Create this beautiful autumn wreath sign using alcohol inks, die cuts and foiled paper to decorate your walls this fall!
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This fall wreath sign made with alcohol inks was so fun to make. Alcohol inks are one of my favorite mediums to play with and the new Merlot/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper from Rinea adds a little sparkle to the card.
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To make this sign, I cut out two copies of the wreath design that I found in the Silhouette Design Store, out of card stock using my cutting machine. I carefully glued them together to make them thick and then adhered the paper wreath to the Yupo paper using spray adhesive, trying to ensure that the entire bottom of the wreath is glued to the paper.
After the wreath is glued on, drip the alcohol ink inside of the leaves. Start with the lighter colors first and drip the darker colors sparingly.
Using the Merlot/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper cut out the ‘autumn’ using your die cut machine. Also cut one out of card stock. Glue those together with the Merlot on top of the card stock and adhere in the middle of the wreath.
Make little berries for the wreath using a small 1/8th inch hole punch and the Merlot Glossy Foiled Paper. I used both the gold and the merlot sides for the berries. So cute!