I have been creating with the colors Cajun Craze, Mossy Meadow, and Mango Melody for the color challenge at Splitcoast Stampers. I chose to make a wreath which fits right in with Double Trouble Paper Crafting challenge.
In addition to the colors I listed above, I used Soft Suede for the card base as well as the greeting. The stamps and dies were created with SU Arrange a Wreath stamp and die set. I used a retired SU embossing folder in the background. The gold paper is from my stash. I used a gold sharpie marker to color clear gems for the flower centers.
With this challenge, Thing1 said to use a circle or circular element, so my wreath is the circle. Thing3 said to use a fall or Halloween theme, so I chose fall. I missed Thing2 because I placed my greeting in the wrong place. If I had placed it in the center of the wreath, it would have worked. It is still a fun challenge and I enjoyed creating the wreath card.
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15 thoughts on “Give Thanks Wreath”
Beautiful! Love the colors.
So fun to see the pieces placed together in this wreath. Love the partridge.
What a lovely fall wreath. The bird is a lovely addition.
Your wreath looks great! Beautiful card!!
This is gorgeous – love all the layers! Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble 🙂
Love those rich, vibrant fall colors. Your wreath turned out beautifully and love the added partridge and bow to complete your circle element. I like the sentiment where it is even if you missed out on thr Thing 2 challenge.
Thanks! I like it in the corner. It is much easier to stamp than in the center of the wreath.
It’s a beautiful card, Lisa. Your sentiment is lovely right where it is. Those are great fall colors, too.
What pretty colors, and what a nicely designed wreath. Turned out beautiful! Thanks for joining us at Double Trouble!
Beautiful!!! That wreath is so pretty with those colors. I also like the sentiment in the corner and I love that layered bow.
Thank you! I like the layered bow also.
Beautiful card Lisa. Great colours and colouring. I think having the sentiment in the middle of the wreath may not have looked as nice as you would wish so placing it in the corner was a good mistake.