Today I’m on Lindy’s Gang blog with a new step-by-step video. Spring is already there, and Easter not that far away, so I decide to make an Easter wreath.
I added a design on a watercolor paper with a stencil and clear crackle paste. I left it aside to dry to allow the crackle to appear.
In the meantime, I colored different die-cut leaves and branches with My Mojito Green, Edelweiss Moss Green, and Antique Bronze. I embossed them as well with Oakleaf Olive EP, Spanish Moss Green, and Bratwurst Brown. I embossed some berry branches with Scotch Broom Yellow EP, then I colored them with Dark Chocolate Brown.
I embossed a chicken wire chipboard with the Chip Off the Black and TinRoof, Rusted! chunky EP.
I colored the watercolor paper along with ribbons with Yellow Rose of Texas, My Mojito Green, Edelweiss Moss Green, and Dark Chocolate Truffle. I glued it on a cardboard tag and added the ribbon.
I die cut a couple of butterflies which I colored with Yellow Rose of Texas and Darl Chocolate Truffle. Next, I added some gold foil.
I glued all the elements I’ve prepared along with natural branches, and flowers. I made a nest with sisal and added some eggs. To finish, I added some sequins and microbeads.
And here is the video:
- Starburst – My Mojito Green, Edelweiss Moss Green, Yellow Rose of Texas, Dark Chocolate Truffle;
- Magical – Antique Bronze;
- Embossing powders – Bratwurst Brown, Oakleaf Olive, Spanish Moss Green, Scotch Broom Yellow
- Chunky embossing powders – Tin Roof, Rusted!, Chip Off the Old Black.
2 thoughts on “Handmade Easter Wreath by Pascale B.”
Beautiful wreath. Love it!!!!
Where did you get the chicken wire chipboard? I love the look of it! Happy Easter!