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Saturday, October 6, 2012

Halloween Wreath from CTMH/Artiste

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...Here is a wreath that my DIL Jenn and I made yesterday.  After we finished dropping off the grand kids at school and taking our walk we headed up to the Scrapbook room.  Jenn had started making rosettes knowing that she wanted to make a large Wreath.   Can you tell that we knew what we wanted to end up with but not sure how we were going to end up there Hummmm! 
I stated by attaching all 5 Rosette parts together so that we a large Rosette.  Then I cut a large circle for the backing to keep the Rosette round.  Then we put together the next layer that was a different color the same way.  Next we cut out the Sunset piece (not sure what you call that shape).  The spider web then the spider and Eek!  Jenn added the cutouts from the web to the spider (that was a very cool idea) and popped him up using an Adhesive Spring so he has lots of movement.  The little flower is the Black Tulle Ribbon.  We covered the Black striped Grosgrain Ribbon with the Black Tulle and the Bow is made from the Black Tulle Ribbon too.  The Bling Assortment button and hat pins are in the little flower.  I hit the whole thing with spray glue and we sprinkled Prisma Glitter over it.  The Eek!, Bow, and rosette flower are held on with #Glue Dots from #CTMH
We will be using this for the H2H challange.
It ended up about 14" and it is so cute I can't wait for the kids to get home and see it.
Okay the Grand kids really liked it.  How about you?

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Cardstock:  Black, Pear, Sunset, Gypsy
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    1. Thank you!
      I love making wreaths. But I guess you can tell that. LOL!

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  2. Very cute wreath. Thanks for playing along with us at H2H.

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  3. Thanks Nancy, Wreaths are so fun to make. We will be working on my Christmas one soon.

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