Wreaths are all the rage right now and are always in season. A quick look at Pinterest will show people making wreaths for their front doors in all shapes, sizes, and colors. In fact, I just put together my first attempt at a burlap wreath the other day. The cards you’ll see featured today have all made use of wreaths in different sizes, shapes and forms! You’ll start looking differently at all of the craft supplies around you before long.
Dawn used a stamp set designed for Christmas to create this gorgeous fall card. The background with the woodgrain makes it look like just like it’s hanging on a wooden door!
Hello Fall by Dawn Olchefske, courtesy DOstamping with Dawn
Wanda featured another season with her Hello card. She used the Lovely Spring set from Simon Says Stamp that allows you to customize the wreath or create your own. The background papers really highlight the red flowers in the wreath.
Hello by Wanda Guess, courtesy A Blog Called Wanda
The same stamp set is featured in this next card by Laura. She used an ink smooshed background and built her own wreath with the branch stamps. The colors of this card are so appealing!
Have a Lovely Day by Laura Bassen, courtesy Doublestick Heaven
Laura also assembled a wreath on this next card with individual die cut elements. The flowers and greens go together so well, and her sentiment banner is just perfect to finish off this clean and simple card.
Celebrate by Laura Bassen, courtesy Doublestick Heaven
This feminine card by Debbie would be so sweet to receive in the mail! Can you believe those little flowers are actually individually die cut? Their dimension just completes the card and takes it over the top.
Friends Make Life Blossom by Debbie Olson, courtesy Thinking Inking
Nancy’s wreath includes delicious looking strawberries! I love her “thank you berry much” sentiment. It goes perfectly with the cute strawberries!
You’re So Sweet by Nancy Krueger, courtesy Happy Heart Studio
Now, lest you be looking at your stamp collection and panicking that you don’t have any wreaths or wreath-building stamps, have no fear! You can make a wreath out of most anything! Betsy made a wreath of peaches for this card, and filled in the gaps with some cute little flowers and leaves.
Thanks by Betsy Veldman, courtesy Paper, Scissors, SuperHeroes
Sarah made this cute wreath out of brads, and while she didn’t call it a wreath, I think it definitely fits the bill! I love how she interspersed the smaller brads in matching colors between the larger ones. I bet you have some spare brads floating around just waiting to be turned into a cute wreath.
Cheering You On by Sarah Moerman, courtesy My Impressions
There are plenty of great wreath stamps out there, including some of the ones featured in today’s post!
Wondrous Wreath stamp set by Stampin’ Up
Lovely Spring clear stamps by Simon Says Stamp
Simply Scrumptious clear stamps by Clearly Besotted
I hope you can find some fun things to create wreaths for any season in your stash today!