All is Calm Star Christmas Wreath

by Joanne James14. November 2014 21:36

Today I thought I would share with you the Christmas star wreath I made at my class yesterday. I used the All is Calm Speciality Designer Series Paper for my version, which looks like this:

I layered a circle of Lost Lagoon flat stars, cut out with my Stars framelits, onto my wreath base, then cut 12 stars out of the All Is Calm Speciality DSP for the 3D stars. Each of these stars was scored from the point to the opposite side then pinched together to create the dimension and once glued to the wreath base, finished with a selction of Brights, Neutrals, Subtles and silver buttons:

To finish, a length of the luxurious In-Colour Lost Lagoon satin ribbon to create a bow and hanging loop:

You can see another example of this wreath made with the Under The Tree Speciality DSP over on my Facebook page - it looks lovely in the kraft and more traditional, red, greens and browns, so do check it out. I have another of these classes next week where the ladies will be making them using other papers of their choice.

I hope you like today's project; this is going to be my indoor wreath as it matches my dining room colours perfectly; I have another two wreaths to share with you in coming weeks, so if home decor is your thing, keep an eye out for the other versions!

Back tomorrow with another project; until then, happy stampin'!

 

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Wendie Waldman
Wendie WaldmanUnited States
11/15/2014 1:51:24 AM #

Absolutely beautiful!

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Joanne James
Joanne JamesUnited Kingdom
11/15/2014 8:42:54 PM #

Thanks Wendie - so glad you like it!

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Wendie Waldman
Wendie WaldmanUnited States
11/15/2014 1:53:53 AM #

What did you use for your wreath base?

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Joanne James
Joanne JamesUnited Kingdom
11/15/2014 8:42:29 PM #

I used a 10" flat wire florist's wreath Wendie and used a hot glue gun to attach the stars to it. I first attach the stars from the front temporarily using glue dots, then when I'm happy with the positioning and am sure they completely cover the wreath frame, I turn it over and attach permanently using a hot glue gun from the back. Hope that helps!

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Wendie Waldman
Wendie WaldmanUnited States
11/15/2014 11:46:32 PM #

Thank you so very much, Joanne.  I've made my wreath for the year, but your design will be on my list for next year!  

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Pauline A
Pauline AUnited Kingdom
11/16/2014 5:40:44 PM #

Adorable, love it x

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Claire Broadwater
Claire BroadwaterUnited States
11/16/2014 8:18:32 PM #

FABULOUS!!!!!!!  You are just so creative, Joanne!  I love this!  XX

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Hayley's Paper Garden
Hayley's Paper GardenCanada
11/17/2014 2:32:58 PM #

WOW!!! This is gorgeous Joanne Smile I have been inspired!!!

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Kathy James
Kathy JamesUnited Kingdom
11/17/2014 4:43:46 PM #

Beautiful - I love the colours.

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Misty
MistyUnited States
7/11/2016 5:50:49 PM #

I love this wreath!  Are there stars glued to both sides or did you cover the wire with flat stars before adhering the dimensional stars?

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