Warmest Wishes


When I look back at Christmas Time and recall making this card, the Warmest Wishes sentiment will take me back to the very hot weather that it was when I was making the card! Its kind of hard to think of  Christmas when its like that outside so I chose one of the most simple of designs. Its so versatile, it can be any size, just depends on your card blank size. Simply cut a circle out of the middle of a piece of Antique Gold Pearl cardstock and then emboss with, in this case Star Swirls embossing folder. I have then embossed a slightly bigger square in milk card with a Snowflake lattice embossing folder.

I have then simply die cut lots of Pine Twigs from Brunswick Green card and some of the smallest berry Sprigs. On each of the 'berries' I have dropped a bit of Berry Red Cosmic Shimmer. It was then placed all around the edge as in the photos.

Finally, I cut the sentiment 'Warmest Wishes' twice from the Antique Gold Pearl card, I think this gives an easier piece to work with. As my friend said, it looks just like a very famous stores Luxury Christmas cards, but at a fraction of the price. 

Todays recipe
Warmest Wishes die set
Pine Twigs die set
Berry Sprigs die set
Snowflake Lattice embossing folder
Star Swirls embossing folder
Antique Gold Pearl foundation cardstock
Milk foundation cardstock
Berry Red Cosmic Shimmer

Comments

  1. Love it a simple christmas card bur its beautiful.

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  2. Elegant in its simplicity. I can't imagine the amount of time it must have taken to cut the elements making up your wreath. The result however is beautiful.

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