It is the most beautiful sun shiny day here in the Heart of Ohio. The light through my craft room window is so cheerful. I just have to share with you a most favorite paper project that perhaps you will keep in mind the next time you are at your scrapbook store.
I have used October Afternoon's Holiday Style to make my wreath. (Most paper lines have a tag sheet) One tag sheet, three printed papers, one sticker sheet. A wire form can be found at Michaels or JoAnnes, 12".
Cut apart tags and back them on sturdy white card stock. (I have arranged same widths to make use of paper trimmer). Punch half of tags on right side, half on left side.
Gather together trims for your wreath such as buttons, punched snowflakes, mounted stickers from paper line, and punched tags to fill in spaces.
Designate where the "top" of your wreath will be. Use ribbon to tie card stock backed backed tags in graduating size, beginning with largest, to the wreath form. A dot of hot glue will help keep tags in place.
Tie stickers and print paper tags to any part of the wreath form still seen. Some tags can be added on top of others using Pop Dots.
Hot glue buttons or punched snowflakes to any print paper tags used.
A last step is to add silver glitter or tiny "diamonds" to catch the light.
Oh My Gosh! Tag by tag come together to create such a wonderful holiday keepsake.