Friday, 16 November 2012

Holly Wreath

I was holding out for the perfect holly dies and I think I've found them - love these Cheery Lynn Design dies (B183)!  They come with six on the strip, in three different sizes, each pair curling slightly the opposite way.  It's so fun to cut a whole bunch of them and then arrange a wreath or garland!  I added some red pearl berries, in fact, probably went a little crazy with them, if I keep that up, they won't last long!  
This is for today's Free for All challenge at Splitcoaststampers, Wendy has us using newsprint/text on our cards.  I used a hoarded bit of some of my favorite October Afternoon dp to add the text.  All edges have been sponged with Ranger Distress Antique Linen ink.
Supplies include:
October Afternoon dp
Lilybee Designs dp
Ranger Distress Antique Linen ink
Memento Tuxedo Black ink
Stampin Up Lucky Limeade card stock


Beckie said...

This is gorgeous. Love the wreath and the great papers.

Be blessed, Beckie

JD said...

Very pretty!

Susie said...

Don't you just love Cherry Lynn Dies!? I had the chance to meet the owner at the Mesa, Arizona Stamp show a year ago. Did you know the company originates from Arizona? I agree with you Bridget, these Holly dies are gorgeous! And so my friend is this lovely Christmas card. I love your bow choice - perfect!!