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Rose Wreath or Wall Decor

Hello, friends! Hannah here, from Fanciful Spaces!

I’m really excited to bring this project too you, it turned out more lovely than I had expected it too. It was quick, relatively inexpensive, and fun! This means it is a perfect project for your tea parties, ladies luncheons, or other fun events where you need something beautiful but also time-sensitive.

I cut a variety of circle sizes, 4 to be exact, out of Classic Linen Card Stock in Gold Pearl. This card stock has a slight texture to it and a nice body. In fact, I accidentally dropped one of my circles in some water, it wasn’t damaged at all!

For the edges of the circles, I coated them with some gold gilding flakes, enhancing the beautiful gold sheen inherent in the cardstock.

I wasn’t done with that gold gilding flake, I also adhered some to my silk roses and to the embroidery hoop that I was using to frame my project in. The Crafter’s Workshop Tacky When Dry is the PERFECT adhesive to use for these projects!

Before applying the gilding flakes to the hoop I also painted it gold. I love the tone-on-tone look!

Through the wooden rings of the hoop I ran gold tulle through it, and I trimmed to the base of the hoop on the backside.

I glued my circles, in a symmetrical pattern radiating from the center of the hoop. Then I adhered the flowers to the hoop using hot glue.

I love the simplicity of this project and how elegant it still is. I have a few other ideas using more of the Classic Linen Card Stock and the same color scheme. I can’t wait to show you, in two weeks, how to create another complimentary project!

To re-create this project my supply list is:

I created my circles using my Scan-n-Cut, but the beauty of this project is that if you’ve got stacking dies or circle punches, or a steady hand you can EASILY cut out the circles in a variety of different manners! I love it!

I want to sincerely thank you for checking out this post and this project, it was so much fun to create. Again, check back in a few weeks, I’ll have a complimentary project (or two) to share with you!

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