The Emerald Envy, Mint Macaron and Real Red work so well together. I added two neutrals in the white ribbon and the Crumb Cake background. It was a fun card to put together but it did take time to get all those small pieces in place. Should I mention the fact that I am one of those crafters who cannot stand the feel of glue on my fingers? Yes, it's true. I have to wash it off the minute it gets on my fingers or I get edgy. Hmm? I wonder if that could be why it took so long to make this card. 😊
Stamp Set: Flurry of Wishes (sentiment); Ink: Crumb Cake, Emerald Envy Stampin' Write Marker; Cardstock: Emerald Envy, Mint Macaron, Real Red, Whisper White; Patterned Paper: Serene Scenery Designer Series Paper Stack; Other: Wreath Cutting Plate (Taylored Expressions, Rhinestone Basic Jewels, Sheer White Ribbon (May Arts)
The colors I used are from The Paper Players challenge. For all the challenge details, click the image below.
I also entered my card at Christmas Card Challenges. For all the challenge details, click the image below.
Thanks for stopping in at the Coffee Pot Stamping Cafe,
Thanks for playing along this week at Christmas Card Challenges!!
Debbie (CCC DT)
Debbie's Dash of This and That
Thanks, Debbie. It's been a while since I've played along. I miss being on the Design Team.Delete
Marsha, this is fabulous! I love this gorgeous wreath! WOW! So much patience piecing it together! Love the woodgrain piece. So happy you joined us at The Paper Players this week! XXReplyDelete
Thanks, Claire! It did take a wee bit of time to get it all pieced together.Delete
I'm a big fan of paper piecing and I love your wreath Marsha - so effective! The addition of the wooden parquet background works really well too. Thanks for joining in my colour challenge over at The Paper Players this week!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Joanne! I love paper piecing, too, even though it can be time consuming. Oh, and the fact I have to use glue. :-)Delete
Such a lovely card, thanks for joining us at CCC.ReplyDelete