By following Altenew Academy Course on Clean, Simple and Colourful, by Laura Bassan I was able to do this beautiful wreath on Neena White #110 cardstock. I used Hero Arts August 2017 card kit and with versa mark stamped 2 different stars and heat set them, coloured them with stampin up inks, calypso coral, lucky lime aid, rich razelberry, marinia mist and summer sun. I cut a circle at the bottom of the card layered top, with the die over the edge. Next I cut the stars out using the matching die and placed the stars around the circle forming a wreath, then stamped my sentiment, then glued the stars in place. Once the wreath was formed I used star sequins in similar colours and randomly placed them on the card front. I then placed the top on an A2 card with fun foam for height.Clean, simple, colourful.
Hi my name is Dianne, my husband and I live in outside of Edmonton Alberta, Canada. We are blessed with three children and six grandchildren, all of whom I have enjoyed making different things for. The last few years has been canning from our garden and cards. Now that I'm retired I have time to do what I love doing, making cards. Cards that are layered or clean simple cards, usually with a floral theme. Movement with colour is important to me, and I spend a lot of time watching how the colours in the sky change, reflections in the water. No matter where one looks we can see variations of colour. This year I am going to be learning how to Improve my card making on a more professional level.
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We are all made of stardust wreath