Hi crafty friends, it’s Lisa here! Can you believe it’s almost Christmas?!! I’m so unprepared! But, as is my nature, I’m waiting ’til the last minute to get things done. 🙂 I hope this fun and sparkly card gets YOUR creative juices flowing and gets you inspired.
Isn’t it fun? And I love the color combination. It just makes me happy.
How to Make the Peace Wreath
1. Using circle dies, die-cut a circle to create the base of the wreath.
2. Gather desired glitter colors and 3D Foam Snowflakes.
3. Peel off protective layer from 3D Foam Snowflake and shake Glitter on top. Burnish into the adhesive. Brush away excess. Repeat for as many snowflakes as desired. Including the fun snowdrops!
4. To create the “wreath”, simply adhere the Silver Creative Photo Corners one at a time onto the die-cut circle so that they fit snugly into each other.
5. Attach your snowflakes. (No photo.)
6. Use small Thin 3D Foam Squares for just a little bit of lift under the wreath. And adhere wreath to card front.
7. I worked backwards and had already adhered my wreath, so I used the MyStik® Permanent Strips to adhere the card front to the card base.
8. Die cut a sentiment from glitter card stock (leave the die stuck in the square of paper). Then cut a piece of Adhesive Sheets the same size as the size (at least) of your die cut. Remove the yellow release paper and burnish it to the back side of your die cut. The die can then be pull out from the front ready to be adhered.
9. Embellish the wreath as desired. I added a little sparkly twine and a few extra fun colored pearls. Here are a few close-ups!
I hope that you enjoyed my card today and saw how incredibly easy it is to use SO many of your adhesives in a really pretty and fun way!
Supplies From Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
E-Z Dots® Permanent Refillable
MyStik® Permanent Strips
Thin 3D Foam Squares Mix White
3D Foam Snowflakes
Creative Photo Corners Silver
Adhesive Sheets 6 x 12”
My Favorite Things (Cardstock & Die), Penny Black (Die), Lawn Fawn (Twine), Doodlebug (Pearls), Martha Stewart (Glitter).