Sep 17, 2021

Say what... a spider wreath?!

Hello, crafty Dies R Us fans! Leslie here from Love To Scrap 2 and I’m delighted to be back on the blog today with another awesome DT inspiration project! I created a fun Halloween card featuring a wreath created with the amazing Birch Press Design Roundabout Layer Set in black, orange and yellow, with eeeky spiders! 



This was a super fun one, so let's get started!

1. Cut the wreath layers using the Birch Press Design Roundabout Layer Set from black, orange and yellow cardstock.



2. Assemble the wreath, add spider sequins with tiny orange gemstones, and set it aside.



3. Cut a standard A2 size top-folding card base and an inside layering panel from white cardstock. Cut front and inside layering panels and embellishing strips from orange cardstock. Cut front layering panel and strip along with an inside embellishing strip from Halloween patterned paper. Grab a roll of Halloween washi tape. 



4. Adhere front layering panels and strips together, add washi tape, and adhere wreath. Adhere inside embellishing strips to left side of white layering panel, then adhere to orange layering panel. 



5. Stamp front and inside sentiments in black ink.



6. Adhere front panel to front of card base, and add three orange gemstones to the bottom. Adhere inside panel to inside of card base, and your fun Halloween card with eeeky spiders is complete! ;)

 


Dies R Us products used:
Birch Press Design Roundabout Layer Set

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Leslie


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