Fall Wreath

Fall Wreath

Crafting Time:
  • 1-2 Hours
Skill Level:
  • Beginner
Project Courtesy of: Tim Holtz

Additional Information



  • Stampers Anonymous: Cling Stamps: Butterfly Melange, Mini Worn Text
  • Sizzix®: Tattered Leaf Bigz Die
  • Tim Holtz® Idea-ology™: Crinkle ribbon
  • Ranger®
    • Alcohol Ink (Cabin Cupboard, Farmers Market)
    • Alcohol Ink Blending Solution
    • Alcohol Ink Applicator Tool
    • Archival Ink (Sepia)
    • Glossy cardstock
    • Non-stick craft sheet
    • Grapevine wreath
    • Hot glue gun & glue sticks


    1. Apply a 2-3 second squeeze of a few colors of Alcohol Inks on a non-stick craft sheet.
    2. Swipe cardstock through the ink to color.
    3. Make several color combinations by repeating steps 1-2.
    4. Die cut several leaves from the colored cardstock using the Tattered Leaf Bigz Die.
    5. Cut two 1-1/4" x 6-1/2" strips from glossy cardstock. Color with Alcohol Ink as desired.
    6. Stamp “grateful” and “blessings” with Mini Worn Text stamps and Sepia Archival Ink.
    7. Cut a “V” out of the end to create a banner effect.
    8. Adhere word banners to the wreath with hot glue at the top center.
    9. Adhere leaves with hot glue starting at the top working down, tucking leaves under each other as you go.
    10. Color ribbon by applying a 2-3 second squeeze of alcohol ink and Blending Solution to an Ink Applicator Tool. Pounce ink on to Crinkle Ribbon to color.
    11. Make a big bow and adhere to wreath with hot glue.