Hey folks! Today’s blog post is brought to you by one handed typing, my little girl is having one of those days where she just needs cuddles, and so I’ve currently got a baby in one arm while I type with the other. So, I do apologise for any spelling/typing errors!
When this Stamp Set landing in my lap, the first stamp I was drawn to was the fern leaf. I could make mountains of cards with the single stamp, it’s just one of those images I cannot get enough of!
This wreath effect is super easy to create too. I would recommend added the stickers to your stamps to help with positioning. These new Cling mount stickers are really easy to apply, and stop your stamps from falling off your clear blocks.
To create your wreath:
- Draw a circle on your piece of card stock using a pencil. I tend to use a circle die but you could use your glass or pen pot from your desk!
- Stamp the first leaf at the 12 O Clock position on the circle, then the second at 6, third at 3 and forth at 9.
- Then add stamping between the images you’ve already stamped.
- Make sure that you line up the same part of the leaf with the pencil line each time you stamp to ensure your leaves are the same size all the way around your wreath
I’ve kept the colour combination a simple one here, although I did debate for a good while about whether to go for blues or greens!
The sentiment is also taken from Daisy Lane and I’ve die cut it out using the Stitched Labels dies. I LOVE this die set, its so pretty and really very versatile too
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