idea to stamp the wreath onto the 'wood' background, love it!
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