Beautiful Harvest Wreaths by Dana Kirby

Beautiful Harvest Wreaths by Dana Kirby

Hi Creative Friends,

Dana Kirby, our lovely and talented friend, is sharing two awesome card designs using the new turnabout, Harvest Wreath by Concord & 9th. She has used a beautiful and unexpected array of colors to complete these designs.

Read everything about them below, then pop over to Dana’s blog or Instagram to see oodles more inspiration.


Hi friends! It’s Dana here today and I am back with two more that use the Harvest Wreath Turnabout Set from Concord & 9th. This set includes two smaller-sized turnabouts that make a gorgeous wreath and a floral cluster, perfect for fall though can be used throughout the year.

I began my cards by using the two turnabout stamps to make my card panels. I lined the stamps up with the Turnabout Jig and placed them in my MISTI. I followed the directions from the Concord & 9th website on how to use a turnabout stamp. You can find that information here: Turnabout How-To Video.  I used Papertrey Ink for all of my stampings. The colors I used were Pale Peony, Summer Sunrise, Simply Chartreuse, and Blueberry Sky ink.

Once my wreath panel was finished, I stamped my sentiment onto a square that had been cut with the stitched square die from the Harvest Wreath Die Set.  I stamped my sentiment with VersaMark ink and heat set it with white embossing powder. I chose to make a Hello Friend card though there are lots of great sentiments included in this set.

My next card uses the floral cluster card panel. For this card, I stamped my sentiment onto a stitched circle that is also included in the Harvest Wreath Die Set. Once I attached my sentiment to the center of my panel I added a few leaves and sprigs that were also cut with the Harvest Wreath Die Set. I love how the dies coordinate with the set though also can be used on their own.

Thanks for joining me today.  I hope I inspired you to give the Turnabout stamps a try. They are so fun and easy to use!!

Enjoy your day,



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