Monday, October 7, 2013

Lori Whitlock Creative Team - October Blog Hop!

Hi everyone!  Welcome to our October Blog Hop!


You should have arrived here from Christine's blog....I just love her project! 

I love decorating my home for Fall so I used some of Lori's files to create this simple wreath. 

corri_garza_fall_wreath
I cut three of the sunflowers....one at 5"w, one at 4-1/2"w and one at 4"w.  The paper is from Lori's Reflections Fall Collection from Echo Park Paper.  This collections works perfectly with the burlap ribbon I used to cover the wreath form. 
corri_garza_fall_flowers
I used lots of ink on the flowers petals to make them look more realistic and added some cork pieces, buttons and burlap string to the centers. 
corri_garza_fall_banner
To create the banner, I cut some tabs from this set and then some letters using the Bubble Letter Font
The letters are cut from chip board and then I used spray adhesive to cover them in brown glitter. 

You can get all the files you need for you Fall and Halloween projects now....Lori is having a sale! 
Your next stop is Mendi

Thanks so much for stopping by! 

11 comments:

  1. Corri,

    I just love everything about this wreath. The burlap ribbon is a great way to cover a wreath form. I really like the colors you chose for the flowers and the banner. They just pull the whole thing together. Great project, thanks for sharing.

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  2. GORGEOUS! Love the sunflowers with the burlap. Well done!

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  3. So gorgeous! Those sunflowers turned out amazing and I'm loving Lori's new "Bubble" font that you used! :)

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  4. What a beautiful wreath! I do love it!

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  5. What a wonderful fall wreath. Love the colors and your design. Great job! :)

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  6. I love all the wonderful texture in your wreath! I'm betting those letters look amazing with in the sunlight! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  7. Just beautiful! Love the sunflowers and the glitter on the letters!

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  8. This is such a beautiful project Corri, awesome job!!

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