It's time to kickstart your weekend! Grab your inks and layering stencils and get ready for another HSN throwback project! I used the Christmas Floral Stamps, Die, and Stencils to make a clean and simple Holiday card. Check out my video for a step-by-step tutorial!
Layering stencils are one of my favorite crafty products. They are incredibly versatile, easy to use, and can be used over and over again to create any number of projects! The Christmas Floral set has a coordinating stamp set that will give an outline to the floral sprigs, but I chose to go without the outline. I used the four layering stencils with Tropical Sea, Bali Blue, Soft Kisses, and Lipstick Jungle Hybrid Ink Pads to create multiple floral pieces.
I used the Christmas Floral Die to cut out all of the images at once and then repeated the process five more times so that I had six sets of images. It's more than I needed, but I wasn't sure how full I would make my wreath. I cut a circle from white cardstock and chose my favorite image and started playing with arrangement. I stamped a sentiment from the Christmas Floral Stamp Set and then added my pieces to the outside edges of the circle.
I wanted something fun, but simple for my background, so I chose a pattern from the MacKenna Christmas Card and Scrapbooking Kit and cut it down to layer onto an A2 Card. I popped up my focal point image and scattered some gems here and there across the card. That's it! I'll see you next week for another HSN throwback project!