I had seen this idea "out there" before and although I saved a photo of the original card I did not save whose idea this was --- so this is not my idea but this is how I made this --
To begin with --- I used Mikes #110 weight white card stock base. The lavender piece is from the stash. The embossed white card front piece is white/GP and I embossed it using a Cuttlebug flower embossing folder. Cut and scored the white card stock base, then trimmed the lavender card stock piece for the card front. Embossed the white/GP and trimmed that to the size I wanted. Using the ATG I put the white embossed piece onto the lavender piece. Used a small piece of ribbon at the top center as this will be how the wreath hangs. Then put these pieces onto the card stock base front. Set it aside while I worked on the wreath.
Since I had no directions I had to figure it all out --- the only thing I knew for sure is the oval eggs are punched out using an oval punch and punching the ovals out of paint sample cards. Off to the store I went in search of pastel paint sample cards. FREE (On my wreath my paint samples are by Behr). Brought them home and used a small oval punch and punched out 8 ovals -- but those were too big for the card front.
Looked through my oval punches and decided to use a small oval punch from the jewelry section at Hobby Lobby. Punched out my ovals and laid them out in the order I wanted to use them. But I wanted my wreath to be on the card front using pop dots for dimension -- but how to keep all these little ovals together and in a circle shape????
Simple -- using a 1 1/2" circle punch I punched out a circle from scrap white card stock. Then using a 1 3/4" circle punch I punched over my first circle and this gave me a ring:
Did a "dry layout" of what order colours I wanted my egg ovals to be on the wreath and then using a glue pen all over the front of the white ring I began to lay all my egg ovals on the ring --- first oval at the top and the second oval at the bottom:
Then added the rest of the egg ovals and you will see the white line on the paint sample card makes an octagonal shape:
This photo shows the back of the ovals/wreath piece:
Added mini pop dots to the back of this wreath piece and put it onto the card front piece. Once this was on the card front I made a bow from the matching ribbon and put the bow above the wreath using a pop dot to bring the bow as high as the wreath piece.
Using a greeting stamp by Paper Sweeties I stamped my greeting and cut it out using a banner die by Frantic Stamper. Put the greeting banner on the card front using glue dots:
Having the card stock ring made putting the ovals together easier and now with them glued to the ring they make a true circle. Cute idea using the paint sample cards. Thanks to whoever came up with this holiday card for Easter. TFL and YOLO