Hello There Crafty Friends,
If your like me, and a huge fan of Jennifer McQuire.
Then you problemly seen her using the Gina k, Wreath Builder Templates.
As the name contains the word wreath we tend to think it is only for making flower wreaths.
But its so much more.
I have been road testing it, and have used many different stamps. (Words, Images and Flowers).
I have 3 cards for you today.
Creating A Background Pattern
Gina K Wreath Builder Template
MFT Mermaid Tail Background
MFT Mermazing StampSet
MFT Gill Friends
Altenew Watercolor Palette
Wow Opaque Bright White Embossing Powder
Gina K Ocean Mist, Key Lime, Fresh Cut Grass, Turquoise Sea Inkpad
Firstly I stamp and Embossed the Mermaid tail background and embossed it white embossing powder.
I then add a wash of paint from the Altenew Paints. I then set this to the side to dry.
I then used Images from both stamp sets to create a patten to sit behind the main image.
I then coloured the Images in with coloured pencils.
I stamped and coloured the Mermaid.
I then attached to the background and placed it on to a square card blank.
Finally I stamped out the sentiment and added it to the card.
Pick a corner of your card, this card was cut to 6" x 6". Add a x to that corner and as you rotate your card, make sure the x is fitted in to the template.
I'm hoping my pictures will explain it better.
I masked each flower before stamping the next.
Once finshed I cut this down to fit a C6 card blank.
Stamped the sentiment in the centre of the wreath.
Altenew Beloved Daisy
Altenew Better Together Stamps
Altenew Ink Pads In, Pink Diamond,Pinkalious,Rubelite
Black Nuvo Drops
The Last example I have for you is using, word stamps
I used .
MFT From The Heart Stamp Set
Gina k Inks
Ocean Mist,Key Lime,Wild Lilac, Sweet Mango,Bubblegum Pink.
I marked a cross to show the centre. Then lined up my words to create a even spead on the background
I hope you have enjoyed looking at ideas, of how amazing this little tool really is
. I made about 7 cards but had to narrow these down to these 3 today.