Authentique Paper, May Arts, Imagine Crafts Blog Hop- Create a Fall Wreath with "Harmony"
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Hello Authentique Fans, Heather here with a fun way to use up some of your wired ribbon scraps and the Harmony Collection by Authentique.
To create this beautiful Fall Wreath, I started with a few pieces of wired ribbon (2.5 Inch Solid / Wired Ribbon [Ivory]) about 12" each. I handcut scallops on one side of each piece of the ribbon. To make a more uniformed scallop, I used my Kiwi Lane Scallops Border Templates.
Once the scallops were cut, I pulled on the wire from both sides and scrunched the ribbon towards the center.
When this was complete, I spiraled the ribbon and liquid glued it onto a scrap piece of paper.
To create a center for each of the ribbon "flowers", I grabbed my Epiphany Crafts' Shape Studio Round 25 tool and used an epoxy circle and papers from the 6x6 Harmony Collection Bundle. I then glued those to the flowers.
The blue flower was cut from a piece of Growth 12x12 Paper using the 3D Peony from the Silhouette Online Store. Before securing each section with a brad from my stash, I inked every section with one of my absolute favorite inks: Espresso Truffle Memento Dye Ink.
Once all of the flowers were secured to the wreath, I started on the banner. I cut each of the banner pieces using the Build a Banner Set and papers from the 6x6 Bundle in Creation, Awakening, Abundance, Vitality. I only used the notched banner piece, cutting the sentiment directly onto each banner. For this sentiment, I used the Tall Dark & Handsome Font with my Silhouette. Once it was cut, I inked each piece with Espresso Truffle Memento Dye Ink.
To create some contrast, I made sure to cut a slightly smaller set to go behind the sentiment in a darker color (Abundance). Once those were cut, I used my Xyron 1.5" Sticker Maker to make sure that the banner didn't fall apart.
Then I liquid glued each piece to the 1/4 inch Twill Ribbon w/ Chevron Stripes (Black) and tied that onto the wreath.
Lastly, I loosely wrapped another small piece of ribbon in 1.5 Inch Faux Burlap / Wired Ribbon (Natural) to the top of the wreath and liquid glued it together. To make it hang on my door, I used a little piece of wire and wired it through the burlap ribbon.
Authentique Harmony Collection: Abundance & Awakening 12x12 Papers, 6x6 Bundle
May Arts Ribbons: 1.5 Inch Faux Burlap / Wired Ribbon (Natural), 1/4 inch Twill Ribbon w/ Chevron Stripes (Black), & 2.5 Inch Solid / Wired Ribbon (Ivory)
ImagineCrafts Ink: Espresso Truffle Memento Dye Ink
Additional Supplies: wreath, brad, Xyron 1.5" Sticker Maker, liquid glue, wire, Epiphany Craft's Shape Studio Round 25 tool and epoxy stickers, Kiwi Lane Designer Templates (Scallops)
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So pretty! I love the way you secured the flowers with the brads. I am a Senior Caregiver and this would make a lovely gift for my 95-year old client!ReplyDelete
Such a gorgeous, eye-catching wreath with the lovely blooms and "FALL" banner. Bring aboard different seasons of Authentique papers and May Arts ribbons would make this a year-round home decor piece. Oh, the possibilities (imagine this with Halloween images...Christmas...Valentine's Day...). Thanks for inspiring!ReplyDelete
I love the simple elegance of this wreath.ReplyDelete
The wreath is simple but so pretty. You don't need a lot of fussy to get a great project.ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing a wonderful project.
great fall project thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Love the flowers you made on the wreath!ReplyDelete
This is such a beautiful fall wreath. The flowers are gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Fun idea and lovelyReplyDelete
work on your wreath.
Carla from Utah
Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall - I can see a seasonal version of this lovely wreath!! Let the crafting begin!!ReplyDelete
Paper and fabric and ribbon...oh my! Pretty flowers!ReplyDelete
Lovely wreath!! Brilliant technique for making the pretty flowers. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
jwoolbright at gmail dot com
Gorgeous wreath!! Love the flowers and the banner!ReplyDelete
Great project love the way you made flowers out of ribbon thanks for staring and the chance to winReplyDelete
That is such a neat idea to make those flowers. I have to try that.ReplyDelete
Those COLORS! Those FLOWERS! That BANNER!!!! You guys make GREAT projects! Love your paper too, I have used it on soooooo many projects!!!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous wreath!! I can totally see changing out the banner a couple flowers to use it all year round!!ReplyDelete
Very cute wreath. Love the ribbon flowers. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Such a pretty wreath! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
What a pretty wreath! LOVE the blue flower most of all! TFS!ReplyDelete
what a cute way to use the ribbon. Love the wreath.ReplyDelete
Cute wreath, love the banner! Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Such a lovely wreath. Gorgeous flowers.ReplyDelete
Beautiful fall wreath! I love the ribbon flowers!ReplyDelete
I love today's Fall wreath. It is very beautiful and it encourages me to make one for my door.ReplyDelete
I love the way you made the ribbon flowers. I will have to try that some time.ReplyDelete
WHat beautiful flowers!ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers and I like the FALL banner on your wreath.ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous wreath! I love the mini banner in the center too!ReplyDelete
I LOVE this wreath!! It is so beautiful!!!!! And it looks so "do-able"!!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the step by step tutorial for making this pretty fall wreath! The flowers are beautiful and I can see myself making them for a variety of projects. Especially the blue one, since I have SO MUCH patterned paper that I could actually use up for them.ReplyDelete
Love the fall wreath and the tutorial on how you made the flowers.ReplyDelete
Beautiful wreath, great colors and elements. The banner is adorable.ReplyDelete
Beautiful wreath. I love those gorgeous handmade ribbon flowers.ReplyDelete
This is lovely! Great job with the beautiful flowers.ReplyDelete
Your wreath is so sweet! Great flower tutorial. I think I could even manage to create these. Cute banner to decorate the front.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing! :)
BEAUTIFUL wreath Heather!!!ReplyDelete
LOVE your handmade flowers - WOW - they're DELIGHTFUL!!!
THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION
and your FABULOUS tutorial too :)
Thankyou for your flower tutorial. They are beautiful. I will have to try to make one!ReplyDelete
Wow, totally awesome and creative, thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Awesome, awesome wreath!! I would love to hang this on my door, ha! I love the banners and how you did the flowers was very cool, love the paper at the centers. Great job!! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete