Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Artisan Wednesday Wow- Wonderful Wreath Notecard Set

 Welcome to the Wednesday Wow Artisan Blog Hop!
It's the first round of our December box projects and I am so excited to see what my fellow DT members have come up with. I feel like I've been creating for Christmas for MONTHS so at this point, I'm a little dry on ideas... But, I think you'll still like what I came up with. :-)


The first thing I made this month was centered around the Wonderful Wreath stamp. I didn't really know what I was going to do with it, but I loved the bold image and just stamped a few of them and cut them out. By hand. Six times. Uh, ehm. Yes, that's A LOT! But, well worth it, I think! The little detailed edges are so cute!I layered two on top of the Decorative Window Box and decided to make matching note cards for the inside. 

I made the cards the exact size of the box. I made four of them, I think that's a nice gift set amount. 

I also made coordinating envelopes with the Envelope Punch Board using the Baked Brown Sugar DSP. That was hard. I hoard that DSP like nobody's buisness... I love it alot and I HATE when I am out of a color!! But,  these cuties were worth the sacrifice for sure. 

I tried to make the little card look like a window with the wreath hanging in it. I also stamped the Endless Wishes snowflake on the white part. The berries on the wreath is Cherry Cobbler Dazzling Details. 

Ok, so your on to my very sweet and uber talented friend Jane Lee. Make sure to leave her some love on her blog and then check out all the other amazing ladies as well! Hope you have a GREAT Wednesday! 


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6 comments:

  1. Beautiful - I love the dimension of the wreath.

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  2. That is some fancy cutting, lady! And your cards just gave me a fab idea for decorating a triple-pane window that is all cloudy in my great room (I live in the frosty north, and when the windows lose the seal between the layers of glass, they get cloudy-permanently, not pretty).
    Warm and cozy thoughts inspired by these cards, thanks for sharing them!

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  3. Oh my Erica! That's A LOT of cutting, but you are right, the results are incredible!

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  4. Absolutely amazing! So creative, Erica!

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  5. Thanks for these amazing ideas, beautiful!

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