A Simple Stunning Card Using Stampin'Up! Cottage Wreaths & Country Wreaths Dies
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How to Create a Christmas Ornament with Stampin'Up! Cottage Wreath & Country Wreath Dies!

Today we're going to show you How to Create a Christmas Ornament with Stampin'Up! Cottage Wreath & Country Wreath Dies! Tuesday we used this set to create a simple & stunning card....if you missed it you can check it out here...https://www.sandilovesstamping.com/2022/11/a-simple-stunning-card-using-stampinup-cottage-wreaths-country-wreaths-dies-.html

As I mentioned Tuesday I have not played with this set much until this week and now it's quickly becoming one of my favs. I promised to show you a creation you wouldn't want to miss.  I"ve used this set to create a Christmas ornament...

OrnamentThis was super fun...here's a bit closer look tah the wreath

Ornment cuNow the really fun part of this ornament is that it identical on the front and back. We've created 2 wreaths that are just the same and  adhered their backs together...doesn't it annoy you when you hang an ornament and it twists in the air --you see just the back side? Well, this time you won't be annoyed because when this little cutie swings in the air movement you will still see the beautiful side.

We've created the "fuller" wreath in Shaded Spruce and the less dense wreath in Mint Macaron...this gives us a beautifully full looking wreath especially when we've adhere two together. 

We added the red glimmer bow (using the die in this set) and then decorated with triple red rhinestones--lots of richness and sparkle.

It is a wonderfully quick project and you can whip several of these out in an evening.  You can use them as a gift in themselves or you can use them to tie on a package or  gift bag...the recipient will be amazed at your creativity.

Now I'm thinking that this wreath would also be stunning in Evening Evergreen Glimmer paper with a Soft Seafoam Glimmer over-wreath (the less dense one)....give it a try and send me a photo.

As promised earlier this month each week until Christmas we'll be creating a card from a different set and then either a tag or another 3D project using that same set.  So be sure to stop by next week to see which set we are using and what out next project will be!

 I'll give you full directions below followed by the supply list to order your supplies.

Remember: If you use this month's host code (GWGSJ33M) you can earn $5 in Stampin'Up! product (I choose) for every $50 in product that you order (excludes shipping & tax).


1. Die cut the more solid (fuller) wreath twice from Shaded Spruce

2. Die cut the less dense wreath twice from Mint Macaron

    *Adhere one mint wreath to a spruce wreath; repeat with the other set of die cuts

    *Die cut two bows from Red Glimmer Paper and adhere with a glue dot to the top of each wreath.

    *Adhere red rhinestones in trios around each wreath.

3. Cut 9" of gold twine (Simply Elegant twine), knot the 2 ends together and adhere to the back of one wreath. Using glue dots adhere the back of the two wreaths together.

Your wreath ornament is ready for giving!

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