Wondrous Wreath Cherry Moss Lagoon

Earlier in the week, I showcased the negative image of a die cut on a clean and simple card. Today, I am showing the real die cut of a negative image I displayed here.

I stamped the wreath in Mossy Meadow and Cherry Cobbler and the flowers in Cherry Cobbler. The flowers and wreath were then die cut with the matching Wonderful Wreath Framelits. The base card of Lost Lagoon was layered with a piece of Motley Monsters DSP in a woodgrain pattern. I die cut the word Joy in Lost Lagoon, then used a two way glue pen to add Dazzling Details for some bling. The flowers on the wreath have Basic Pearls Rhinestone centres for even more bling.

Wondrous Wreath Cherry Moss Lagoon

So here is another example of being able to create two cards with the one die cut. The Wonderful Wreath Framelits are so versatile, especially when used with the matching Wondrous Wreath images. Do you have yours yet?

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