Mega and Mini Wreath Builder Blog Hop

Welcome everyone to the Gina K Designs Mega & Mini Wreath Builder Hop. We hope to inspire you with tons of creations today! Complete hop list will be at the end of my post. Hop along, leave some love and one winner will be chosen to win a $50 gift certificate to Gina K Designs. Winner will be announced on March 1 on the Gina K Designs blog.

I have a quick tutorial for you featuring the Mini Wreath Builder stamp set and stencil. You can view it HERE or down below.

I created a couple cute little 3×3 notecards with the Mini Wreath Builder and Stencil. For my first card, I stamped my images in Jelly Bean Green Ink and Ocean Mist ink from Gina K Designs.

The sentiment is stamped in the center of the wreath using the Vibrant Blooms stamp set and Black Amalgam ink. I layered the card with White and Sea Glass card stock. My top panel is lined on the back with foam tape for dimension.

I also added some Unicorn Stickles around the wreath for a little sparkle.

For my second card using the Mini Wreath Builder, I stamped my images in Jelly Bean Green, Fresh Asparagus, Ocean Mist, Turquoise Sea, and Black Onyx ink. Using the mini ink cubes makes this process go so quick!

This card is layered together using White and Black Onyx card stock. I also lined the top panel with foam tape for the dimension and Unicorn Stickles for sparkles.

Now onto the Mega Wreath Builder! This stencil idea is amazing! You can create home decor or cards with it. Keep in mind you can either purchase the Mega Wreath Builder stencil separately or in a bundle deal with the large Misti which you will need to use the bigger stencils.

I apologize the picture isn’t the greatest but I hope it gives you a good idea of how you can use the Mega Wreath Builder.

I created some home decor using the Vibrant Blooms stamp set. I stamped my images in Fresh Asparagus, Lovely Lavender and Innocent Pink ink. The sentiment is stamped onto Lovely Lavender card stock with Black Amalgam ink using the Crafty & Creative stamp set. Then die cut with the Double Stitched Circle die.

I layered my project with Lovely Lavender and Black Onyx card stock and framed in a 13″ x 13″ frame.

My second home decor project is using more soft Spring colors. I used the same stamp sets as before which was Vibrant Blooms and Crafty & Creative stamp sets.

I used Jelly Bean Green, Key Lime, Innocent Pink and Bubblegum Pink ink. The project is layered with Ivory and Innocent Pink card stock.

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration. Don’t forget to check out my tutorial on the Mini Wreath Builder on my Youtube channel.

Here is the complete hop

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134 thoughts on “Mega and Mini Wreath Builder Blog Hop

  1. Gina Thornton says:

    I am so glad that you made this video! I was sure these wreaths were difficult to make so I wasnt interested in purchasing the wreath builder. Now that I have seen it in action, I think it is something I can do as well!!! Thank you and thanks for sharing your beautiful cards!

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  2. Kay S says:

    All of your creations are gorgeous, but the big one with the coral and yellow colors is my favorite. I must be wanting Spring to hurry up!

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  3. Linda BL says:

    Love your large wreaths. I love soft colors and just love how you did the wreaths. I would be proud to hang them in my happy place– my craft room.

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  4. Melissa S says:

    I absolutely love your work. I have started following you on YouTube and enjoy your videos so much. These projects are absolutely gorgeous…I love all of them. I am so excited about he mega wreath builder!

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