Other Products: Cardstock (Mauve, Kraft, White), CTMH Ink (Whisper, Blush, Chocolate), Corrugated Kraft Paper, Buttons, Pearls, Beads, Stickles- Ice Coffee, Hot Glue, Chameleon Pens (OL3, GR1), Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L (Adhesive Dots- Micro, E-Z Runner Grand, 3D Foam Squares), Edge Distresser
Instructions: To see a close up view of this layout click here. The mauve cardstock is your back ground. Cut the light pink patterned paper to 11.5 x 11.5" and distress the edges. Adhere these layers together. Add the pink border strip to the top of the layout cutting it down to 11.5”. Cut a strip of the striped patterned paper that is 1.5 x 12" and adhere it across the middle of the layout. Cut a strip of the corrugated paper that is 4 x 12" and tear the bottom edge on a diagonal. Adhere it slightly to the left of centre of the layout.
Die cut a scroll from white cardstock and adhere it to the top of the corrugated paper using mini glue dots. Add a couple of pearls and a button. Die cut one of the decorative lattice pieces from kraft cardstock and cut it in half, adhering a piece above and below the striped border on the right.
If you were to number the circle dies from smallest as #1 and work your way up. I used the scallop cut from white cardstock as the largest layer. Cut the patterned paper layer from #7 of the Large Circle Dies, cut a white circle using #6 of the Small Circle Dies and I used the #6 from the Large Circle Dies for my photo. Adhere the layers together and add to the middle of the corrugated strip using 3D foam squares.
Stamp and die cut 10 of the large clusters of leaves. I added colour using my Chameleon pens. Stamp and die cut 9 of the mistletoe images. I added colour to it using my Chameleon pens. Stamp and die cut 1 set of Sparkling Poinsettia and add colour using ink and daubers. Shape all of your pieces. Assemble your larger poinsettia. Add beads to the middle of both flowers using 3D Crystal Lacquer. Let dry. Add Stickles to the tips of all of the petals. Let dry.
Start adding the leaves and mistletoe in a tight circle around the matted photo to form the wreath. Alternate images and add in both of your poinsettias. Add buttons here and there to cover any spots that look a little sparse or messy. Find and cut out the sentiment “Twas the night before Christmas”, flag one end and adhere to the right of the wreath. Add a few more pearls here and there.
Created By: Tracy McLennon