Sarah Berry Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator | Christmas Wreath Card with Carols of Christmas stamp set

I love a wreath on a Christmas card, I just can’t get away from them. Every year my Christmas card design is some kind of wreath. I think it’s because I enjoy creating the repetitive pattern. The holly stamp is from a new stamp set which was released last month, Carols of Christmas stamp set [Clear-Mount | Wood-Mount]. There’s actually a set of thinlit dies which has been designed to coordinate with the stamp set, called Card Front Builder Thinlit Dies [Clear-Mount Bundle | Wood-Mount Bundle].

Carols of Christmas stamp set [Clear-Mount | Wood-Mount]

The base card is Crumb Cake, with one layer of Whisper White. To create my wreath, I started with a piece of Whisper White Thick cardstock and cut a ring using two of the Layering Circle Framelits dies. You can make your ring wider or narrower depending on the frame size you choose to use. You’d think by looking at the wreath that the holly was one circular stamp, but it’s actually one small holly stamp which I’ve inked up with the Real Red and Old Olive Stampin’ Write Markers.

Christmas wishes, from across the miles is stamped Tuxedo Black Memento Ink from the stamp set, Holly Berry Happiness. Finally, the beautiful bow is made from the Garden Green 3/8″ Stitched Satin Ribbon, I love this ribbon and I’m pleased to see it in our catalogue again for the third year running now.


Here are the products I used today. All products are from Stampin’ Up! and can be purchased directly from my online shop by clicking the pictures below. Phone ordering is available between 10am-3pm Monday – Friday (01524) 561059, where you can talk with me directly. If you’re ordering online, be sure to add the current special offer code into the hostess code box. You may qualify for this weeks special offer. Thank you for shopping with me and supporting my business!

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