- Circle Of Love Nesting Dies (these are no longer available but you could use the Simple Circle Dies)
- Beautiful Blender Brush
- Low tack Mint Tape from Scrapbook.com for creating a mask
- Ranger Distress White Heavystock
- Distress Oxide Inks – Salvaged Patina and Peacock Feathers
- Salvaged Patina Distress Spray stain
- Heat tool and anti-static powder tool
- Brutus Monroe Sterling embossing powder
- VersaMark by Tsukineko embossing ink
- Stickles Stardust and Ranger Inkssentials Enamel Accents White
- Art Glitter liquid glue
- Stamping platform - MISIT from My Sweet Petunia
- Dust cardstock with an anti-static powder tool, stamp the large wreath in embossing ink and cover it with white embossing powder and heat set.
- Use blender brushes to Distress Oxides and die-cut wreath with the coordinating die.
- Die cut a 5 ¼ diameter circle from white cardstock and dust with an anti-static powder tool. Use a stamping platform to stamp ‘warm winter wishes’ in embossing ink, cover with silver embossing powder and heat set.
- Use low tack tape to protect the sentiment and add a splatter of distress ink spray stain.
- Adhere wreath around the sentiment using liquid glue and add some Stickles and white accents.
- Create a card base by partial die cutting using the same circle die used to make the front panel.
- Adhere the decorated front panel to the card base with liquid glue.
TIP: for a bolder/more intense splatter use a distress ink rather than an Oxide, even better use a spray stain!
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