Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Hi, Lori here today. I thought I would share with you how to create a wreath using double-sided tape and glitter. I used antique gold glitter but you could use many different colors.

This went together pretty quick. The card could be recreated in about 15 minutes (if you precut the flowers).

I'm looking forward to Black Friday! Is anyone else?
My girls and I started going 3-4 years ago. They were finally old enough to go out they early in all the hustle and bustle. Truthfully, I don't usually shop for Christmas gifts that day. I just enjoy the fun of getting out and about with everyone else all decked out in their Christmas attire and spreading the Christmas spirit.

Don't forget to stamp the sentiment. :)
I forgot to add it to the tut.

To make an envelope coordinate with your card.
Simply trace the shape of the envelope onto your
choice of patterned paper. Cut it out and adhere it
to the enevelope with tape. It is an instant face lift.

You can emboss the bottom before you glitter or
after. It didn't seem to affect it doing it last.

paper: joyful piece (gcd studios), very vanilla cardstock (stampin up)
stamp: hero arts
ink: basic black (stampin up)
flower stickers: hobby lobby
other: glitter, double-sided tape, silver cording, rhinestone,
swiss dots cuttlebug folder, envelope


Anonymous,  November 17, 2010 at 11:06 AM  

hello there thanks for your grat post, as usual ((o:

Kathlene November 17, 2010 at 7:18 PM  

How clever and how beautiful! Thanks for sharing your technique.

Viola Mahr November 19, 2010 at 12:36 AM  

Ooh! I love your cards. I always love to get your updates, but I think this is my first comment :) Thanks for sharing your lovely creations!


sarah January 4, 2011 at 8:45 PM  

GORGEOUS stuff! are you going to CHA? :)


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