Monday, December 6, 2010

Day Six...

Today I am sharing with you one of my favorite things that I made for the Bazar. A wreath that  I assembled out of book pages. I cut the large scallop circle out with my Silhouette ( I LOVE that machine!), then used a Tattered Angels snowflake screen as a mask for my glimmery gold mist. The bits of patterned paper are from an older Basic Grey Christmas line called Wassail. I also used Mr. Huey Lunchbox mist on the Melissa Francis crepe paper around the middle of the centerpiece.

This one was donated to the wreath auction at my kids' school and I am pretty sure it was the principal that ended up with the winning bid.



I have another one of these to share with you, same idea but a different look on another dat. :)

Be back tomorrow!

8 comments:

Christina said...

ack!!!! this is tooooo awesome! love it
xo

marcy said...

this is awesome! totally on my to-do list!

ArlaMo said...

Beautiful wreath! Definitely a project I want to tackle soon.

lisa truesdell said...

that is beautiful!

Lauren said...

I LOVE that paper wreath and have been wanting to make one for some time. Perhaps I will make a mini one for the holidays!

Melissa said...

Amazing wreath!

Lauren said...

Beautiful wreath! So unique..I love it!!

Denise said...

I made a similar wreath last year for the holidays and loved the outcome. I love how yours has more dimension than the one I did. I need to try your version! If interested, this is the one I did last year: http://creativemayhembyme.blogspot.com/2009/11/wreath-instructions.html