Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Wonderous Wreath - Card and Box

It's been a busy week so far, how about you?

After a bit of a break, my monthly classes start again on Friday evening. We will be using some of the goodies from the new(ish) Annual Catalogue. I'm still working on a couple of projects for the weekend and I don't want to spoil the surprise for those coming so I will share them with you another time.

I've also been playing with some of my new goodies from the Autumn/Winter Catalogue in preparation for Saturday's Blog Hop.  Obviously I'm going to save that project for Saturday but here's another that I have been working on.

I've also taken time to set up the photo cube/booth in my craft room on my son's desk. He's now in college in Chicago so I have use of the desk for the time being.  I suspect that I am going to have to move the lights about a bit more because there are more shadows than I wanted.

These projects were made using the Wonderous Wreath Bundle (Photopolymer stamp set and matching framelits)

A side view so that you can also see the greeting stamped on the inside of the card. The wreath is adhered to the card front with Dimensionals to give it some extra depth.

The box is one of the Tag a Bag Gift Boxes and I've decorated it with a cut down Polka Dot Tag a Bag Gift Bag and some paper from the Trim the Tree Designer Series Paper Stack. If you are wondering how I manged to cut the hole in the gift bag, I simply adhered the wreath first and then cut away the middle.

I love this Bundle and can think of tons of projects that I want to make. I just need the time to be able to do so.

Here's the details of the items used for the two projects:

I sent out an email last night to everyone who have said that they are interested in attending classes.  The email details the classes for the rest of the year and by popular demand I have changed the two regular monthly classes in October to mini Christmas Stamp-a-Stacks. If you are interested in coming along please let me know as space will be limited to 12 people.


  1. Thanks Dawn. Check back on Saturday for the Blog Hop. There will be lots of ideas and inspiration.


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