Step 1: Cut out 8 leaves each from Foil Cardstock and plastic packaging using the Layered Leaf die. Then emboss each leaf with the Layered Leaf Texture Fade.
Step 2: Working on the Non-Stick Craft Sheet, apply several drops of assorted colors of Alcohol Ink and then some Blending Solution on the Ink Blending Tool with foam and then stamp the color onto the foil and plastic leaves. Of the colors described above, just mix and match to make different combinations.
Step 3: Cut two 32-inch lengths of the grapevines. Form a 10-inch ring from each of the vines and attach the ends with wire. Then wire both rings together down at the bottom.
Step 4: Cut a 36-inch length of boxwood and wrap around both rings.
Step 5: Wrap several strands of raffia around the wreath and tie the ends together.
Step 6: Cut 8-inch lengths from the remaining boxwood and then just attach them randomly around the wreath.
Step 7: Glue the plastic leaves on top of the foil leaves. Place a heavy object over top of them and let dry.
Step 8: Draw an 11” x 2-1/2” curvy banner on a piece of black foam board and cut it out with a craft knife. Sand the edges, if needed, to make it smooth. Paint the Banner with Walnut Stain Distress Paint. Let dry.
Step 9: Place the Woodgrain Stencil over the banner and apply Espresso Distress Paint. Let dry and repeat to stencil the whole banner. Let dry.
Step 10: Lightly spritz Heirloom Gold Perfect Pearls over banner.
Step 11: Cut “WELCOME” from Foil Cardstock using Vintage Market Die. Ink with the same colors of Alcohol In as previous.
Step 12: Attach Black Foam Adhesive to the back of the letters. Remove liner paper and adhere to banner.
Step 13: Make a bow out of raffia and adhere at the bottom of the wreath with a glue gun.
Step 14: Adhere Banner to wreath with a glue gun.
Step 15: Attach the leaves and berries as shown with a glue gun.