October 10, 2011

Flower Shoppe Wreath!

Good Morning! This is Jen from 3 Cats and a Bug.



This week at SSD's the challenge is to create any sort of wreath and add of course some cricut cartridge in the mix. I thought it was a perfect time to use my Floral Shoppe cartridge and it was the only one I used.

I started out with the leaf cut @ 4 and inked around the sides.













Next I picked out some patterned paper that I liked and started cutting flowers in all shapes and sizes. Making flowers has not been my strong suit, so I cut out a lot of them to mix them up and see what worked. (I have to admit, I'm happy with the results... finally! lol)













I also cut about a dozen of the swirled ones at 3.5.








And put together....






This one I cut @ 4.






And put together (Sassy approved! LOL)






I loved the scalloped ones, cut @ 3.5






This one was cut @ 4, 2.5 and 3 for the scalloped.






This one was cut @ 5, 4.5, 3, 2.5 and 4 for the sunflower center with stickles added.






The finished flowers!






I used a 14in wreath from Hobby Lobby and covered it in orange ribbon, not the yellow pictured.






I also bought a spray from Hobby Lobby that cut apart and added to my wreath.






I used my glue gun and and put it all together. I'm rather pleased with how it turned out.








The inside of the wreath I covered in the leaves that I cut @ 4.










Please visit my blog; to see more that I will be doing with the Floral Shoppe Cartridge.

5 comments:

Suzanne cricutcraftingrammyblogspot.com said...

Jen the flowers are gorgeous. I love the wreath with the flowers and leaves. Cool how the branches stick out. You did a great job!

Scrappin Rabbit Designs said...

beautiful wreath! Thanks for sharing.

Mindy said...

Wow, Jen your wreath is awesome ! Your flowers came out so great that I think I can do them... guess this cart goes on my wish list :) Hugs,Mindy

MelodyR aka RyandMysMom said...

Awesome flowers! Love the wreath. Thanks for sharing!

Hrvatica said...

Gorgeous wreath. Great colors.

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