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Monday, November 28, 2016

A Wreath

I was inspired by the colors in Color My Heart Color Dare #221 to create a Holiday card.

The Snowflakes embossing folder was used to add a bit of texture to the Poppy cardstock.  And the new Thin Cuts available to coordinate with the Wreath stamp make it so easy to cut the wreath shape.  In order to create a bit of dimension and border for the wreath, it was also cut from Goldrush cardstock and then offset just a bit to add some additional contrast for the shape.  One of the fabulous Holiday sentiments from the Very Merry stamp set adds a bit of cheer.  Some red Enamel Gems and a piece of ribbon from the Rustic Home ribbon pack add the finishing touches.  



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Sheila Bennett
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6 comments:

  1. Fabulous wreath card, Sheila! I love your double layered wreath over the embossed background. Great job of using just the challenge colors. Thanks for sharing this lovely card with us at the Color Dare blog this week!
    :) Marie

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  2. Great card Sheila. I love the layering of the wreath. Thanks for playing along at the Color My Heart Color Dare this week.

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  3. Great card! Love the lace bow on the wreath. Thank you for inspiring us at Color My Heart Challenge Blog.

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  4. Lovely card, Sheila. I especially like the embossing and the beautiful lace. Thanks for taking a Color Dare.

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  5. Love the lace ribbon with the wreath. I would have never thought to combine with the snowflakes, awesome. Thank you for joining us this week on Color My Heart.

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  6. Love how you did the layering of your wreath and the lace ribbon is beautiful. Thanks for sharing with us at Color Dare this week, and please join the next fun challenge with metallic colors.

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Thanks for your comments! It is always nice to hear some feedback. :)