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Remarkable Wreath

Hi there, I had a fabulous time at an all day crop on Friday where I got to see the new Fall collection for Close to my Heart. If you're familiar with this company, you know how great their stamps and inks are, and the colors are so fab.! Here's a little card I made with one of the sets I came home with. It's so versatile, and the banner is a choice of three. In this case I used the "Thanks" but you can really customize the look of this stamp to almost any occasion. I hope you like it!

I used Core'dinations cardstock, and Kraft Cardstock. The scalloped dies were cut with my Cricut. I also threaded twine on the scalloped border.

Here's a close-up of the banner, and the pearl drops I added to the flowers. The set allows for beads, or  fall leaves to be added to the wreath. It also comes with a little bow. 

I added machine stitching on the bottom for texture. TFL!

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  1. Beautiful thanks for sharing!!!

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  2. So pretty...love Close to my Heart! Great job!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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