Maymay Made It — wreath
Posted by Gareth Frewer on
Hello all, I am so looking forward to the Autumn months, its my fave season. In today's video I create a Fall rectangle wreath using the lovely Celebrate Autumn 6x6 paper pad and embellishments. Items used: Celebrate Autumn 6x6 Paper pad Celebrate Autumn chip board phrases Celebrate Autumn chip board accent pieces I used other items but other versions are available from Maymaymadeit.com : Die cut leaves by Darice
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Posted by Tracy Dennis on
Autumn Wreath Supply List; • Echo Park Celebrate Autumn Collection • Echo Park Celebrate Autumn Solid Paper• Fall Stitched Up Stamp Set• Art Glitter Glue• Versafine Black Onyx Detail Ink• One 12x 12 Sheet of Chipboard• 3D Foam Square White• Darice Leaves Die Cut Set• Craft Paint • One Easy Peasy Bow (please follow Maymay’s youtube tutorial). -Below• One Enamel Dot (optional) Simple Instructions:1.) Cut 10” x 10” chipboard circle and center. Leave aprox. a 2” border.2.) Cover wreath form with patterned paper.3.) Decorate with leaves and stamped images. Pop up stickers and stamped images with 3d foam squares.4.) Place...
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Posted by Tamatha Luehrs on
Nothing says welcome to the holidays like a beautiful wreath on the front door. In today's video Maymay takes all the guess work out of how to get the designer look for all of those holiday wreaths. So gather up those supplies and let's create. Supplies used: Evergreen wreath form ( a 30 inch form was used in the video) Ribbon Christmas picks/floral picks Zip ties Chenille Stems Scissors Tip 1 : Use zip ties to create your bow, you can get it cinched tight and have more control in the fluffing of the bow. Tip 2: For that flowing...