VIDEO: Beginners Guide To The Wreath Builder

Welcome back everyone and Happy Saturday! I’ve done many wreath builder cards over the years since it was first released but realized I’ve never done a video on it. So today, I’m sharing a beginner’s guide to using the wreath builder stencil from Gina K Designs.

VIDEO

You can watch the full tutorial down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

I provide full instructions in my video so below I will list the main supplies used. A complete list of supplies is down below at the end of this post. Please refer to the video HERE for more details.

There are many reasons why this is such a genius design. First, you can create a perfect wreath in minutes! If you are in a pinch, this stencil comes in handy!

Another reason the wreath builder is so handy is it helps get the mojo started. If you feel like making a card but just not sure where to start, the wreath builder will save you! I do this all the time. I will maybe grab colors that I don’t normally use and experiment. It’s very repetitive and kind of relaxing to just sit and stamp.

This card is one I created a while back but I loved the design and colors so much I thought it was perfect for today’s video.

Gina has many stamp sets designed for the wreath builder but I’m using the original Wreath Builder stamp set. It’s one of my favorites.

I also really enjoyed the light, happy colors of the card which is Key Lime, Grass Green, Innocent Pink, Grass Green and Sweet Corn.

The Master Layouts 3 is a perfect die set to trim out your square panels and even add a little stitching detail.

Gina also has tons of sentiments that fit perfectly in the center of my wreath but the Magic Messages from Lawn Fawn jumped out at me from my shelf. It was originally designed for Magic Iris cards and because of the circular design, fit perfectly on my card.

Be sure to check out the full tutorial HERE on my Youtube channel.

SUPPLIES

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