Monday, November 15, 2010

Bell Wreath




I've seen various wreaths created using the Martha Stewart branch punch and really liked the look and decided to try it too. I don't know exactly how many branches I punched out but I know that there were over 24 branches used to create this wreath. The branches were attached to a 2" ring of old olive card stock using tombow adhesive. Once the wreath was completed the bells and ribbon bow were attached using sticky strip. The berry circles were punched using the 1/8" punch on the crop-a-dile and attached with tombow adhesive. Very vanilla card stock was embossed with the allegro embossing folder, spritzed with gold pearl-ex shimmer mist and attached to a real red card. The wreath and sentiment were attached using dimensionals.

Supplies Used: Paper: Very Vanilla, Real Red, Old Olive; Ink: Real Red; Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes; Other: Allegro Embossing Folder, Word Window Punch, Modern Label Punch, Martha Stewart Branch Punch, Crop-a-dile, Goldtone Bells, Red Satin Ribbon, Gold Pearl-Ex Shimmer Mist, Tombow Adhesive, Sticky Strip, Dimensionals

5 comments:

Carol R said...

This is BEAUTIFUL!!!

Keisha said...

This is an awesome card. I love it! Where did you find the goldtone bells?

Shirley said...

I'm looking for a card for my daughter's piano teacher. This is beautiful!!

Anonymous said...

lovely!

daniela durannie said...

Beautiful ... thanks for share your ideas