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A Fun Christmas Wreath

Tis' the Season is the name of the DRS Designs Challenge this week - use your Winter, Christmas, or New Years images. 


I went with Christmas doing a wreath made out of the Triple Holly image and the Joy to You Christmas Greeting.  This took a little extra time to color and cut out, but it was very relaxing and I like how my sponging came out  (I colored the leaves by sponging different colors of green TH Distress Ink).  . 

Hope you have a wonderful Christmas!

I am also entering this in these challenges:

Tuesday Morning Sketches - Anything Goes

Pile It On - Christmas/Winter

Fresh Brewed - Anything Goes Christmas

A snowflakes Promise - Christmas/Winter


Hugaz!





Comments

  1. Oh wow Nancy, this is quite stunning!! Love how you've used the holly image and made it into a wreath!! So clever and beautiful!! Wishing you a joyful and peaceful Christmas my friend! :)

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  2. Such a pretty card and such a clever idea, love it! Merry Christmas, Jx

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  3. Stunning card, I love details of your 3D wreath and that sentiment is fabulous. Have a wonderful Christmas.

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  4. A beautiful card Nancy, such a gorgeous wreath and lovely sentiment.
    Wishing you a very Merry Christmas.
    Pauline
    x

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  5. My favorite word front and centre :) Merry Christmas to you :)

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  6. A truly spectacular wreath I love the dimension and love that you used holly leaves.

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  7. Very pretty Christmas card! Hope you had a very special Christmas!

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  8. I just LOVE your card! I wanted to let you know that I’ve chosen your creation as one of my Favorite Picks and linked back to your blog! Thanks so much for sharing your talent. Kathy at stampsatplay.blogspot.co

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  9. Wow! This is gorgeous! I love the fussy cut leaves and the sponging is wonderful!!
    Thanks for playing along this week at Tuesday Morning Sketches!!
    Debbie (TMS DT)
    Debbie's Dash of This and That

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  10. ERMAGERD. This is utterly stunning!!! The sentiment is the perfect focal point - but you know that incredible wreath is the star. Depth & dimension and just WOW!!! Thanks so much for playing Anything Goes with us at Tuesday Morning Sketches!

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  11. So very stunning and the coloring of the leaves was beautiful. Thanks so much for joining us this month at the Pile it On Challenge, Elizabeth (DT)

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