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Christmas Wreath with Clear Scraps embellishments!

Hi, Connie here with a Christmas wreath using some of the festive embellishments by Clear Scraps.  I used chipboard trees, a mini star pallet shape and a large birch wood script word to create this Christmas wreath.  

Script word1_Clear scraps_C. Mercer

I started by adhering pine cones to the front of the wreath.  I had collected the pine cones a couple of years ago while on vacation.   If you have some pine cones and fear they are buggy, just put them in the oven at a low heat for about 30 minutes.

Script word2_Clear Scraps_C. Mercer

After the pine cones were attached to the front of the wreath, the script word, trees and star were painted with acrylic paints.   The script word and star were sanded down to create a distressed look.   The embellishments were speckled with watered down white paint.

Script word4_Clear Scraps_C. Mercer

The elements were adhered to the wreath with hot glue.  It really took no time at all to put the wreath together once the embellishments were decorated and painted. Goes pretty fast!!!

Script word5_Clear Scraps_C. Mercer

Script word3_Clear Scraps_C. Mercer

Supplies used:

Clear Scraps: wood lrg. script word "Believe"
Clear Scraps: sm. pallet star
Clear Scraps: chipboard Pine trees
Pattern paper
white acrylic paint (for speckling embellishments)
twine and buttons

Thanks for stopping by~
Connie Mercer/DT Member



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