Monday, October 31, 2016

Merry Monday #220 - How Will You Decorate Your Front Door?

Hello friends.  Bonnie is hosting this weeks Merry Monday challenge, and she wants to see how you will decorate your front door.  Pretty simple for me as I'm just a traditional girl at heart!  Yes, I will decorate my front door with a wreath!!  :0)


I pulled out my FAVORITE wreath embossing folder from Spellbinders and came up with this:


After running my cardstock through the embossing folder and Big Shot, I lightly sponged on Ocean Tides and Pine Feather inks (PTI) to just the raised areas of the wreath.  I matted with a layer of Real Red cardstock and attached to a white card base.  A simple red gingham bow tied with some twine and a simple tag (PTI's Tiny Tags) finished off my wreath card.

How will you decorate your front door this Christmas?  We would love to see what you come up with!  Check out all the inspiration from my fabulous team mates and then play along with us.  You can find all the info you need right HERE.

Thanks so much for stopping by today...I love it when you do!  :0)



14 comments:

  1. Great technique Marcia. Love that sweet gingham bow and little tag! :) xx

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  2. Beautiful job Marcia. Have a great week and Happy Halloween.

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  3. This is awesome, Marcia! You have done a wonderful job of sponging this wreath! And that gingham bow is perfect! Have a great week!

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  4. Beautiful wreath Marcia, your card is so pretty.

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  5. I've never been very successful inking an embossed image, but you make me want to try again, Marcia! This is fabulous!

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  6. Just love the look of the inked embossed image, Marcia! So perfect with the sweet tag and bow!!

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  7. So pretty and such a clever idea to sponge the embossed wreath.
    xxx

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  8. That is the most beautiful embossed wreath! Your sponging makes it look soft and ethereal. Perfect color and a gorgeous card!

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  9. Oh my gosh! Your wreath is so cool looking. Love that bow!

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  10. That inking gives a pretty, soft look, finished off perfectly with the gingham bow. Country chic.

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  11. c'est superbe Marcia, j'aime beaucoup ce motif et tu l'as superbement mis en valeur, biz

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  12. This is beautiful, Marcia. I'm not the greatest at 'lightly inking' but you have the right touch.

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  13. Beautiful! The soft green and gingham ribbon are perfect!

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