Perfume of nature invade our homes. So let's color them a bit with flowery and colorful home decor. This time I show you how you can make summer wreaths using the "Dream Catcher" die as a support base.
To make these two garlands, you must first die-cut all three dimensions of the circles once and the large one twice.
The first garland is made up of a large circle and a medium circle joined at the top centering the hole and tied by white and pink twine, blocked with a pink brad.
Die cut the three flowers of different sizes from the "Daisy" dashboard and the two small and medium central parts. Color them by watercolor and blending to give that delicate and elegant effect. Then punch the twigs as well: two from the “Dream Flower” dashboard and a sprig of the daisy and glue to the bottom of the medium circle under the previously composed flower. Die-cut a piece from the larger "Banner" and paste it after stamping it with the word Home Sweet Home taken from both the "Postage Summer" and "Welcome" dashboards.
The second wreath is made up of a large and a small circle, always united at the top, centering the hole. This time, however, glue the tab from the "Tab Set" on the back, so as to have a support for the flower and to insert the white and pink twine to hang it.
Die cut each time twice, one in pink and the other in white, the flowers of the "Dream Flower" dashboard and also the sprig. Also die-cut the "Branch 4" by removing the stem. Glue everything on the tab and glue a white enamel dot to the center of the flower.
Stamp the word Welcome from the “Welcome” dashboard and cut it leaving a small white margin all around with the scissors and the cutter. Glue it to the bottom right on the large circle. Die-cut from the smallest size and stamp the word Home and paste behind everything. Insert three brads in the holes here and there, one green and two pink.
Hoping to have given you some inspiration to brighten and beautify your home, I wish you a wonderful summer!
See you soon. Tania.