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Wondrous Wreath Christmas Card with Flair

Wondrous Wreath

Do you ever tire of Red and Green Christmas Card?  If you do, it's your happy day.  Non-traditional Christmas colors are trending.  Today's Wondrous Wreath Christmas Card takes neutrals way beyond boring.

Wondrous Wreath

Love the three step stamping of the Wondrous Wreath stamp set.  My base layer is Crumb Cake.  Layer two was stamped twice.  First with Soft Suede Ink, then I inked it a second time with VersaMark Ink and Gold Embossing Powder.  Hint: The Gold layer was slightly offset.  I inked the third stamp with Early Espresso to create yummy dark brown berries.

Metallic Sequins and Gold Cording Trim are two of my favorite accessories.  With both you get a lot of bang for your buck.  For a mere $5 you get a whopping 750 Metallic Sequins.  That little container is bottomless.  Tip:  The new Fine Tip Glue Pen is fabulous for attaching these little beauties.  And with 25 yard on each Gold or Silver Cording Trim Spool, I will be weaving and twirling a lot of cording through my Christmas projects this year.


Wonderful Wreath

The "Joy" and the bow are Gold Foil Paper cut with the Wonderful Wreath Framelits and my Big Shot.  And finally, a Christmas Card this fabulous calls for a fun Designer Envelope.

Wondrous Wreath Bundle

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Have a fabulous day,




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The design makes it festive; the details make it elegant. Love it - just love it!!

Kim S

Gorgeous mix of neutrals and metallics!! I love your layout with everything "tied" together with the gold twine.

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