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Make a Pastel Spring Wreath for a Sweet Greeting Card

Looking for a soft and sweet card for Spring? This stunning pastel Spring Wreath will turn your next card project into an elegant masterpiece. Add some gold embossing, a cheesecloth stamped background and a deckled edge, and you have the yourself some serious paper-eye-candy!

We love the delicate and soft color palette used on today’s project. Christina created todays project with Spring on her mind, and has given us the steps to make a pastel spring wreath for a sweet greeting card.

Pastel Spring Wreath for a Sweet Greeting Card

How to make this card:

  • Stamp the wreath image on white cardstock with clear embossing ink and heat emboss with gold embossing powder.
  • Stencil the wreath image with the coordinating stencils using Color Fuse Ink in Moss, Clover, Posey, and Scarlet.
  • Die cut the wreath with the coordinating die.
  • Die cut the largest Nested Deckle Rectangle from white cardstock.
  • Ink the edges with metallic gold pigment ink.
  • Stamp the deckle rectangle with the Cheesecloth Background stamp using metallic gold pigment ink.
  • Stamp the sentiment on white cardstock with clear embossing ink and heat emboss with gold embossing powder.
  • Use the Offset Tags dies to die cut the sentiment, die cutting the tails on both ends.
  • Attach the deckle rectangle to an A2 top-fold card base.
  • Attach the wreath and the sentiment to the deckle rectangle with foam tape.
  • Add gold embellishments.

This card has really inspired us and that simple cheesecloth stamped/deckle cut background layer is giving us all the crafty ideas for future projects! The stenciled spring wreath is a simple element that looks way more complicated than it actually is, giving our projects that WOW factor we are always looking for. All-in-all, we are super impressed with this card and hope you also found it to be inspirational for your next card-making project. Be sure to pin this card for later!

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