Friday, 16 November 2018


Good morning bloggers and crafty friends....

I used a 4"x6" white card as my base and added a smaller panel of ecru glitter card

Two scalloped dies by Spellbinders were used to create the wreath shape then with green and gold satin ribbon I covered the wreath, securing start and finish ends of ribbon were securely adhered to the back of the wreath.  The name of this technique is 'spirelli'

Mounting foam was also added to the back of the wreath then adhered to the card

I used a WOW embossing powder in 'evergreen' to stamp and emboss the sentiment then added a piece of double sided adhesive to the tag and covered it with glitter jewels by Creative Expressions

For the inside of the card I stamped the Merry Christmas (DoCrafts) using an adirondak ink pad in 'juniper'

Another embossing folder is today's give-away, apologies for the shadows in the background

Leave a comment on today's post by 6pm Saturday and the winner will be drawn and announced on Sunday's blog

Until tomorrow....



  1. Gosh - that one stirred some memories June!! never used ribbon though! So simple - but so effective!! Thanks

  2. Hi June this is a stunning Christmas card. I must admit i have never used this technique I really must give it a try. Have a great day. Take care. Hugs Jackie

  3. What a fabulous card, it looks as though it would be very time consuming but so so worth it. I hope I've got the patience with the ribbon as I am going to have a go

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  5. Wow what a fantastic card. The wreath element is superb. Well saying ur back, you never cease to amaze xxx

  6. A gorgeous card June. Thank you.

  7. What an imaginative way to. Make the wreath. Thank you June.


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