is running a sale on her digis this week so I bought the Cheery Christmas
I've enjoyed seeing how several different designers used this pretty wreath of late, and I wanted to give it a whirl. I decided to create a long card and use the wreath for the "o" in "JOY!"
After coloring it with Touch Five markers, I cut it out and popped it up on my embossed card front. I finished off the inside by creating a pocket for money and adding one of the sentiments from the same digital set as the wreath.
Supplies and Tools:
Cheery Christmas (Graciellie), Touch Five Markers, White Gel Pen, Liquid Pearls, Ribbon, Christmas Quilt Embossing Folder (Couture Creations), Washi Tape, Circle Punch, Nouveau Alphabet Dies (Sizzix)
This post linked to:
Word Art Wednesday
- Anything Goes
The Card Concept
- Retro Holiday (CAS card inspired by the wreath and teal color)
Craft - Dee Bowz
- Handmade Bow
- Anything Goes
The cards you make are truly amazing, my friend! Another beautiful creation. Hugs!
Beautiful, like a piece of Christmas artwork! Love the Joy with a wreath for the "0"!
What a beautiful Christmas card. Glad you joined us at The House That Stamps Built.
This is beautiful!! Gorgeous image, fun layout and I love the embossing on the background! Thanks for playing with The House that Stamps Built.
Beautifully done! I love your use of the wreath for the letter O. Cute! Thanks for sharing!
This is just beautiful, love the embossing for your background and that wreath is so pretty!!
Gorgeous card, so clever to use the wreath as part of the sentiment, Cathy x
That is a gorgeous wreath! I love everything right down to the envelope!
Gorgeous, Esther! I love all this textue! Thanks for bringing it to our ATG challenge.
This is so pretty!! Love all the details. Thanks so much for joining us at The Card Concept.
What a fun way to use the wreath!! Love the use of the wreath as your "O" as well as the colors- thanks for playing along with us at The Card Concept! Hugs and I hope you and your family have a blessed Christmas and Happy New Year!!
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