Cut all the scene elements to fit on an A2 sized card base. Note: You can lots of projects here using the Park Bench and Lamp Post.
Use white pigment ink to stamp all the elements with the Splatter Background, apply white embossing powder and heat.
Assemble all the die cut elements and attach them to the card base using strips of mounting tape and double stick tape.
Apply white Nuvo Crystal Drops to the park bench and the top sections of the lamp post to create the appearance of piled up snow.
Make the Wreath
Cut a few greenery branches and punch out or hand cut a 1/2″ circle.
Cut the individual sections off the greenery branches.
Use you snips to cut the center out of the punched circle and attach the two ends back together using glossy accents.
Begin by attaching the tiny branches all the way around the wreath ring using glossy accents.
Continue until you have covered the whole wreath base.
Create the second layer by repeating the steps of adding branches and offset them slightly to fill in the wreath. I’m sorry that I failed to take a picture of this step.
Cut some tiny red flowers and form them using a molding pad and tiny tipped stylus.
Attach the tiny flowers to the wreath using glossy accents. Note: I use my reverse tweezers to pick up small pieces and to place them.
Fill in the wreath with several flowers. Use as mini or as few as you would like.
Finish the Scene
Attach the wreath to the lamp post using glossy accents.
Attach a couple evergreen branches and flowers to the park bench and attach using glossy accents.
Apply red stickles to the flowers to add a touch of sparkle.
I hope you have enjoyed seeing the steps of how to make a mini wreath. Tiny embellishments like the wreath and bows on the bench add such a special touch to projects. Have you made a mini wreath for any season? All the ties used for this project are included in the Rubbernecker Black Friday Sale. Be sure to check it out.
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SO PRETTY, Kittie!!! Your tutorial is PERFECT!!! AND LOOOVE this scene!!! ;)<3
Beautiful winter/snowy scene…ready for a snowball fight.
Thanksgiving Blessings to you Kittie and your family/kittens..
This is the most gorgeous card I have ever seen. You have a real talent with the dies.
Wow it’s just gorgeous!
I always love a wreath on a light post, I like how you dressed up the bench too, terrific scene!