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Medallion Crown


Brenda Walton

Brenda Walton's nature-inspired designs have been warming hearts for over 20 years. Her elegant work has been translated into an extensive array of popular, licensed products, including scrapbooking collections for K&Company and greeting card and gift collections for Papyrus. Brenda brings her graceful hand lettering, illustration and vintage imagery to her Sizzix line. Her charming and sophisticated die-cutting and embossing products help crafters express themselves artfully, create personalized gifts and celebrate every day.

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Put your design skills on display with this majestic Medallion Crown. It's the royal décor you've been looking for and much more!

Sizzix Die(s) Used

  • Sizzix Framelits Die Set 8PK - Circles, Scallop


Other Supplies: Cardstock, Patterned Paper, Decorative Button, Glitter, Hanging Jewel, Jewel, Ribbon

Fold a piece of 12" x 12" metallic cardstock in half diagonally. Position the paper on the die, making sure to cover the shape but keeping the paper from going over the front of the Crown, and die-cut the Cartouche Crown. Unfold and attach ends of Crown together using ribbon to make the crown adjustable. Die-cut a Leafy Frame and the bow from the Dress Card die out of cardstock; trim a section away from the Leafy Frame to open it up. Embellish with glitter and attach to the Crown. Die-cut a Scallop Circle out of patterned paper, embellish the edges with glitter and attach to the Crown. Die-cut Medallions out of cardstock and patterned paper, assemble and embellish with glitter, a decorative button and a hanging jewel. Attach to the Crown. Fussy cut a crown out of paper and attach above the larger rosette. Attach a jewel to the top of the Crown.