This month the MISTI challenge at Split coast Stampers is to add a wreath to your card. I pulled out my Wreath Builder Template and stamps from Gina K Designs and began stamping. I created a total of 3 cards.
The above card was using the Autumn Wreath set. I began with Kraft ink going all the way around the circle, then moved the leaf a little bit and stamped with Warm Cocoa, then moved the leaf and stamped in Charcoal Brown. I trimmed the square with a stitched square die, mounted on Dark Chocolate and on a card base of SU Crumb Cake. This was entered in the Double D Challenge for leaves.
The above card with butterflies was created with the Sending Love stamp set. I used many colors and do not have them written down. The center of each butterfly is a Nuvo Glitter drop. I used a set called Incentive Set for the greeting and found a circle to stamp in one of the wreath builder sets. This card was entered in the Mod Squad Challenge for butterflies.
This wreath using stamps and ink other than Gina K Designs with the wreath builder template. I used a Maymay Made It set called Garden Party for the flowers and leaf. I used SU colors of Pale Papaya, Polished Pink, and Sage Shadow for my stamping. The center greeting is from SU Happy Thoughts. I used gems for the center of the large flower. I added stitching to the center by embossing with the die and a rubber mat. I enjoyed creating this card as I didn’t look at Pinterest for inspiration. I have no special challenge for this one other than the MISTI one at SCS.
The first two were created with inspiration from Pinterest and cards by Sherri Gilson. Both were uploaded to the challenges from SCS. Now I will move onto something other than wreaths for a time. Thanks for looking.
12 thoughts on “Wreath stamping”
Oh what joy you have brought to my soul. Your fall wreath puts me over the moon.
Thank you! That was fun to create. I have never just moved a single stamp all around the circle.
All of these are beautiful Lisa! It looks like you had fun making wreaths. It’s always fun to pull something out and then make a few with it before putting it away again.
Thank you! I enjoyed creating.
Beautiful cards. Love how you did the leaves. I’m going to have to CASE your idea.
Thanks! Feel free to CASE away. I didn’t come up with this by myself, but CASED Sherri Gilson. Love her work.
Beautiful wreath cards, Lisa. I love the fall wreath with the layered leaves.
Thanks! I enjoyed creating it.
Lisa, love all three cards, but the leaf one is my fav! I love the detail and how you did it! I thought was die cut leaves at first! Great job!
The leaf wreath was so enjoyable actually working and looking good. I have thought of doing anything like that before. Seeing Sherri Gilson’s card got me to try it.
Three beautiful wreath cards. At first I thought the fall one was my favorite but then I decided they’re all my favorite..
Thanks! It was fun to keep stamping with the same tool.