Hello crafty friends, Martha Lucia here to share with you how easy is to make a multilayer wreath Christmas card without Dimension. My today’s project is full of layers but can be easily placed into an envelope to be shipped through our mail service. To make this, I will feature the E-Z Runner Grand Permanent Strips and the Glue Pen Dual Tip.
Multilayer Wreath Process
I started selecting one wreath die cut. Then I die cut it four different times using two different colors of green cardstock.
First, I pasted all the die cut pieces alternating the shapes with E-Z Runner Grand Permanent Strips.
My tip on this type of design alternating the shapes is to avoid bunky parts. I just placed the E-Z Runner Grand Permanent Strips on the center part of the die cuts.
Finishing the Multilayer Christmas Card
I created the card base using a different tone of green cardstock from the ones that I used to make the wreath. Then, I decorated it with a piece of designer paper in contrasting colors. Additionally, I adhered the layered wreath on the center of the card. To add these two pieces, the designer paper, and the wreath, I used E-Z Runner Grand Permanent Strips.
Additionally, I die cut a message or sentiment onto red glitter cardstock. On this opportunity, I used the Glue Pen Dual Tip. I just placed the adhesive behind the letters that were on the center of the wreath to make the sides more flexible.
Thanks for stopping by and let me share how easily is created with multilayers and without dimension. Don’t be afraid to experiment with the unlimited possibilities of your adhesives!
Creative Time: 45 minutes
Skill Level: Beginner