Happy Birthday to my wonderful niece Maya – Uncle Dan and I hope you have a great day! Maya loves to craft and I always make sure to include a craft item in her birthday package. She received her card early and loved it, hope you do as well! Here is a picture of Maya from the first day of school this September.
Here is the card I sent Maya for her birthday, her favorite colors are blue and purple and thought this was the perfect card. For some reason I am hooked on ‘wreath on door’ cards and this design popped into my head. Let me first start my telling you how I made the wreath, the secret is a “wreath frame” – two circle framelits die cut together to form a frame – once you have this its easy to make sure your finished project will look more like a wreath, the first coupleI tried looked more like eggs until I tried this. At the bottom is a post of what the frame looks like before all the flowers are added. Keep in mind, any shape will work – think I might try a square next. The card base and mat are Sahara Sand, and the mat is stamped in Sahara Sand with Hardwood stamp. Also stamped a matching banner for added depth. There is a tea lace paper doily between the layer with Stampin dimensionals under the banner. The flowers on the wreath are stamped/punched from the Petite Petals Stamp set in Wisteria Wonder, Elegant Eggplant, Pacific Point and Pool Party – Pearls complete the look. The banner is Elegant Eggplant on Pool Party.
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Supplies (all Stampin Up):
Stamp Sets: Petite Petals, Hardwood and Remembering your Birthday
Paper: Sahara Sand, Wisteria Wonder, Elegant Eggplant, Pacific Point and Pool Party
Inks: Sahara Sand, Wisteria Wonder, Elegant Eggplant, Pacific Point and Pool Party
Framelits: Circle Collection and Banners
Punches: Petite Petals and Hexagon
Accessories: Tea Lace Paper Doily, Pearl Basic Jewels and Stampin Dimensionals
Here is what the wreath frame looks like: