Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Use the Painted Harvest sunflower to make a Christmas wreath card

Take a look at this Christmas wreath card. I have swapped sunflowers for a Christmas wreath. I used the Painted Harvest stamp set by Stampin' Up!

I think one of my favourite things about Christmas is seeing all the doors decorated with gorgeous wreaths - in fact I saw a door with an Autumn wreath in Rutland yesterday, which got me thinking...

Turn a sunflower into a Christmas wreath... 
I have been stamping sunflowers with the Painted Harvest stamp set all week and had a brainwave - why not turn it into a Christmas wreath with the help of some Garden Green (and Wild Wasabi!) ink, and a little Cherry Cobbler Cardstock bow cut with the Christmas Stockings Thinlits Dies?


Take a look at Painted Harvest by Stampin' Up!

The Painted Harvest Stamp Set is absolutely gorgeous and you can create so many gorgeous cards and home decor projects with it.

View 10 Gorgeous Stampin' Up! Sunflower Cards to see what else you can do with this fab stamp set.

You can buy the Painted Harvest Stamp Set with the matching Leaf Punch as a Bundle which saves you 10%




I think you'll agree that this has worked really well! The bow is just the right size for the wreath and a Rhinestone Basic Jewel has finished off the wreath beautifully.

I used the largest square die from the Stitched Shape Framelits Dies and stamped in Cherry Cobbler using the sentiment from the Hang Your Stocking stamp set which co-ordinates with the Christmas Stocking Thinlits Dies (mentioned above), which means you need a Big Shot for this project.

Such a simple and beautiful card, and very little effort!

Make a Christmas wreath card using the Painted Harvest stamp set by Stampin' Up!


I love this project so much, I am going to make lots of these! Of course if you love sunflowers just stamp as a sunflower instead using Cajun Craze and Crushed Curry and swap the sentiment.

I'll be back soon with another project, thanks for stopping by,
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