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Heart Wreath

Hi Everyone,
I know not all of you are interested in the Silhouette tutorials so I have a bonus video for you today. Thought I would share with you my 3D flower heart wreath that I made this past weekend. I found the idea on Pinterest, but didn't pin it to one of my boards so I can't tell you who I got the idea from. So Thank you to the person who ever you might be :)

Watch below | Watch on You Tube

Here are a few photos for you too.



Hugs and happy crafting,

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31 comments

  1. That is GORGEOUS sis!! It must have taken forever to roll all those flowers but it was totally worth it.....they look AMAZING!! Miss you! Hugs, T

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  2. Great wreath. Love the tulle bow.

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  3. Oh, this is just gorgeous! The flowers all look amazing, I love the varying size and your tulle bow finishes it off so well!!

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  4. This is my kind of project. I wonder if foamcore would also work. I don't think it would be quite as messy. Your projects always looked so put together and like something one would want to use in their home or send to their friends.

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  5. This is beautiful! I keep meaning to make a Valentines wreath. Maybe this was the push I need!!

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  6. Absolutely beautiful! Love this project. I imagine it took quite some time but what a great project for a snowy weekend! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Very pretty wreath! I admire your fortitude to cut, roll, mist, and glue all of that together.

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  8. Nice wreath - the colours are beautiful! Thanks for the tip on cutting out the shape if you can't find it!!

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  9. Christina, it's stunning, gorgeous.

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  10. So very pretty, love all the colors. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Beautiful beautiful. On Facebook there's an Art Philosophy group I belong to and some of the women on there are making these using the AP cart and they are doing some lovely work too. I'm not sure I'm that ambitious, but you have once again inspired me!

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  12. Love this wreath! The colors are so pretty. I can't believe you did that all in one weekend. I'm working on a rolled rose wreath using pages of an old atlas and it's taking forever!

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  13. This is REALLY beautiful, Christina! Bet you got tired of making those rolled roses!!! I love how you used the trim to cover the sides ~ nice accent! This might give me the push I need to try a big project like this!

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  14. Just the type of wreath an angel would like have hanging on their cloud LOL tee hee<(^O*)>

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  15. Love the wreath. I had looked at the Sizzix die at Michael's. I may just go buy it.
    I enjoy your videos so much. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. that must have taken you hours and hours! But the result is really beautiful!

    Heleen

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  17. Absolutely beautiful, Christina!! Well worth the time!

    Kimberly

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  18. Beautiful project. Using the foam board was a great problem solver. TFS.

    Barb from Toronto, Canada

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  19. Your flower heart is stunning. That must have taken you hours and hours. I'm so impressed with your never ending talent.

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  20. Your wreath turned out beautiful it must have taken a long time to make all those flowers!

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  21. Wow, I can't believe you made this over the weekend. Looks like a lot of work. It is just beautiful. I love it.

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  22. Wow! I LOVE it! It's beautiful! Soooo, how many flowers do you think you had to make? I'm going to run down to my craft room and try to make one! Jenny D. Omaha

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  23. Beautiful wreath, Christina! Thanks for the tip on how to make the heart shape for the base - I'm going to try that.

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  24. Love the wreath. That is one of my favorite looks for valentines decor. One of our local Michaels had a 5 foot Christmas tree covered in paper roses. It would take an army to make enough flowers to cover a tree that large.

    HINT: when cutting foam, use a longer knife. One of the retractable box knives with the long blades works well. Be sure that only the blade touches the foam, not the handle and just slice through the foam. The knife MUST be sharp. Much less "snow" this way.

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  25. Christina I love the wreath!! I think it's beautiful!!! You did a wonderful job with this. Could you tell me what the name of that Sizzix die is called again? I would love to get my hands on that. Thanks!

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    1. Hi Joann, Its by Sizzix and it's called 3D flower. Simon Says Stamps has it...here is a link http://www.simonsaysstamp.com/servlet/the-25851/Sizzix-FLOWERS-3-dsh-D-Bigz/Detail
      Hugs, Christina

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  26. This is truly a beautiful wreath. So many roses to make, so nice. Thank you for giving me the incentive.. I think I'm going to try and make one too.
    Thanks
    Penny
    redheadworking at earthlink dot net

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  27. Absolutely gorgeous, love it.

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  28. beautiful wreath and inspiration!!

    Liz

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  29. I made a similar wreath about a year ago and used inexpensive crepe paper to cover the Styrofoam. cheap and easy!

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