Hello and welcome to my YouTube channel and blog; today I’m going to share with you my Facebook live from last night where I shared how to create your own mini wreath builder template with Stampin’ Up! supplies.

It really is quit easy to do. It sounds complicated but it’s really not. Here’s a look at the card I made.

Mini Wreath Builder Template: 

For, the mini wreath builder template you will need a few things.  You will need a sheet of grid paper, a piece of window sheeting or other acetate packaging, the layering square framelits, a pen or pencil, and a big shot.  

I used the grid paper as my template and started in the center so I cut it down to the size i knew I wanted my template to be.  I cut the window sheet down to 6×6 so that’s the size I made the grid paper.  I then laid the framelit down on my grid paper and drew around it.  First the normal way, then turned it on an angle in a diamond format.  All the while making sure it was centered on the grid paper and by using the bold lines in the center.  You can see all that and how I cut it and hinged everything together on the video.  For a larger wreath builder the process is a little different if you don’t have framelits that cut 4 x 4 or 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 squares.  

Video Tutorial: 

For my card I used the same layering square framelit that I used to cut out the openings to cut my Whisper White cardstock with, that way I knew it was the perfect size.  I then placed it in the template in my Stamparatus and stamped away.  I started with the lemon lime twist ink first.  I tired to use stampin’ spots for this type of work (I got mine out of my paper pumpkin kits or when we carried a few sets of them I purchased every set that we carried last year), but if you don’t have that option you can either use your large pads or get the uninked stampin’ spots and add your own ink refills.  This is the option that I like to go with most of all, and is what I have listed in the shopping list below for you.  To me it’s easier to use the stampin’ spots then the full size pads and is the method I prefer.  

One of the biggest tricks to this type of stamping is to always always make sure that the corner you start with is the one that’s in the next opening on the template.  this will prevent you from getting caddy wompous images.  And if you are like me it will drive you crazy.  

Once I had everything stamped I started layering everything up.  I like cards that are like this with a simple design.  It’s just a couple layers, and it’s finished.  

Thanks for dropping by I hope that you enjoy this video and that it helps you make a mini wreath builder template of your own.  If you have any questions please contact me I will try to answer them as best as I can.  If you need any of the supplies that you have seen today you can pick them up in my online store by clicking on the images in the Stampin’ Up! Shopping List below.  Join me tomorrow as i Hop along with some very talented demonstrators in the Blogging Friends Blog Hop.  

Use my December Host Code above with any order of $75.00 (before shipping and taxes) and I will send you the Must Have tool of the season the Simply Shammy Free in January as a thank you gift.  

Stampin’ Up! Shopping List:

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Happy Stampin’ 
Rick 

Yesterday the Year-End Closeout sale was announced and there are a lot of great things on the lists.  We have two categories for you this year Returning Favorites and Discounted.  Each list will only be while supplies last so make sure you stock up on your favorite items before it’s to late and they are gone.  Then you can only kick yourself for not doing what I told you to do.