Christmas Ribbon Wreath Card

Stampin' Up! Christmas CardI’m excited to show you this card, I’ve had it made for a couple days now and I’ve been wanting to get it on here for you.  The Christmas wreath you see there is made from ribbon!  The ribbon weaving I used here is very simple to do and a whole lot of fun!  What you see is actually the back of the weave, I decided I liked the look of the back better than the front for this card.  Tomorrow I will be showing you another project with this weave and then you’ll be able to see the front.  It does not take a lot of time but it does take a decent amount of ribbon.

To make this card I used some retired green grosgrain ribbon for the wreath (called Spring Moss a couple years ago but pretty much the same as our Mellow Moss ribbon now) and then some Very Vanilla.  I used some Gold brads to put bulbs on the wreath.  The cardstock colors are Very Vanilla, Brushed Gold and Bravo Burgundy embossed with the Finial Press embossing folder.

In the center of the wreath I used the Modern Label punch and Word Window Punch and stamped Merry Christmas from Teeny Tiny Wishes with gold encore ink.

I hope you’ll take a minute to leave a comment today.  I know everyone is very busy at this time of year but it’s always wonderful to get a little note that says you’ve been here checking out the projects!

Don’t forget tomorrow is the last day to receive a special Stampin’ Up! gift from me and also the last day of the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Extravaganza.  If you haven’t contacted me yet with your order please do!  Don’t forget to give your Stampin’ Up! wish list to family members and friends as well.  I strongly urge placing Christmas gift orders by December 4 to ensure timely delivery.  Orders placed during the next week will probably make it in time but . . . .

Comments

  1. This is BEAUTIFUL!! I can’t wait to see more and maybe (please) you’ll show us how to do it?

  2. Wonderful. I love this. I will CASE this.

  3. Beautiful card! I’m wondering if it requires a lot of ribbon to make it?

    • Hi Laura,

      The wreath does take a lot of ribbon. You need to start with a piece approx. 2 yards long and you’ll use a good deal of that. I will probably do a tutorial here in the next couple of days for you. :)

  4. Becky, I love this wreath!! How creative and looks beautiful. Now, you cannot show us something as wonderful as this and not share the instructions on how to make it, can you?? lol. Please share, I would like to make one of these.

  5. This is so pretty, definately a WOW.

  6. I love this card. It is just great and look forward to the tutorial on the weaving. Beautiful job!

  7. Thank you for sharing such unique and beautiful projects. I can hardly wait to see what you do next! Looking forward to tutorial on this wreath.

  8. Just had a very good idea!!! Have you ever thought of moving to middle Tennessee ? LOL

  9. I love this card!!! The wreath is awesome… I agree with the others, not sharing this would be unfair…

    Merry Christmas!

  10. Pamela Jensen :

    Hi, Fellow Jensen,

    Can you give detailed instructions on how to do the ribbon weaving you used on your little wreath. I know how to do it but I want to share it with my sister who lives far from me. Photos or images included would be awesome too!

    Thanks, Pamela J

  11. This is a BEAUTIFUL card! I love the ribbon weaving! I hope you will do a tutorial on how to do it!
    thank you!
    Kay

  12. Beatriz SARANT :

    How do you make the ribbon wreath? Please advise me where to find directions.
    Very much appreciated
    Thank you

  13. How unique. Can’t wait for the tutorial. Thanks for sharing
    in this holiday season

  14. Jackie Hartley :

    How to do ribbon weaving?

  15. i love your ribbon wreath card how did you make the wreath love it

  16. Such a beautiful creation!! Actually, your whole website is breathtaking!!! I love this card!!! I wish I lived closer!! Thanks for sharing!!
    Gay

  17. Barbara Vorhes :

    Where would I find instructions/video on making this ribbon wreath?

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