Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Christmas Trimmings Layered Wreath Christmas Card with Juliana

Happy Holidays friends! It's Juliana Michaels and today I'm here to share a Christmas wreath card created using the beautiful new layering stamp set called Christmas Trimmings.

Sunny Studio Stamps: Christmas Trimmings Dapper Diamonds Embossing Folder Layered Wreath Christmas Card with Juliana Michaels

To begin, stamp the various holly and berry images from the Christmas Trimmings stamp set onto white cardstock using your favorite green and red inks. For my card I used Scrapbook.com's new Hybrid Inks in Cardinal Red, Havana Red, Carnival Pink, Olive, Succulent and Guacamole. I then die cut them using the coordinating dies.

Sunny Studio Stamps: Christmas Trimmings Dapper Diamonds Embossing Folder Layered Wreath Christmas Card with Juliana Michaels

The background was creating by embossing a piece of kraft cardstock using the Dapper Diamonds embossing folder. I then adhered the holly and berry images in the shape of a circle on the front of the embossed paper. Feel free to use 3D foam tape to give some of the pieces a bit of dimension. You can then finish off the wreath by adding a red ribbon bow.

Sunny Studio Stamps: Christmas Trimmings Dapper Diamonds Embossing Folder Layered Wreath Christmas Card with Juliana Michaels

For the sentiment, I stamped Merry Christmas from the Christmas Trimmings stamp set onto a piece of white cardstock with Versamark Embossing Ink. I then sprinkled it with gold embossing powder and heat set it. Use double sided foam tape to adhere the deer and to add some depth and dimension to the scene.


I hope you enjoyed learning how this Christmas Wreath card came together using the new Christmas Trimmings stamp set. Thanks so much for joining me today!

Sunny Studio Supplies Used:

Dapper Diamonds Embossing
Dapper Diamonds Embossing
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Christmas Trimmings Stamps
Christmas Trimmings Stamps
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Christmas Trimmings Dies
Christmas Trimmings Dies
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