Playing with For All Things

I’m stuck!  I’m stuck on For All Things.  I’m stuck on wreaths.  And, I’m stuck creatively.  I mean, do you ever have an idea that just won’t quite finish forming?  I felt that way yesterday.  I had this idea to make the bundled stems in For All Things into a wreath.  After doing that it was sort of, “Okay, now what?”  Apparently I was creating on the all day plan.

But, it’s really a simple card.

For All Things Wreath detail from theartfulinker.com

 

As I mentioned above, I used the bundled stems to stamp my wreath image.  The colors are Rich Razzleberry on the bottom and then Mossy Meadow.  With the Mossy Meadow each time I inked, I stamped twice so that I got a full strength darker image and then a lighter tone of the same color.  It gives a little more depth.Using the 2 3/8 scallop punch, I cut my stamped piece and then ran it through the Big Shot to cut the center with a Circles framelit.  The next layer down is a piece of Rich Razzleberry cut with the Wonderful Wreath framelit.  I love the added texture this shape gives.

 

For All Things Wreath from theartfulinker.com

 

 

 

 

Next is a piece of Very Vanilla embossed with the Zigzag folder.  This is followed by a layer of Blackberry Bliss and a base of Mossy Meadow.

Finally, the card needed some light embellishment.  I used a piece of Color Me Autumn washi as ribbon and added a few Gold sequins.

Though it took me all day to figure out what I wanted, it really is a quick and easy card.

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