Another take on wreaths


Wreaths are an all-season trend and we have beautiful stamps and framelits to create them.  However, you can make an infinitely customizable wreath with your stamps and a simple circle mask:

Maui Stamper What I Love Wreath

  • Stamps:  What I Love (SAB 2016), And Many More (retiring 5/31/16)
  • Color Palette:  So Saffron, Pear Pizazz, Lost Lagoon (retiring 5/31/16), Soft Sky
  • Accessories:  Linen Thread, White Bakers Twine, Wink of Stella, Rhinestone Jewels, Circles Framelits (retiring 5/31/16), Itty Bitty Accents punch pack (retiring 5/31/16)

This very simple card could be recreated in any color palette using nearly any flower stamp set.  It could even be done with leaves, or shells, or whatever you can imagine.

Maui Stamper What I Love Clean and Simple  Wreath

I cut a circle in the center of a piece of card stock with a Circles Framelit.  I taped my card front down with some washi tape and then taped the circle mask over it, positioning the circle in the center of the card front.  From there, I played with the images until I found a balance that pleased me.   A helpful hint:  press firmly at the edge of the mask to get into the edge of the circle.

I made a few different arrangements until I was happy, so you might consider playing with this on some scrap paper until you get the results you want.

Maui Stamper 2015-2016 Retiring List Farewell

 

The What I Love stamp set is already retired as a 2016 Sale-a-bration selection, but you can see that many of the other products I’ve used are also retiring.  If there’s a retiring product you love, I suggest you shop now as these things often sell out before the end of the catalog.  Shop the Retiring List HERE.  A PDF that you can print is available HERE.

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