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One wreath, two looks! - Altenew Blossom Wreath

Altenew Altenew stamps Altenew thanks blossom wreath Fancy Thanks die misti Stamping two cards Verity Biddlecombe Wreath

 Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. Today I've got two cards for created with just one wreath stamp set. You can easily switch up a design and create two different looks with hardly any event. Whatsmore, change the colour scheme and you have even more looks. Both cards are so easy to make, so let's get started!

Written and photos One wreath, two looks!: 

Bold CAS wreath card:

For the first look, we are going to create a CAS wreath card without the outline stamp stamped however we can still use this to align layers. Place the outline layer down onto a piece of white card inside your MISTI but do not close the door. Next, align the first layer of foliage on top of the outline stamp. Close you MISTI door, picking up the foliage layer and remove the outline layer.

Ink this first layer up in green Ink and stamp onto your card panel. Now, reposition the outline layer over the top of your stamp and repeat aligning the second layer of the foliage and stamp once more.  

 Once all the foliage has been stamped, repeat the process off aligning the outline layer over your stamping to align the two layers of florals. These florals were stamped in two shades of navy blue ink. Once all the stamping is complete, you have a bold stamped wreath design. 

To finish the card off, add a sentiment from the stamp set to the front. Here part of the sentiment was heat embossed in white onto Nautical Hero Hues Cardstock.  Laslty, to finish the card off, add a selection of navy sequins to the wreath. 

 Repeat pattern print card:

For the second card, we are going to just use the outline stamp to create a repeat pattern print background. Place a piece of white card into your MISTI and position the outline stamp over your card, hanging off the edge.

Next, stamp this in a Navy ink and then reposition the stamp once more to create a random pattern. It is best to have the stamp stamping off the card to make it look as though this was a piece of pattern paper you trimmed down - it will look more natural. Once you have filled the panel up, adhere this to a card base made out of Nautical Hero Hues cardstock, allowing for a small border.
 For the sentiment, die-cut the Altenew Fancy Thanks die out of Nautical Hero Hues Cardstock 3 times to layer up. Add another black die-cut to the back, offset to one side to create a shadow. This will help the sentiment pop of this card as we have gone for a tone on tone look. 
To finish the sentiment off, stamp a sentiment from the Altenew Sentiment Strips stamp set in navy ink and trim this down. Add the sentiment to the front, foam mounting to add dimension. 
Lastly, add a few navy sequins to embellish the card. I fell this card background reminds me of some Blue China plates. 
If you enjoyed today's card, please let us know and we would love to see your cards if this has inspired you.
 

Shopping list for One wreath, two looks!:

Links to supplies at Bumbleberry Papercrafts Shop: 

 

Gina K Designs - Connect Glue
Gina K Designs - Connect Glue
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Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110lb Cardstock
Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110lb Cardstock
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Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 80lb Cardstock
Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 80lb Cardstock
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Scrapbook Adhesives 3D foam squares 1/4
Scrapbook Adhesives 3D foam squares 1/4" white
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Original MISTI - My Sweet Petunia
Original MISTI - My Sweet Petunia
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Teflon Bone Folder - Lawn Fawn
Teflon Bone Folder - Lawn Fawn
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Sentiment Strips - Altenew
Sentiment Strips - Altenew
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Nautical Hero Hues Cardstock - Hero Arts
Nautical Hero Hues Cardstock - Hero Arts
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Blossom Wreath - Altenew
Blossom Wreath - Altenew
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Until next time!

Verity

 


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