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Wondrous Wreath Ornament - CPC42

Happy Friday, everyone! I hope you're all having a wonderful Christmas season! I just finished up my shopping yesterday, so I'm pretty happy! 

I took a little time this morning to participate in this month's Creating Pretty Cards Sketch #42. There's a new twist on the sketch this month. It's an ornament sketch! Actually, it could be used as a card, too, but I went with the ornament idea. If you play along with us, you could win a FREE month Craft Project Central subscription of your choice! You have until December 31 to join in the fun!

As always, I have the supply list for the ornament at the end of this post. If you're reading this post through a feed or email, you'll need to go to the actual post on my blog to see it. For some reasone, the program I use to display the supplies doesn't show up in the feed.

The Cherry Cobbler scallop circle base was die-cut with the scallop circle die in the Circles Collection Framelits Dies. The Under the Tree DSP circle was die-cut with the largest regular circle die in the same Framelits set. The wreath, bow/ribbon, and "Noel" were all die-cut with the dies in the Wonderful Wreath Framelits set.

I had a very hard time getting a good enough picture to show how glittery and pretty the "Noel" is. I die-cut it from Champagne Glimmer Paper. I attached it to the wreath by putting glue on the back of the "N" and "l" with the 2-Way Glue Pen. It's really pretty and sparkly in person. I also attached the die-cut wreath and ribbon with Stampin' Dimensionals. The Gold 1/8" Ribbon was threaded through a hole punched in the top of the ornament with the 1/8" Circle Handheld Punch, and I tied the ribbon ends together with a double knot.

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