Arrange A Wreath

Stampin Up Arrange A Wreath

Arrange A Wreath with the coordinating Wreath Builder Dies are one of my favorite bundles in the 2020/2021 Stampin’ Up!® Annual Catalog.  It was the first stamp set I ordered when it became available.  It has a wreath stamp and two wreath dies which are gorgeous plus it has other images that make this bundle usable the entire year.  Some of the images include a Partridge, pears (for Christmas), Easter eggs for Easter (of course) and flowers and leaves for spring and summer wreaths.  In the 2020 August – December Catalog there is a stamp set called Beautiful Autumn that has three matching punches.  You could use them for a beautiful Fall wreath.

For this card I decided to use Whisper White cardstock and then add a pop of color to it.  I also cut the wreath and the heart in Whisper White.  Then I cut the heart again in Purple Posy and just used the letters for the word “love”.  The word “you” is from the die set called Well Written.  The stamped the Daffodil Delight flowers and cut them out using the coordinating die and I cut the small flowers out of Purple Posy cardstock.  The little leaves are Soft Sea Foam.  The ribbon 1/4″ Ruched Ribbon in Daffodil Delight.  I decided at the last moment to add some Elegant Faceted Gems to the centers of the Purple Post flowers to add a little sparkle.  Who doesn’t like a little sparkle?

This is our last week at the lake house.  We are heading back to Nashville soon.  I am both sad and happy about this.  I love our lake house and one of my sons lives here so I will miss him and his family (that Olivia is just the cutest!).  On the other hand, I am excited to start our new adventure in Nashville, be closer to my two other sons and their families (can you say Madelyn, Nolan, Emory and soon to arrive Jackson!) and set up our new house (especially my stamp room!).  We really have the best of everything no matter where we are!  Rob and I are so thankful.

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3 thoughts on “Arrange A Wreath

  1. Beautiful card, Susan! I love the pops of color on the white wreath. Very lovely! I know you’re excited about settling in to the Nashville house, but I also know your heart will be torn with having to leave the NY kids. Will you be there for Jackson’s birth?

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