Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Design Team: Christmas Wreath

Julia has created this fab Christmas Wreath using a chipboard circle as the base.  She covered it with the gorgeous Prima 'North Country' collection patterned papers called 'In the House' and 'Snow Fall'.


Julia has used the 'In the House' papers for the leaves (cutting each one by hand with deckle scissors), spritzed with water and concertinaed to get the wrinkled effect.  The flowers were cut from the 'Snow Fall' papers and pearls, beads, glitter and ribbons were added.

Julia has made a beautiful job of this wreath and it has been a real labour of love cutting each leaf by hand!  If you go over to Julia's blog at www.straydreamsblog.blogspot.com you will find more details on this make.

If you leave a comment on this post today, I will enter your name into the draw if you qualify.  Thank you for stopping by.  Pop by tomorrow to see what Jules has made for her first project this month.

6 comments:

  1. Hi Julia - this looks like a real labour of love. It is gorgeous and I love it. Thank you for creating it. Ann x

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  2. Julia this is fantastic!!! I have never thought of creating a wreath in this way! must have taken alot of work. It's so lovely. Thanks for the inspiration! x

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  3. Wow Julia this is beautiful, what a gorgeous project it is . the colours are lovely and you have made a splendid job of this i love it, its going to look fab as part of your decorations at christmas , bet you enjoyed making it very much

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  4. OOOO, this is beautiful Julia, a lot of work involved, the colours are so me..... this would look great on you door at Christmas..

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  5. Wow Julia - this is fantastic and so different. It must have taken you ages to cut out all those leaves by hand not to mention then having to fold them to get the crinkled effect.

    I love the colours too the ice blue makes a nice change from the more traditional red.
    Thanks for sharing

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  6. Looks like it took alot of time to get the wreath done, but it is bautiful. thank you for sharing it.

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