Welcome to another wonderful day on the blog. Today we have an awe-inspiring Winter wreath by Brand Ambassador Pam Bray. This wreath was created using our Seasons collection and is easy to re-create at home. Just pull out your fussy cutting scissors and you will be on your way to a wonderful home decor piece to enjoy for years to come.
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Seasons Winter Wreath with 60 Second Video
By Pam Bray
“Do you love quick and easy projects! Graphic 45 Seasons Collection has just made that possible! You can create fun wreaths through the seasons by using Graphic 45 Seasons 12 x 12 Paper Pad and Seasons 12 x 12 Patterns & Solids Pad, some chipboard and a good pair of scissors to create them. So now is the time to get started with creating a Winter Wreath that can be hung on the wall or framed to create a collage as you make the other seasons!” ~Pam
Chipboard can be confiscated from cereal boxes, packing/shipping boxes. So save them for future projects.
Keep seasonal florals, decorations and other products in seasonal color tubs for storage.
Add bows to project to add depth to projects.
- Floral Picks
- Xacto Knife
- Sanding Block
- Xyron Creative Station and Permanent Refill
Step by Step Directions:
Cut 8” circle from chipboard and a 6” opening in center to create wreath.
Cover front of chipboard with pattern paper; use xacto knife to remove paper from around circle and opening. Sand edges lightly. Repeat by adhering pattern paper to back of chipboard “BUT” only trim paper away on the outside edge. Sand lightly.
Circle punch Epherema card with 3” punch and background circle with 3 ½” circle. Layer together and place in center of formed wreath.
Fussy cut two sets images from the Season Winter papers; layer together with pop dots. Add to wreath.
Add small holiday flowers, pinecones and ornaments to wreath.
Add bow and a few more of the embellishments to finish your wreath.
Looking for another inspiring wreath by Pam?
St Nicholas Wreath
By Pam Bray
See full post here…
Big thanks to Pam for sharing this stunning wreath and step by step directions, and thank you for joining us today for this fun holiday edition of the G45 blog. We are hoping Pam's stunning wreaths have inspired you to create your own. Be sure to share your projects on Facebook and Instagram using the #Graphic45 hashtag.