Hello, I hope you are well.
If you watched my last video tutorial for my 4″ x 4″ card & envelope then you may remember that I mentioned the paper I used was left over from another project. Well, here is that project!
Actually this was my prototype where I used some of the Peaceful Prints Sale-A-Bration paper to make my origami wreath. I then added it to a 6″ x 6″ real red card base and a piece of Sahara Sand card that I’d embossed with the Merry Melody 3D Embossing folder.
Please check out this video to see how I attached it and how I made the wreath…
This is the wreath I made in the video…
And here they are together…
I think making these might be addictive! They’re the kind of thing you can make while listening to Netflix, lol!
These are the supplies I used for the wreath in the video:
- 8 pieces of Painted Christmas DSP measuring 4″ x 4″ – I used 4 pieces of 2 contrasting designs
- Basic White card for the sentiment
- Gold Metallic Speciality paper to back the sentiment
- Gold Holly leaves
- Red Rhinestones
- Simply Elegant Trim
I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s project and video tutorial. I really would appreciate it if you gave the video a thumbs up and subscribed to my channel:
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Thanks for the instructions. You made it so easy! Have made 5 this evening for my friends Christmas cards.
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Thank you so much Bea! I’m sure your friends will love the cards ❤️
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