Sunday, December 5, 2010


The blog you should have just come from is: Nicole Pomeroy's Welcome to my blog everyone who is doing the Helmar Blog Hop today!!!!I have created an easy project to help celebrate the Christmas Season!!



1. cut 30 circles with the sizzix out of chipboard
2. cover, cut, sand and ink all pieces
3. start to layer circles on your work bench


4. Once happy with the placement allow to dry. I used my
Helmar 450 quick dry adhesive to attach them together. See the photos. Once happy with the layering allow to dry.
5. Use a small ornate frame ( Mine is Maya Road)
6. Cover the frame with some of the Helmar Professional Acid Free Glue
7. The flower I used is actually a Christmas Decoration from Target attach with the Helmar 450 Quick Dry Adhesive
8. Use some tinsel with wire and wrap around a pencil to project with the Helmar 450 quick dry adhesive and some other small ornaments.
9. finish off by attaching some ribbon at the top and attaching some bling.





This project took around 40 mins max. I have used this with my kids and they love making wreaths as gifts and cards. If you notice the picture of the underside of the project you can see I used left over shapes as well (another way to make a cost effective gift!

The next blog you need to go to is Sherry's


I hope you enjoy the project and don't forget to visit the other Design team blogs for more fantastic ideas! And also check us out on Facebook.............for prizes!
Sarah Moore

120 comments:

Ange Connolly said...

LOVE this project!!!!

Leah said...

What a great idea to use up all that leftover chipboard scraps. Thanks for the inspiration!

Colleen said...

I just love this idea. What an awesome project. Thank you for sharing.

Janet said...

Your wreath is awesome! I love it!!

Cathy Gill said...

Very crisp and super attractive! Nice work!

ScrappyGirl said...

Super cute idea! My son has been wanting to make a wreath so I think we'll do this!

... said...

wow, great idea! i love this!
thanks for sharing!

...Tara... said...

super cute project and even better it takes under an hour :)

ruth said...

Fun project!

StampinCathy said...

This is just one awesome wreath. Love the embellishments too!

csparky61 said...

Too cute, and a great way to use left overs. I think I could cut these out with my Cricut, but I am pretty new to using it. I would adapt this wreath for the seasons using hearts for Valentines, shamrocks for St pattys day, eggs for Easter, well.... you get the idea.Thanks for sharing you creativity and inspiring my imagination.

scrappin_in_AK said...

I LOVE this - great colors, love the different sized circles and offset design

Sophia said...

What a cute project, love all the details...

Tonya said...

Super cute and I've been looking for some custom projects to make my teen that is just about to leave the nest.....people always gift silverware and essentials....but what about decor and especially holiday decor. I can see a multitude of holiday wreaths made.....halloween, Easter, a birthday month.....how about a 4th of July one!!!! The ideas are endless and will remind her of home!

floridagirl said...

this is gorgeous - such vivid colors - so festive!!

Nancy said...

What a cute idea! And simple enough for kids...I'm in!

marilyn said...

BEAUTIFUL wreath--love this project!

BlessedinTexas said...

Love this and the ideas that my daughter can create as well.

Happy Holidays,
Diana

MrsETaylor said...

Sarah, this is FANTASTIC!!!!! I love this wreath a WHOLE BUNCH!!!!

Tracy Pea said...

Love this wreath!!

Kelly Rae said...

This is a totally great idea and could be done in so many ways. Thank you for sharing! Kelly

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Wonderful project!!

Jean said...

Wonderful project! Love the colors. Looks like something I could do!

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dahlhousedesigns said...

Very fun!!! Love this project.

lisa arana

JPScraps said...

Fab project. I was wondering what I could use up some chipboard.

Tanya said...

This is awesome! And I think I could get my daughter to help with this one, that's a plus, thanks so much!

Erika M. said...

How very delightful!

Sherry said...

This is fantastic thanks for sharing your idea

margie c said...

I adore this lil wreath! We don't have a wreath right now, I may have to borrow this idea and create a larger one for our door :)
Thanks much!
hugs, margie

Michelle said...

Love it!! Thanks

silvia said...

Great wreath!!

Karen AKA Soccerboyzmom said...

Very cute idea. Just got a circle die so I could do this.

mrich2500 said...

Great wreath!

Nancy B said...

Love this! Looks pretty easy to make, I'll definately give it a try.

created2bunique said...

What a great idea!!!

TFS

created2bunique at ymail dot com

Monica said...

Great job. You made it look like everyone could do this.!

McStamper said...

Your wreath is so cute. Will definitely try it.

Shirley said...

love the wreath!

stampjourney said...

Sooo clever and such a great effect with circles!

Cheryl said...

cute wreath! TFS!

Cowgirlpal said...

Hop Hop Hop! Fun Fun Fun! Thanks for sharing!

Lillian Child said...

I adore these types of projects - this wreath is just darling! Thanks so much for sharing!

scrappergirlie said...

Such a cute idea with soooo many applications!

Mirja said...

very cute and easy looking project..meaby I try this myself too..

Lisa said...

What a GREAT IDEA!!!!!

Meredith said...

Great project and cost effective!! LOL Thanks for sharing with us!

Denise said...

That only took you 40 minutes!!! That rocks! It's beautiful.

Casey said...

I've been wanting to make a wreath, I love the way you did this!

scrapaholicaef said...

I have to try this with my grandchildren they are going to love it!!! Merry Christmas!

Kim said...

so dang cute!!

kathlee said...

