Today’s project is my first attempt at creating a wreath builder card using the Stamparatus!
I used the Abstract Impressions stamp set and shades of green to create my first wreath. Oh my goodness – I am so going to be making more of these cards!!! Here’s a great video from Jennifer McGuire featuring the technique:
She uses some Gina K templates, but you can make your own easily! I created mine with some grid paper and the largest of the Layering Squares Framelits! Here’s what my template looks like:
I just cut some grid paper in a square at the 5″ marks and then lined up my square framelit along the gridlines – cutting it twice, once straight and once angled if that makes sense!
Speaking of the Stamparatus… I am totally in love with mine now that I purchased the Magnet Pad from Stamp-n-Storage! It was just the right shim I needed for perfect stamping every time, no matter where I put my stamp! So… for a limited time, if you order the Stamparatus through me, I will send you the Stamp-n-Storage Magnet Pad for FREE! I want you to be 100% happy and satisfied with the best stamp positioning tool on the market – as you should be, because it is a life-changing tool!
Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you have a wonderful & blessed weekend! And if you don’t already have a Stamparatus… what are you waiting for?!? ❤
- Pear Pizzazz card base – 4-1/4″ x 8-1/2″, scored and folded at 4-1/4″
- Mossy Meadow layer – 3″ x 3″
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