Fruit Wreath

I was inspired to create today, so this is my second card. This card will be entered in three challenges.

The Double Trouble challenge is to use a die cut or punch and then you meet Thing 2’s challenge to add woodgrain. They are collaborating with Use Your Stuff which is about woodgrain. Power Poppy challenge is to use fruit or vegetables on your card.

I used the Sizzix/Tim Holtz 3-D Lumber embossing folder on my background. I used a natural colored cardstock from My Favorite Things for the embossing then inked it with Gina K Designs Warm Cocoa ink. I decided a wreath would be a good addition for the die cutting. These dies are from Stampin’Up, called Arrange a Wreath. I placed my fruit image in the middle of the wreath for the Power Poppy challenge. My image is from the set called Feeling Fall. I colored it with alcohol markers a week ago and then left it sit till I was inspired to use it. The greeting came from Gina K Designs Star Flower, which I inked with Slate ink.

I really like how this card turned out. I enjoyed piecing so many products together, which is something I struggle with.

25 thoughts on “Fruit Wreath

    1. Thank you! I enjoyed making both cards yesterday. I had so much fun coloring the image. I have several more images stamped waiting to color.

  1. Love the idea of the wreath for your focal point… nice pumpkin and coffee arrangement and looks great against the woodgrain. Thanks for again sharing with us at Double Trouble and Use Your Stuff. I’m glad you stopped by and hope that you will come back for future fun challenges at Double Trouble to see what Thing 1, 2 and 3 have up their sleeve. You can earn another chance at our random draw, Thing 1 asks you to make a comment on our post for the punch/drink you take to your scrapping room

  2. Love how you made your wood background and the double wreath is really pretty! Thanks for joining us at Use Your Stuff.
    Tammy DT Co-ordinator

  3. You met the challenges so well! I love this awesome Fall wreath on that woodgrain background. It came together so nicely. Thanks so much for joining us at Double Trouble 🙂

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