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Spring Wreath - Cricut

I was thinking spring! I wanted something pretty for my front door this spring.

I created this 12" styrofoam wreath into something beautiful. About 70 flowers (about 210 cuts on my cricut) and about 16 or so hot glue sticks later, this is what the completed project looks like. I used pearl ended corsage pins as the center and to hold it in place on the foam wreath.

I used the George and Basic Shapes sized at 2 1/2" for the flowers (flower2 black out shadow) and the Plantain SchoolBook for the leave,s cut at 2 1/4".

The paper is Basil Basics Bling.


Audrey Frelx said...

For all the work you put into it, it's beautiful! And, it sure puts me in the mind of -- SPRING!

Cheyennemarie said...

I love getting inspiration from other creative people. I get some great ideas from you. I have an award for you if you stop by my site.

Audrey Frelx said...

Dropping back in to invite you over to my blog to pick up a blog award I have waiting for you -- I really love your blog and visiting you! And, thanks so much for your support in following me.

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