EZ Step by Step Tutorial: Beautiful Christmas Wreath

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EZ Step by Step Tutorial: Beautiful Christmas Wreath

Saturday August 18, 2018
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Hey friend how is your weekend going?

Do you love to create home decor for Christmas? Be inspired with this fabulous tutorial to create your own Christmas wreath this Christmas! Listen as your friends and family ooh... and ahh... when they come to visit you and see your stunning wreath on your door! This is a perfect gift for those special friends and loved ones that will be treasured for many Christmas's to come.

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Let's craft together and create something beautiful today.

Directions:


Step 1: Tie a fibre ribbon around your wreath.


Step 2: Tie a ribbon around the top of your wreath to create a hanger. Attach a decorative brad to the front to conceal the join.


Step 3: Using your Sparkling Poinsettia Stamp and Die and your Large Sparkling Poinsettia Stamp and Die, stamp your flowers and leaves using Archival Jet-Black Ink and cut with coordinating dies.

Step 4: In the following steps you will be coloring and shaping your poinsettias and holly leaves.


Step 5: Color the edges of your flowers with Brilliance Pearlescent Poppy and then completely color your flowers in Inca Gold Lava Red. TOP TIP - you can water down your Inca Gold if needed.

Shape your flowers using your Deluxe Flower Shaping Tool kit or your 3D Floral Basics Mold. Adhere 2 large and 1 small poinsettia together for your large flowers and 2 small together for your small flowers. You will need 3 Large complete flowers and 4 small complete flowers.


Step 6: Using your paper piercer from the Deluxe Flower Shaping Tool Kit, pierce a hole in the centre of your flowers.


Step 7: Thread your stamens through the centre of your flower and put a little Designer Dries Adhesive at the base and thread the stamens and hold in place still it starts to dry.


Step 8: Your completed flower. Do the same with the remainder of your flowers large and small.


Step 9: You will have 3 large and 4 small completed flowers.


Step 10: Color your holly leaves using Distress Peeled Paint ink, and then highlight heavier on the edges of your leaves.


Step 11: Using your Festive Holly & Cardinals stamp, stamp a variety of small and large holly sprays using Archival Jet-Black ink. Cut with coordinating dies.


Step 12: Color your large leaves sprays using Distress Peeled Paint ink and your berries using a copic marker R27.


Step 13: Color your small leaves sprays using Distress Peeled Paint ink and your berries using a copic marker R27.


Step 14: Stamp your O'Holy Night Scroll using Versafine Smokey Grey ink and ink with Distress Antique Linen and then highlight with Distress Walnut Stain. Cut with coordinating die. Stamp your Flowering Dogwood & Dove with Archival Jet-Black Ink and cut with coordinating die. Very lightly ink the edges of your dove with Distress Antique Linen.


Step 15: Using your solid and sheer ribbon tie a bow in each. Now you have all your elements done your can start to assemble your wreath.


Step 16: Using a hot glue gun adhere your holly leaves to your poinsettias. You will need 3 large and 4 small complete flowers with holly leaves attached to the bottom.


Step 17: Using a hot glue gun lay down your sheer bow first then adhere a holly leaf to the left and the right and then adhere the solid bow over the top.


Step 18: Using a hot glue gun adhere 1 small Holly spray facing up and then adhere 1 small holly spray facing down.


Step 19: Using a hot glue gun adhere a small flower in the centre.


Step 20: Lay out your holly sprays and when happy with placement adhere in place using a hot glue gun.


Step 21: Start with the position you wish your bow to be. Using a hot glue gun adhere 1 large flower above and below where your bow will be.


Step 22: Using a hot glue gun adhere your bow in place.


Step 23: Above the bow your will have 1 large flower and 1 small.


Step 24: Below the bow you will have 1 large then 1 small then 1 large leave a little gap for your dove then 1 small.


Step 25:
Using a hot glue gun adhere your scroll to the back of the poinsettias and bow, just pick a few places to glue the scroll in place. Decorate with Diamond Stickles.


