Good Saturday morning. I have another see thru window to share with you today. I really love the Grand Madison Arched Window. It is so perfect for creating a crisp, clean and simple design featuring a decorative element like the mini wreath.
I cut two windows, one for the front of the card and one to finish the inside of the card. I cut an opening in the base of the card with my craft knife and attached the front window with mounting tape. I applied adhesive to the second window and attached it flat over the back opening.
I cut a small circle with circle dies for the base of the wreath. I attached several pine branches around to create the wreath and then filled in with tiny holly leaves and tiny red flowers. I finished with a red multi loop bow. I attached the wreath to the window frame using glossy accents. Here’s a closer view of the wreath.
You can see my see thru window tutorial, mini wreath tutorial and multi loop bow tutorial on the top right of my blog home page if you would like to see step by step photos on how I created this project.
Thanks for looking in today. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
Paper: White, Olive, Red, Accessories: Poppystamps Grand Madison Arched Window, Martha Stewart Branch Punch, Memory Box Flower Mound, Holly Vine, Spellbinder Classic Circles, Glossy Accents, Mounting Tape, Craft Knife, Cutting Mat, Stylus,