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Winnie and Walter Wreath

Winnie and Walter Wreath

Hey Peeps!

Another Brutus Monroe/Winnie & Walter creation. Today it is a Christmas card. (Not too early, is it?) It was created using Winnie & Walter stamp set "It's a Wonderful Pennant" and Brutus Monroe embossing powder, inks and corner medallion stamp.

To create this colorful Christmas card start with stamping the many pennants in a circle in shades of green and red to form the base of the wreath. Next die cut two circles for the center of the wreath in red (smaller one) and silver. On the red circle emboss using Brutus Monroe Sterling embossing powder the Winnie & Walter star from the stamp set. Next emboss in Sterling the corner medallions from Brutus Monroe.

Now layer up the image layer onto Alabaster card stock, then onto glitter silver card stock and finally onto a green card stock card base. Nothing says Christmas more then a beautiful wreath.

Remember, this is Winnie & Walter Week and everyday there will be many cards on both companies' sites and social media sites. So be on the lookout for these creations.


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DUMONTIER Marjorie - August 23, 2018

That’s a very impressive card ! Great idea !

Leanne S - August 23, 2018

Thanks for the inspiration using pennants to create this lovely card.

Helen Gullett - August 23, 2018

This fun card!

Terrie D. - August 23, 2018

This is such a cool card! I love the heat embossed corner medallions :)

Janet Sisk - August 21, 2018

It is never too early to make Christmas cards! Then you are not rushed to get them done in November/early December. Thanks for the inspiration. :D

Kirsty Vittetoe - August 21, 2018

Love the card. It’s so gender friendly. Thanks.

Denise Bryant - August 21, 2018

Beautiful creation! Love the design with the stamp set you chose! Great colors!

Sue D - August 21, 2018

Very clever and festive design.

Dana M - August 21, 2018

Super fun and graphic card – so festive!

Andre M. - August 20, 2018

This is such a fab geometric design. Thanks for the inspiration.

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