Learn how to make a wreath greeting card for your holiday cards this year. I just love how one of the most classic – and classy – Christmas symbols make the prettiest cards. And this one is such a breeze to make, there’s absolutely no pre-holiday stress to getting them done!
Yup, that’s what I said. Absolutely NO STRESS! That’s because they’re
- Quick (like only MINUTES to make)
- Easy (like just a die cut, some glue and paper)
- Beautiful (like who can resist shiny glitz?)
Let me show you the card then get all the measurements and steps to get busy making them at home.
How simple and gorgeous is that?
Some Champagne Foil sheets, a quick run through your die cutting machine, a dab of Shimmery Silver Delicate ink. And voila! You’re done and off to bake your Christmas goodies!
Let’s see the genius behind this card.
I absolutely fell in love with that top wreath die and knew it needed a spot in my craft room. It’s perfect for holiday projects right?
But then I thought. How many of us have wreaths up around our home every day of the year? Too many to count! So that means I’ll be using it well beyond the festive season for all kinds of cards and projects.
But you know what the real icing on the cake is? You can get this bundle right now at 10% off! So, 10% off and easy? Sign me up!
Here’s the how-to.
How to Make a Wreath Greeting Card
Cuttin’ It Up!
- Whisper White Thick cardstock – 4 1/4″ x 11″
- Old Olive – 4″ x 5 1/4″
- Real Red – 3 3/4″ x 5″
- Champagne Foil Sheets – piece about 3 1/2″ x 3 1/2″
Let’s Make It!
1.Crop detailed wreath die in Champagne Foil sheet with die cutting machine. TIP: To ensure a full cut, run back and forth through your die cutting machine using the Big Shot Platform and two standard cutting plates, then carefully turn plates over so die is upside down and run through one more time.
2. Glue Old Olive panel to front of folded Whisper White card. Adhere Real Red panel on top.
3. Dab a few spots of liquid glue on back of wreath and affix to front right of card. TIP: Or adhere with mini dimensionals to add even more OOOMPH!
4. Next carefully stamp greeting in Shimmery Silver Delicata ink to left of the wreath. TIP: Set aside for a couple minutes to dry and it won’t smear like other silver inks! Bonus!
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Now It’s Your Turn!
If you’ve been stressing about getting your holiday cards done, no need to worry! Grab this lovely bundle (and all the supplies you need) by clicking on any of them right here.How to Make a Wreath Greeting Card
I’m so grateful when you stop by to see what I’ve been up to. I hope you found an idea or two so you can start your holiday cards.
I’ll be sharing more about this great bundle in my next post so be sure to pop back.
And remember. Don’t stress about your Christmas greetings. Now you know how to make a wreath greeting card you’ll have time to spare!