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Elegant White and Gold Wreath Christmas Card | 12 Weeks of Christmas Week 8


Thank you so much for joining me for this Elegant White and Gold Wreath Christmas Card, Let's jump right in.


To start I trimmed a piece of Gold pearl cardstock and a piece of hammermill cardstock to act as my matte and panel. I cut each layer to be about 1/4 of an inch smaller than the layer on top. I used the same two cardstock to cut out the Yuletide die's Hammermill for the wreath layers and the Gold Pearl for the berries and bow. I used liquid glue to adhere each layer on top of the other, I used the centre cut-out to align the layers.


I used the same glue to adhere all the layers of cardstock, creating some beautiful layers. For my sentiment, I used a stamp from the Blessed greetings set and gold heat embossed it just under where my wreath focal point was going to be and added a few white pearls for added shimmer and shine. I called this card done, I am really happy with how it turned out.


Thank you so much for stopping by for this quick look at my Elegant White and Gold Wreath Christmas Card. If you would like a more in-depth look please check out the video below, I also have a complete supplies list in case you want to know exactly what I used. I hope to see you again very soon!!

Supplies


White 110lb Cardstock (Base)


HammerMill Cardstock


Tonic Gold Pearl Cardstock


Tim Holtz Yuletide Colorize wafer dies


Simon Says Stamp Christmas Blessings Stamp set


Sizzix Switch Die cutting machine


Sizzix Standard Multi-purpose Base


Sizzix Standard Plates


Sizzix Chrome Precision Plate


Misti


Versamark ink


Anti-static Powder Bag


Embossing heat tool


Coffee Filters


Brutus Monroe Gilded Embossing Powder


Acrylic Block


Nuvo Deluxe Glue


Bearly Art glue


Tim Holtz Craft Pick


Grey Reverse Tweezers


Studio Katia Embellishment Wand


Studio Katia Embellishment Tray


Studio Katia Arctic Breeze pearls


Tim Holtz Glass media mat


Tim Holtz paper trimmer


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