Wonderous Wreath – Video Tutorial

Wonderous WreathToday’s video tutorial features the Stampin’ Up! Wonderous Wreath Stamp Set and Framelits.

I love how you can layer various colors to make your wreath a Fall Wreath, Christmas Wreath, New Baby Wreath etc. The possibilities are endless. And cutting the wreath out is super simple when you use the coordinating Wonderful Wreath Framelits Dies. Woo Hoo!!!

Your wreath can be plain or you can dazzle it up a bit with glitter, embossing powder or jewel rhinestones.  Its entirely up to you!

 

Wreath

1. Stamp your Wreath in Old Olive Ink once and then turn your wreath slightly to the right and stamp it again.

Tip: If your not getting a good image when you stamp your wreath.  Try stampin it again with a piercing mat or phone book under your cardstock. 

2. Ink up your accent wreath in Mossy Meadow Ink and line it up with the Old Olive Wreath and stamp it.  This will highlight a few Mossy Meadow leaves.

3. Use your Big Shot and the Wonderous Wreath framlits to cut out your wreath.

Tip: Use the tabs at the bottom of your Wreath Framelits to line up your stamped image and the framelits.  Don’t forget to use the small framelit to cut out the inside of your Wreath.

4. Stamp your bow in Cherry Cobble Ink on Whisper White Cardstock.  Cut it out using your Wonderous Wreath framelits.

5. Add jewel rhinestones to your wreath and bow.  Use a red sharpe to color the gems to look like red berries.

6. The sentiment was stamped in Old Olive Ink.

Base

1. Cut a 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ piece of Whisper White Cardstock and fold it in half. This is your base.

2. Cut a 1″ x 5-1/2″ piece of Old Olive Cardstock and tear it down the middle. Set aside.

3. Cut a 1″ x 5-1/2″ piece of Cherry Cobbler Cardstock and tear it down the middle. Set aside.

4. Cut a 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ piece of Whisper White Cardstock. Tear this piece at 3-3/4″ along the 5-1/2″ in side (Vertical).

5. Glue the torn Cherry Cobbler Cardstock piece to the top of the torn Old Olive Cardstock. Then add the torn Whisper White Cardstock to the top of the torn Cherry Cobbler Strip.

6. Turn the entire piece over and to add adhesive and adhere it to the top of your Whisper White Base.

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Wondrous Wreath Stamp Set

Photopolymer #135047, $25.95

 This Two-Step Photopolymer stamp add some dimension to your creation. Set quantity: 9.

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Wonderful Wreath Framelits Dies

Item #135851, $24.95

7 dies. Includes the words “Joy” and “Noel.” Largest image: 3″ x 3″. Use with Big Shot and Standard Cutting Pads (p. 224).

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Items #137624, $43.25

Wondrous Wreath Stamp Set plus Wonderful Wreath Framelits

Stampin Up Video – Wonderous Wreath

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12 Responses to Wonderous Wreath – Video Tutorial

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  2. Earleen December 2, 2014 at 9:22 pm #

    Brandy, thanks for the great ideas and your videos are so easy to understand. I love the cards you make.

  3. Sharon Perez December 2, 2014 at 2:51 pm #

    Brandy…thank you so much for this video…I thought I had in my mind what I was going to do for my Christmas cards, but after watching your video, I’m now going to use your card. Super pretty card and super easy and quick too! Thank you for your inspiration! Hope you and your family have a blessed Christmas season!

  4. Marilyn Virella December 1, 2014 at 10:04 am #

    I watch all of your tutorials and enjoy them immensely. Thank you for sharing your expertise, I have learned so much and you give me inspiration to do more with my cardmaking supplies. God Bless you, and have a wonderful Christmas.

  5. Carolina F. December 1, 2014 at 1:07 am #

    Thank you Brandy for another amazing video and card! Love it a lot!

  6. Jeanette Land November 30, 2014 at 7:32 pm #

    Dear Brandy, once again a huge Thank You for the email and the tutorial for the beautiful wreath. Even though I do not have the lovely set of the wreath stamps and dies I can still use the idea for more Christmas cards. I take this opportunity to wish you and all your family a Happy and Blessed Christmas. With Love, from Jeannette Land and family, South Africa, xxx

  7. Gina P November 30, 2014 at 10:29 am #

    Brandi, I usally start working on my personal Christmas cards in June/July but this year i have had to much going on. I few weeks back I decided that I better get started. I thought and thought but couldn’t decided on even a stamp set. Then I saw this card and decided this was my card this year. I pretty much kept it the same as your version but embossed the top white layer with the northern Flurry EF. I also decorated the inside and stamped a sentiment. Thanks for giving me the inspiration needed to not use store bought cards this year. 24 jaded about 24 more to go.

  8. Joanne Hoffmann November 30, 2014 at 5:44 am #

    Brandy….Love, love, love this card and I think I am going to use it for our Christmas cards this year!! Quick question- can this card go thru the mail with only one stamp? The reason I ask is that I make between 35-50 homemade cards for the holiday season and really don’t want to have to put any extra postage on it? Thanks for the videos/tutorials…they are always fabulous!! Many blessings to you and yours during the holidays and always!

  9. Everly Bee November 29, 2014 at 5:37 pm #

    Hi Brandy,

    I am new to stamping, I somehow stumbled across you and boy I’m so glad I did. There are various demonstrators who all have something unique to offer, but, you take the fear out of what looks to a newbie a whole new world. I like the way you combine enthusiasm with elegance & fun. I also like how your not overly fussy but yet produce beautiful cards which inspire, you have the right balance. Thank you for sharing.

    From my home in the UK to yours I wish you a wonderful Christmas time & a very happy new year.

    Everly x

  10. Kathie Dobbins November 29, 2014 at 4:50 pm #

    Hi, Brandy, Love your version of the card. Just turning that teensy little bit made all the difference. I have not been impressed with the other samples I have seen, but this was great. Now, I have to get it, but have to Christmas shop first. Anyway I look forward to all your tutorials! Kathie

  11. Claire Adams November 29, 2014 at 4:40 pm #

    Many thanks to you Brandy for another beautiful, elegant but simple card.
    May you have a wonderful time over the festive season and be blessed with good health and happiness (and more beautiful inspiring ideas) in 2015!
    Sending lots of love from Aberdeen in Scotland x

  12. Debbie Reed November 29, 2014 at 9:41 am #

    Thanks you for sharing this beautiful wreath card. I hope to get this set before the catalog is over. This stamp is good for all seasons. I have seen one for the Fall that was beautiful too. I love how your card came together. Have a Merry Christmas. Debbie Reed

    Keep up the good work! Love watching your tutorials!