Stampin’ Up Swirly Scribbles Wreath Idea

Hello Everyone ~ I love my door with a Stampin’ Up Swirly Scribbles Wreath Idea!

Today I am meeting a few ladies on my team so I can share with them my swaps and all the items I got from Convention.  I also go my preorder so they will see that.  We are having lunch and will do a lot of chatting.   It will be a fun afternoon!

I blew it!  This post was supposed to be for this week and I published it last week.  In order for the challenge to work correctly I am reposting it today.

It is that time of the month when we have our Hand Stamped Sentiments challenge.  This time we have an inspiration challenge.











When I looked at the board, I was immediately drawn to the door. I decided to see if I could make my own door. I began with the wreath. To give my wreath some depth I used the large circle shape from the Swirly Scribble thinlits to cut out 2 of them ~ one in Crumb Cake and one in Early Espresso. I set both wreaths on top of each other and determined where I could intertwine them. I cut the Crumb Cake wreath up under the bow and pushed the cut part through one of the holes of the Early Espresso wreath. I glued the 2 pieces back together. Then I found an area underneath the bottom holly sprig and cut it apart. I wove it through the Early Espresso wreath and glued it back to together. I stamped my 2 holly sprigs using Shaded Spruce and used a blender pen to color the leaves. The berries were colored with the Lovely Lipstick marker. The bow was created using the Lovely Lipstick 1/8″ grosgrain ribbon and attached over top the join of the wreath with a glue dot. I added the 2 sprigs with glue dots also making sure the bottom sprig was over top the join at the bottom. Now to do my door. I used a Very Vanilla card base and sponged the edges using Soft Suede. I cut you strips from Very Vanilla to mimic the panels on the door. I sponged the edges of those. These were attached with glue dots to give it just a little dimension. Next I took my sponge and swiped it across the card base to add some more weathering to the back of the door. To finish off my card I attached the wreath using glue dots. Here is my completed Stampin’ Up Swirly Scribbles Wreath Idea.




















inside of card and envelope












Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation



Make sure you check out the other design team ladies creations at Hand Stamped Sentiments Challenge Blog.  I am sure you will see some fabulous ideas.  You might even get inspired to create an idea from our picture.

Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you!  I have the morning to myself and then Jess and I will be here in the evening.  Have a Terrific Tuesday and have you ever tried making a front door card like my Stampin’ Up Swirly Scribbles Wreath Idea?



One Comment

  1. Cool card!

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