The 12 Days of Christmas, Day 8, Christmas Wreath Cards

Hi everybody. I have 2 variations of an easily reproducible wreath card that has a lot of detail. I made them for my mom to send out for Christmas. One will need 2 stamps due to the rhinestones and twine, and the other one just needs one stamp, although the wreath panel on both cards has foam tape on the back.

Thank you for your patience with me on the inconsistency of getting my "days" posted. For me, it's a very long process of filming, uploading, converting, uploading again. I really need to learn how to use a program or something to shorten the videos, fade in and fade out, the snappy music I have at the beginning and graphics for the start and finish of the video. It is frustrating. One of these days!

I hope that you enjoy today's cards and next week I want to start sharing with you the journal that I made for my mom. However, I also need to get back on the OR table ASAP. I had the chance to yesterday but there was nobody to drive me home and I was so bummed. I made the appointment for the first thing Monday morning after Thanksgiving but I am not going to last that long so I'm going to crash the OR next week and get in no matter what and they'll find a spot for me.

Today's prize is the very cool Extra Large Petal Card punch from Stampin' Up!

 

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Here is the video and below the video are still pictures of the cards. Thank you for stopping by today to visit me and may the Lord richly bless you!

 

 

Stamps: Papertrey Ink (2011 Holiday Tags, Christmas Blessings, Wreath For All Seasons)
Card Stock: Papertrey Ink (Stamper's Select White)
Ink Pads: Papertrey Ink (Spring Moss), Versafine (Olympia Green, Onyx Black, Satin Red)
Ribbon/Twine: Papertrey Ink Button Twine (Rustic Jute)
Rhinestones/Gemstones: Stampin' Up Basic Jewels (Rhinestones)
Die-Cut(s): Papertrey Ink (Edgers #1 Collection)
Heat Embossing: Clear Glitter Powder, Clear Powder
Dry Embossing: Papertrey Ink Impression Plate (Holly Jolly)
Machine(s)/Tool(s): Big Shot, ProvoCraft Cuttlebug, Stampin' Up! (Heat Tool)
Technique: Die-cutting, dry embossing, heat embossing
Size: 4-1/2 x 5
Challenge: CAS-ual Fridays 29 (CFC29)
Special Event: The 12 Days of Christmas, Day 8

 
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9 Comments

  1. Really cute!  I love all the fun versions 🙂  Thanks for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

  2. That is such a cute wreath stamp! Love that it has the space to add the berries!  Darling card with the embossing!  I'm amazed how pretty and what a nice effect that clear embossing powder makes on the card.  I'll have to get some of the colored versamark ink!  Great job, Cindy!

  3. Love this card dearie!!! My favorite Holiday colors!!!

  4. Beautiful work!
     
    Thanks for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!
    Laura 

  5. Beautiful CAS cards, Cindy! I particularly love the one with the bit of twine. . .genuis!! Blessings!

  6. Gorgeous CAS card! Your video is terrific! Thanks so much for playing with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

  7. These cards are both so very pretty, Cindy! I love the dry embossing on the first one. On the second I love the twine and the bracket edge! So nice to see the same stamp done two ways! Thank you! 🙂

  8. Hello Cindy
    That is a very pretty card. Thanks for the lovely videos
    I already follow your blog via facebook.

  9. What a clever card with very beautiful results! Thanks so much for playing at CAS-ual Fridays! I hope you'll be able to use the sketch again!

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