Happy Harvest Wreath Card
Sometimes when I’m creating a card…the process is easy and it works out the first time.
Most of the time it takes a couple of tries to get the look I want.
Yesterday, was no exception.
I was playing with my new Hello Fall Stamp and Die Set from Maker’s Movement,
trying to come up with a quick and simple card to share.
I’ll be honest, It took me all afternoon to come up with this one card.
I had an image in my mind of what I wanted the card to look like and I wasn’t quite getting it.
Usually when it comes to creating fall cards, I use traditional Autumn colors.
After setting the finish card down and coming back to it a couple times…
I decided to change the background to something softer.
Not my usual fall colors, but, I like it much better. (I hope you do too.)
Happy Harvest Wreath Card Supplies Used:
- MOS216 Hello Fall Stamp Set
- MOD268 Hello Fall Die Set
- Thin Pre-Cut 3D Foam Squares*
- Tombow Dual Brush Pen Art Markers*
- Acrylic Clear Stamping Blocks*
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- Draw a light circle using a pencil on a piece of watercolor paper.
- Using my tombow markers I colored directly onto the clear acrylic stamp.
- Center the small wheat stamp on the circle line and stamp.
- Continue until the circle is complete.
- Cut wreath out with a bigger circle.
- Stamp the words “Happy Harvest” and cut out using the matching die. Using thin foam mounting squares to raise the words, mount “Happy Harvest” onto the corner of the wreath.
- Create greenery by coloring onto the small leaf stamp using a darker green marker and coloring in with a lighter marker. Cut around image and layer under the “Happy Harvest” words.
- Add additional soft layers and ribbon to complete the look.
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