Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Thanksgiving wreath

The Technique Challenge at Splitcoast this week was to make a wreath from die-cut shapes.  I grabbed by Poppy maple leaf die and a bunch of snippets and this is what I came up with.
I added a raffia bow and a sentiment, and I have a Thanksgiving card to send my in-laws.

I am entering this card in these challenges:
Simon Says Stamp Monday -- thanks/Thanksgiving
Catch the Bug -- Give Thanks
Cuttlebug Mania -- Thanks
Pixie's Snippet Playground #203 -- use snippets
Word Art Wednesday #210 -- anything goes
Crafty Sentiments -- anything goes

9 comments:

  1. This is so pretty Sandy. What a lovely Thanksgiving wreath. Barbxx

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  2. How beautiful, super arrangement of the leaves!
    Thanks for entering our challenge over at Catch the Bug and good luck!

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  3. What a lovely leaf wreath, Sandy! Thanks for joining us this week at Simon Says Stamp for the Monday challenge!

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  4. Fabulous use of really prettily coloured snippets Sandy - and what a gorgeous wreath! Love it!

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  5. One word - AWESOME!
    We're so happy you joined us for our "Give Thanks" challenge at Bugaboo Stamps' Catch the Bug blog and hope you'll join us again soon. Good luck in the draw.
    Love
    Jen L
    Bugaboo DT

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  6. Hi Sandy, I Love this card, great use of the die! I love wreaths and this reminds me of Home in New England!! Thank you for sharing your art with us this week at Word Art Wednesday challenge #210, Ginny M DT WAW

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  7. Beautiful card! The wreath is amazing! Thank you for playing along in the Word Art Wednesday Challenge! Have a blessed day!

    Charity - DT Member - Word Art Wednesday
    http://wordartwednesday.blogspot.com
    http://collectivecreativity.blogspot.com (my personal blog)

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  8. Fabulous wreath, love the colours

    Thanks for playing along at Cuttlebug Mania this time x

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  9. This is a great fall wreath. I can't layer things into a nice round wreath no matter how hard I try, so I'm extra impressed with this!

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