That is so pretty and those christmas houses under that project..........AWESOME!! TFS and Happy Holidays to you and yours!
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http://kathleesnippitsncricuts.blogspot.com

alex'smom said...

sooooooo cute! and not much time really to do it! luv chipboard and grunge...but I think I need that adhesive baaaaaaaaad! gl sll

cher

hilly77 at comcast dot net or

alex's mom

Sherry said...

Very cool project using such simple techniques and supplies. You've turned ordinary into extrodinary. Thanks for sharing.

doris said...

Very cute wreath! Can't wait to make one of my own!

JgWM said...

You have some great christmas projects on your blog. Love your projects!

Lisa J said...

I REALLY need to get some chipboard in my crafting stash! This is a great idea and super simple to boot!

TFS!!
tjsgal at gmail dot com

Teri A said...

I just love this
Thank you,
Teri
teri.barefoot@gmail.com

Southernbelle said...

This is fabulous! I love it!

sandee said...

Cute wreath!

scrapinmo said...

so pretty! Thanks for the instructions.

ntsisterz said...

Thanks for taking the time to post step by step pictures. I can easily follow the project that way!

Cassie_lu said...

what a fun wreath

Gail said...

What a great project!

Melodie said...

Super cute!
Scrapthis@aol.com

anazelia said...

such a great idea.

Patricia said...

Your wreath is beuatiful! Great job!

Erika said...

Love this idea. Awesome project. Thanks for sharing.

Carol said...

Beautiful project!

Carol B
ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

Sarah said...

what a fantastic idea!! i think i need ot make one

Lori said...

Such a cute little wreath! Thanks for the inspiration.

Bogner's said...

Seriously adorable and I can't believe you cut out ALL those circles! So fun!

Mary Jean said...

omgosh!!! I love this project!!! definetly going to have to do this one!

LynneForsythe said...

WONDERFUL...WONDERFUL wreath!!!

Elizabeth said...

Really cute project

ShoppingTamii said...

I love this wreath!!!

BishopsMommie said...

sweet project!!

EstherT said...

The wreath turned out really cute.

Kristina said...

So fabulous! I really LOVE this idea! Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Kristina

Simply AJ said...

Great idea... love the layout and colors. The best part... it appears to be quick and easy to make. Thanks so much for sharing. AJ aj_822@yahoo.com

Shawna said...

Very cute! Love it TFS!

Jodi said...

Love your wreath! Beautiful!!

Nitasha said...

This is too cute!

cinmfoster said...

Lovely project, thanks for the inspiration.

cowchipper said...

great project, thanks for sharing

Leeann Pearce said...

YAY Sarah you are awesome at off the page stuff... love this project!!!

Debc06 said...

love the wreath ideas.

Kim K. said...

Very cute wreath - can't wait to make one!!

Cindy said...

Oh what a great idea! Thanks for sharing.

whatspeaks2myheart said...

Can you ever have too many wreaths? This is beautiful! TFS. Paula

Sherry's Creations said...

LOVE this project Sare!!!

Anna said...

Love this...Just beautiful.
annadowdy at gmail dot com

Vic said...

Simple and wonderful! TFS

iamvictorias at gmail dot com

debpaint16 said...

I love this wreath! I just bought flowers like that at Michels yesterday, great way to use them!!! I am a new follower & checked out your other projects, you are very creative!! I look forward to what you make next,,,,Thanks!!

Kathy said...

Beautiful wreath! I love the look of using the different size circles. Thanks for sharing!
kmgillon at yahoo dot com

Michelle H. said...

I love these kind of wreaths!!
Your rocks and love the color!!
TFS!!

Jennifer and Amy said...

how fun and easy for the kids to do too!

Romaine said...

What a fun and simple project for many ages!

zendalina said...

nice designing. great work

Darrell said...

very interesting ideas.

Penny said...

I'm getting tired, ut just had to see one more blog and luckily it was yours. I like the wreath idea. Very do-able for kids.

jenni said...

I LOVE easy projects and yours is sooo cute!
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Charity said...

Great idea! I look at this and think, "I could do that." Thanks for the great project.

Peg said...

Ooooh I love this idea too!

Diana said...

Loved the wreath, fantastic idea

ScrapbookMary said...

What a wonderful wreath! This is a project my granddaughters and I could make together for them to give to their mother for Christmas! Thanks for the great idea!!! It is very beautiful! hop, hop, hop...Merry Christmas, Mary

jennifer mitten said...

I love this project!! What a great idea - I need some Helmar - I wold not have faith any of my other adhesives could hold this together.

connie said...

beautiful wreath.

NanaBeth said...

I love this!Several years ago I won a ton of chipboard circles and never could figure out anything to do with them. I am good to go now!

Lindzie said...

This is great. Thanks so much for sharing!

Larajc said...

such a great idea and great way to use up leftovers!

Lee said...

THe wreath is lovely! I am making some of these! thanks!

Tina said...

This turned out beautifuly! I'm in the middle of working on one myself! Hope it turns out half as nice as yours! :)

Minta's Creations said...

Your wreath is beautiful!
Minta

mintab@gmail.com

http://mintascreations.blogspot.com/

beadz said...

Your wreath looks great - looks like it would take much longer to make - thanks!
Gini

Patti said...

What a great idea! I love it

The Trash Collector said...

fantastic wreath!

Lisa L. said...

Oh this is my favourite project so far- beautiful.

Nicole Brenna said...

Great idea love it! Merry Christmas

Lisa said...

WOW! I love this idea! I'm going to do it with my little ones! YEAH!!!

ellen s. said...

oh what a great way to use up chipboard! love it!