Clearly Besotted Layered Wreath

Hello crafty friends, happy Sunday!
I have two (kind of) CAS Christmas cards to share with you today using the newly released Clearly Besotted Layered Wreath stamp set.
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yoonsunhur-20160911-cbesotted-a001I simply stamped the leaf wreath, berries, and pine cones from the Layered Wreath set on the centre of square watercolour paper panel using some dye inks first: (Leaf wreath) Mowed Lawn, Evergreen Bough Distress inks and Altenew Forest Glades dye ink / (Berries) Altenew Ruby Red dye ink / (Pine cones) Altenew Dark Chocolate dye ink. I then lightly brushed the wreath using water brush – Distress inks react with water. I wrapped red & white bakers twine on the top of the stamped panel three times, added a bow and silver jingle bell. I then decorated the bottom of the panel with gold foil washi tape. Lastly I mounted the panel on white card base using foam tape, and then embellished with a few PPP 4mm metallic gold sequins.
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Here is another CAS card with the Layered Wreath stamp set.
yoonsunhur-20160911-cbesotted-b001I stamped the sentiment from the set on the centre of the watercolour paper panel in black pigment ink first, and then randomly stamped tiny Christmas images all around the panel. For the tiny snowflakes, I used the On Thin Ice stamp set.
yoonsunhur-20160911-cbesotted-bothThat’s it for today. Thank you so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful weekend!!

Keep smiling and be blessed! God bless you all!
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