Friday, November 11, 2016

Berry Wreath

Hello! Today's card was a pretty quick and easy one. Bonus I LOVE how it turned out! So much so that I made two exactly the same except for the sentiment. I heat embossed the PSX wreath and colored in the berries with my copics. Added a pretty double bow and added a sentiment (heat embossed also) an that was it. That wood panel DP really helped make the card I think?? I hope AC Moore's still carries it because I need to get  few more sheets for future use! Challenges I'm entering are listed below. Hope to have more cards this weekend!

~ Challenges ~
Beccy's Place ~ A Month of Holiday Cards (Wreaths)
Fab 'n' Funky ~ Get Krafty
The Ribbon Girl ~ Anything goes with Ribbon


Beccy said...

I love how it turned out too Janice! The berry wreath is awesome and looks fabulous against the wood grain. I really like the bow you added... the tartan ribbon looks great. The sentiment finishes it off nicely.

Gina Knott said...

This is such a beautiful card, I love teh design and the fabulous paper too. Thank you for sharing with us at the Ribbon Girl, good luck and I hope you will join us again.
Gina xx

Debbie said...

Beautiful! I love your wreath, and it looks wonderful stamped on the DP!! (Going to have to remember this... I often emboss DP but never think to stamp right on it.)

Laurie Unger said...

CAS perfection!

Lisa Andersen said...

what stamp sets did you use? Love the card and would like to remake?

Stacy Sheldon said...

Funny true story, I just found this one Today on Pinterest and I was like Oh My Gosh I love that click and see and I laughed and laughed when I seen it was one of yours Janice :)

Nanette said...

Where did you find this wreath stamp? It's beautiful!!


Unknown said...

i love the look of this card too but i'm confused by some of your terminology. What is "DP" and what is "PSX". thanks for your help and perhaps i can recreate it also.

PJ Smith said...

PSX stands for Personal Stamp Exchange, a Stamp company that used to have such beautiful stamps. I just Googled them, and apparently they were bought by Inkadinkadoo, who reportedly still makes some of their designs. The best place to find their stamps is eBay. I believe DP stands for designer paper, but I may be wrong. Hope this helps!