Good morning to all my Authentique fans!
Today I am sharing an easy Fall Wreath created using the Pleasant Collection!
I will show how to create paper flowers to create you wreath with but if you aren't in the mood to make them
just grab some fall flowers and foliage and create your own wreath! I am sure it will be beautiful!
Die cut 4 larger sets and 18 of one of the small flowers from the the Heart and Soul Flower using pattern paper from the Pleasant Collection
Using a stylus, tweezers and a soft mat roll flower parts and form with tweezers.
Step 1: Roll and form 4 flower pieces using stylus, tweezers and soft flower mat.
Step 2: Adhere the largest flower to the smallest pieces to form base.
Step 3: Adhere the next two flower pieces to center of base.
Step 4: Completed flower.
Emboss Chipboard with Dragon Egg Magical Mysteries Embossing Powder.
Adhere to top of Pleasant pattern paper.
Fussy cut 2 of the owls from the pattern paper; layer together with pop dots.
Adhere to front of prepared chipboard. Add to top of wreath.
Adhere prepared largest flowers to top of chipboard piece.
Add small Pleasant Elements to center of each flower with pop dots.
Roll small flower pieces with stylus and tweezers.
Layer together with brads.
Adhere smaller flowers and pieces of circle jute to the front of wreath.
Add orange tulle bow to wreath.
Cut Spring Leaves from Spectrum green pattern paper; form leaves with stylus and tweezers.
Adhere to wreath.
Adhere "In Everything Give Thanks" Pleasant Element to chipboard.
Adhere to wreath along with flowers, leaves and jute circles.
Adhere "Our Family",Pleasant Element behind chipboard to finish wreath.
Pleasant 12 x 12 Paper Pad
Pleasant Elements Sheet
Spectrum Series 2
Sizzix Spring Leaves and Heart and Soul Flower Die
Emerald Creek Dragon Egg Magical Mystical Embossing Powder
Hot Glue Gun
(Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Authentique Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.)