Have you ever looked at a new stamp SET and wondered how to get the most use out of it? How to make several unique cards? How to maximize on your stash of supplies? Well, today I’m going to show you how to do it! We are going to make 3 unique cards, all using one stamp set and the same products on each card! Let’s get started, shall we?
I love to make creative wreaths for the holidays, so the stamp set called Modern Christmas Watercolor collab by Maker Forte and Hedgehog Hollow was the perfect choice to achieve this look!
I stamped the wreath several times on Maker Forte Starlight shimmer Metallic paper, using Catherine Pooler inks and WOW embossing powders, moving the wreath each time to make it fuller and more colorful! The inks and embossing powders used are listecd below (click on link of company to shop):
- CP Green Tea ink
- CP Eucalyptus ink
- CP Spruce ink
- WOW Metallic Platinum powder
- WOW Crusty Copper powder
- WOW Peridot Powder
- WOW Chocolate Caramel Pearl Powder
For my next card, I used a similar technique to a recent video by Gina K Designs using her wreath builder! I adore Gina and her wreath builder, it’s a clever way to build wreaths using just about anything in your stash!
I had so much fun with this one that I did a video to show you how easy it is! The video is only 10 minutes, and I share a few awesome RAINBOW products that Maker Forte has in their shop. But, you have to watch the video to find the RAINBOWS!!!
Are you getting some creative ideas yet? If not, keep reading for more ideas!
My final card just HAD to be a slimline!!! I stamped the two leaves to look like a table top bouquet. I can smell the evergreens right now! As with the previous two cards, I used the same stamps, inks, paper, and embossing powders!
All of the Maker Forte products used for my cards are available through my affiliate links on my IG page! You can click here to access my IG account and do some shopping!!! Oh, and don’t forget to look for those rainbow items!!! For the other products used, click on the company name!