Today I wanted to share with you this super cute rose gold holiday wreath card. Do you do color schemes for your holiday decorations? I am all over rose gold things lately; I think we are going to have a rose gold, wood, and white Christmas this year at Casa de Coursey. I’m so excited!
On to today’s card!
In my adventures over at the CutCardstock blog, I came across Bazzill Rose Gold Foil Cardstock. Y’all, the pictures don’t do it justice. You gotta see this paper in real life. It’s GORGEOUS.
I did a post over there with gift tags that coordinate with this card yesterday if you’d like to check those out too (click here).
This is a pretty easy card to make. To start, I cut a 4 x 5 1/4-inch rectangle from Royal Sundance Felt cardstock. It needed a little something, so I added some score lines to create a frame. They are spaced about 1/4-inch from the edges all the way around.
Next, I used the Pine Needle Wreath Die from Simon Says Stamp and die cut it four times from the Rose Gold Foil. There’s a couple of ways you can build this wreath. The easy way is to use two circle dies and cut a ring with an open center to work on.
Of course, I did it the hard way. I cut a 2 1/2-inch circle and worked my way around the edge, layering the pine sprigs with Aleene’s Tacky Glue, thinking I could stamp the sentiment in the center afterward.
It would have worked, too… but I dropped the stamp and ruined it. No worries, though! I just cut out the center with an Exacto knife, then stamped my sentiment on the card front with Rose Gold Pigment Ink where the wreath would “hang.” I also heat embossed it with Super Fine Clear Embossing Powder so it wouldn’t smudge.
Once that was done, I layered my wreath over the sentiment and adhered it with Tacky Glue.
Then, it was time to decorate! I used a bunch of Adhesive Backed Pearls in coordinating colors and different sizes so it would look like Christmas balls.
I attached my front panel to an A2 card base in Butter Mints. And to finish off, I added a bow of sheer ribbon with a Micro Glue Dot. Any warm toned sheer ribbon will work; I used a light brown color, but a gold ribbon would be gorgeous as well. I linked one of my favorites for you below in the supply list.
Thank you so much for coming by to check out my rose gold holiday wreath. If you liked it, please share the love by pinning to Pinterest, I’d really appreciate it!