Step 26:
Using a hot glue gun adhere your dove in place. Decorate with Diamond Stickles.


Step 27: Adhere any extra holly sprays or leaves to fill any gaps. Decorate your scroll with Diamond Stickles. Decorate your holly leaves using Diamond Stickles. Apply Glossy Accents to your berries and your wreath is complete! Have fun creating one too!

Be inspired to create vellum Poinsttia's in this video tutorial here https://www.heartfeltcreations.us/video/95/create-sparkling-poinsettias-with-vellum-and-stamp-paint

We love to see what you create too! Make sure you share your projects with us on our Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/HeartfeltCreations

Tutorial by designer Tracy Crane


Here is a List of all the products used to make this beautiful project so you can make one too.

Heartfelt Creations Supplies:


Sparkling Poinsettia Die

Sparkling Poinsettia Cling Stamp Set


Large Sparkling Poinsettia Die

Large Sparkling Poinsettia Cling Stamp Set

Festive Holly & Cardinals Die

Festive Holly & Cardinals Cling Stamp Set

Silent Night Scroll Die

Silent Night Scroll Cling Stamp Set

Flowering Dogwood & Doves Die

Flowering Dogwood & Doves Cling Stamp Set

Assorted Pearl Stamens-Small

Deluxe Flower Shaping Kit

3D Floral Basics Shaping Mold

Stack and Store Daubers-Pack of 6


Designer Dries Clear Adhesive

Brilliance Ink - Pearlescent Poppy


Other Supplies: White Cardstock, Inca Gold Lava Red, Versafine Smokey Gray Ink, Ranger Archival Ink-Jet Black, Distress Inks-Peeleed Pain, Antique Linen, Walnut Stain, Copic Marker R27, Diamond Stickles, Glossy Accents, Fibre Ribbon, Sheer Ribbon, Solid Ribbon, Decorative Brad, Wreath


JO WILLIAMS
This is so beautiful. This might be my gift to my co-workers this year. What size wreath did you use?
Saturday 18th of August 2018 08:26 AM
CYNTHIA PRYOR
This is a beautiful wreath! I love the graceful addition of the dove, the scroll, and all of the poinsettias. Nicely done, and the instructions are very clear. Thanks for the inspiration.
Saturday 18th of August 2018 08:44 AM
BECKY LODESTEIN
What a gorgeous wreath! I was thinking about what to do for a Christmas wreath. This will be perfect! Thank you! I love all your products and all your tips!
Saturday 18th of August 2018 09:05 AM
WENDY BURTON
Awesome
Saturday 18th of August 2018 02:36 PM
PAT MC CULLOCH
This is such a beautiful wreath and the flower detail is stunning Tracy , the steps are well explained also, love it.
Saturday 18th of August 2018 06:06 PM
JERSEY SNOW QUEEN
So nice to see a project using your beautiful stamps for something other than card making. I love creating cards/books,but sometimes I need a craft break and I happen to have a white grapevine wreath looking for some decorations. Perfect!
Saturday 18th of August 2018 06:22 PM
MARTIE ROLLIN
This wreath is my all-time favorite Heartfelt Creations project!!! This photo and narrative tutorial is so easy to follow and understand. Love the look of this holiday project! So dimensional and in traditional colors of the season. LOVE IT!
Sunday 19th of August 2018 03:23 PM
JEAN HEMING
gorgeous!!!
Sunday 19th of August 2018 10:20 PM
JUNE
Beautiful wreath, so easy peasy when you know how. Thank you for showing how it's done.
Monday 20th of August 2018 09:22 AM
JUNE FLETCHER
So stunningly beautiful Thank you for sharing
Tuesday 21st of August 2018 12:49 PM
PAULA
Beautiful project. Did you use a traditional grapevine wreath?
Wednesday 29th of August 2018 05:08 PM
MARY HUBERT
Love the wreath I have another question. Where did you get the fibre ribbon?
Sunday 2nd of September 2018 05:49 PM