Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Itty Bitty Buds Wreath

This is a hostess set from last year's SU catalog that I am finally getting a chance to try. I love it, it's a keeper!!
I started with a Soft Suede scallop circle cardbase that was cut from the Big Shot. Next I cut a circle just to fit inside the scallop in Whisper White. I stamped the sentiment from All Holidays in Old Olive. Starting with the Little Leaves Sizzlits die in Celery, I sponged the edges of the leaves and laid them out around the circle. I stamped, colored, and cut out all of the Itty Bitty Buds flowers and sponged all of the edges of the petals. This really makes the color stand out, I think. Arranges around wreath atop leaves.

18 comments:

JazzyH said...

Those is so pretty! I like all of the colors.

Becky said...

I just love all these gorgeously colored flower's, awesome job.

Denise Young said...

breathtaking! You coloring is fantastic.

Jaspere said...

Wow!! That is beautiful.

Debbie said...

This is beautiful! Love all the colours, the whole creation invokes happiness! :-)

Sara said...

OMG! This is fantastic! That had to have been a LOT of work, but so worth it!!!

Julie A. said...

Joanne-

This is awesome! The coloring is beautiful! I love it:)

Lisa Phillippi said...

Drool is literally dripping from my chin!!! This is AMAZING!!!!Love love LOVE it!!!

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

Oh, wow, is that ever a beautiful wreath, Joanne! I am so impressed with your patience for cutting out all those itty bitty buds!

Julia Aston said...

This wreath is just gorgeous Joanne!

laos348 said...

Wow - this is gorgeous!

Primitive Seasons said...

Fantastic! Love the colors.

Mary
www.primitiveseasons.blogspot.com

Patti said...

This is absolutely incredible!

Marilyn (mlj-mlj) said...

Gorgeous! So colorful.

Cindy said...

Just beautiful!

stampin abi said...

wow this is so cool! love it!

JulieA said...

Beautiful! Love all of your colors! Wow, that must have been a lot of work to glue those all on there, but very effective!

Anita Hovey said...

WOW that's amazing! A lot of cutting tho!