Eucalyptus Wreath Joy Fold Card

Eucalyptus Wreath Joy Fold Card


(inside: wishing you all the best today and throughout the coming year)

This gorgeous wreath stamp is from the “Greenery Invites” set from Art Impressions.  The die set used to make this Joy Fold card base is the “Angel Side Circle Card Die” from Creek Bank Creations (D1952).

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Creek Bank Creations also makes a “Card Stand Die” for cards that either do not stand up on their own or look kind of funky when displayed.  The die cut stand folds flat and fits in the envelope with the card – how cute is that?!

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I stamped and water colored the image with Tombow Duel Brush Pens (Hunter Green #249, Dark Jade #177, and True Blue #526).  I used these same markers to “smoosh: my side strip panel.

The greeting is from the “Tiny Words” set from Simon Says Stamp and was stamped with Gina K Designs In the Navy ink.  It was then cut out with the Stampin’ Up “Word Window” punch (retired).

I did not properly center my wreath image on the stitched circle that is included with the Angel Side Circle set, so I re-cut it out with a die from the Spellbinders Standard Circles (sm) set and mounted that panel on another stitched circle die cut.  I like the extra layer so it was a happy mistake!

The sentiment on the inside is from the “Happy Birthday to You” set from Gina K Designs.  The stitched panel on the left side of the card and on the inside is also included with the card base set.  Everything else was cut with my paper trimmer.

A quick note – the card base die is 9 1/2 inches long; the sizzix extended platform and cutting plates are recommended.

Thanks for checking out my card project!

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9 thoughts on “Eucalyptus Wreath Joy Fold Card

  1. Love the wreath! Such a beautiful card. I have never heard of this company with the easel. Neat idea to include it for displaying the card.


  2. This is stunning in design, colours and creativity. I love everything about it. I followed the link you shared the other day and marked down the die sets that make these shapes as I like them a lot. I will probably buy one or two soon, but don’t want anything in the mail until we are back from boating so will do it when I get home. Did order the Un-Do though as I found a Canadian company who have it. It will arrive by the weekend I hope.


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