I've avoided posting this card for the obvious, but after all the work that went into making it, I'm sharing it so you can see my silly mistake and have a few chuckles with me. I started by stamping the kraft card base with a SNSS wooden plank stamp in several colors of tan and brown inks. Next I placed a SU! doily on the card base with a red die-cut circle on top that was heat-embossed with white ep and a Christmas sentiment. Whenever I have little bits of leftover green cardstock, I die cut them into holly leaves and stash them into a little baggie, so I had quite a few for this card. I meticulously adhered them into a wreath using glossy accents and bits of foam to pop some up for dimension. Afterward, I dotted the leaves with red liquid pearls and lastly added a heat-embossed sentiment in white to the bottom of the card. I love the color combination, but after I stood back and looked at it from a distance, it hit me! The holly leaves should be placed sideways to form the wreath, not the way I placed them! OOPS!!! Oh well, I wasn't going to re-do this card so here is it - a big beautiful blunder to share and give you some good laughs along with me :) I probably should have saved it for Darnell's upcoming annual April Fools post! LOL
I will bite the bullet and share this with Craftyhazelnut's CHNC 361 Christmas challenge, where the option is to use a doily.
Have fun and make it a great weekend too!