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Christmas Wreath Card 

by Diana Swensen 



Star Corner Art Slot punch by The Punch Bunch

Large Fern punch by The Punch Bunch

Mega Fern punch by The Punch Bunch

Green cardstock cut to 5 x 10

Scrap of matching green cardstock approximately 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 for punching ferns

Red cardstock cut to 4 1/2 x 4 1/2

Tan Cardstock cut to 5 x 5

White cardstock 1 x 3

12 Paper Trimmer by Fiskars

Clear mounting stickers by Fiskars

Paper Crimper by Fiskars

Four white star eyelets

Eyelet punch and setter

Two way adhesive

Merry Christmas Class A Peel Stickers by Stampendous


  1. Fold the green 5 x 10 cardstock in half to form a card.

  2. Punch all four corners of the red 4 1/2 x 4 1/2 cardstock with the Star Corner Art Punch.

  3. Carefully fold the punch corner over as shown in the card example.

  4. Put the tan 5 x 5 cardstock thru the paper crimper.

  5. Using the paper trimmer, cut the crimped cardstock 4 1/8 x 4 1/8.

  6. Place a few clear mounting stickers on the back of the crimped cardstock.

  7. Center the crimped cardstock onto the red cardstock. Carefully insert the corners of the crimped cardstock thru the punched corners of the red cardstock. (tip: with adhesive on the back of the crimped cardstock be careful not to press down to hard until you have everything centered.)

  8. Punch a 1/8 hole in the center of each corner star using an eyelet punch. Place a white star eyelet thru each hole and set using an eyelet setter.

  9. Center and adhere red and tan card facing onto green card front.

  10. Punch 7 Mega ferns and 12 Large ferns from green cardstock

  11. Adhere the Mega ferns onto the center of the card to create a wreath.

  12. Adhere the Large ferns onto the Mega ferns to create a full wreath. (tip: have some of the large ferns stick out a bit for a more realistic looking wreath.)

  13. Cut the Merry Christmas stickers apart to create two separate words. Place each word onto the white 1 x 3 cardstock strip.

  14. Trim around each word and adhere to the center of the card.