Many stamp sets have a few small images that we never use. Right?
They can be used to make beautiful, easy cards that look really elegant.
You will need:
Paper trimmer or scissors
Stamping platform, like a Stamparatus ( # 146276) or a handmade one (find directions on Pinterest)
White cardstock for your card front and for bases (for base we will 8.5 x 11 inches-cut and fold). Some bases will be vertical and some horizontal
2 green leaf ink colors
3 or 4 flower ink colors - one for flower center
ribbon and whatever embellishments to coordinate with your ink
adhesive: double sided tape or Tombow glue
There are gorgeous artistic napkins that need to be seen other than eating. Greeting cards fronts are super easy to make from good quality napkins.
Supply your own napkins or purchase from me. I am offering variety packs so you don't have to settle for 20 or 40 of the exact same napkins
Also you will need an adhesive to glue and coat the one thin layer onto cardstock. See example : recommended.
a flat craft, sponge brush to apply glue: example.
a craft spatula or maybe plastic one you use in cake making (but not again :))
And, you will need some cardstock. I use Stampin'Up, but you may use what you have.
Make a circular template to use them with.
We will use leaves, small branches, flowers, small butterfly, etc.
They can be used to make beautiful, easy stamped wreaths, especially when used with the template that I will show you how to make.
graph paper (1/4 inch squares)
pencil or pen
White cardstock for your card front
adhesive; double sided tape