Sweet Moments wreath

ChrissyB 11 Jun 2018 4 Comments
under 60 minutes None moderate Papercraft Other

An decorative wreath made using Sweet Moments papers and First Edition dies - would make a lovely decoration for an afternoon tea party

1. Use the First Edition tea party die set to cut Sweet Moments papers. I cut five teapots and ten cups using different papers from the 6”x6” paper pad.

2. I also cut four forks and four spoons from gold card. I added these to ribbon bows with an adhesive pearl to make unusual embellishments.

3. Adhere several different lengths of Sweet Moments ribbon around an embroidery hoop.

4. Arrange the die cuts around the embroidery hoop and adhere when you are happy with the placement.

5. Add Sweet Moments buttons, paper flowers and the fork and spoon embellishments to the wreath.

6. Add a wooden “tea time” sign and lengths of ribbon to the top of the wreath to finish.

Sweet Moments products 

6”x6” paper pad SCPAP096

paper flowers DCFLW020

wooden shapes DCWDN061

mini bows DCRBN033

buttons DCBTN026

First Edition tea party dies FEDIE004

 

 

 

 

 

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Dido

Dido

This looks simply gorgeous Chrissy. The little knife and fork embellishments are particularly spectacular, pieced together with the bows and pearl gems. I love it. XX

ChrissyB

ChrissyB

Thanks very much, I love the little fork and spoon dies too, they are just so tiny I had to think of a way to display them so thought the bows would be a good way x

Scrapthology

Scrapthology

This wreath is gorgeous, love the mix of embellishments they work perfectly together.

ChrissyB

ChrissyB

Thanks very much, I do love the ranges with all the matching embellishments x

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