To Plant a Garden Card by Rebecca Walton

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Card with white background and wreath peg stamped in pink, purple, green, and brown.

To Plant a Garden Card by Rebecca Walton

This is a super easy, one layer wreath card that uses only four peg stamps!

Papers Used in this Project

  • Card Stock – White – Neenah 110lb
  • Cover Stock – Natural White – Neenah 80lb

Supplies & Embellishments Used in this Project

Quick Instructions for this Project

  1. First, we will cut our card stock for stamping and our card base. Laying the white card stock horizontally on the trimmer, cut it at 5 1/2″. Now you have two, 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ pieces of card stock. Laying the card stock horizontally on the trimmer, cut it at 4 1/4″. Do the same to the other piece. Now you have four, A2 size (5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″) pieces for stamping. Okay, now for the card base, laying the off-white card stock horizontally on the trimmer, cut it at 5 1/2″. Place one of these horizontally on the Scor-pal and score down the middle (look for the asterisk). Do the same to the other piece. Now you have two, 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ (A2) card bases!

  2. Using the Mini Azalea Peg Stamp stamp in purple, then in pink, and again in pink without re-inking. Clean between stamp between purple and pink inks. Do this group stamping around in a wreath shape. You’ll want five groups to start with. Go back in and fill in with more flowers if needed. Stamp the Mini Bird’s Nest in brown. Create a mask for the bird’s nest by stamping on the top of a Post-it Note and cutting out. Place mask over the nest. Stamp Mini Leaf in green.
  3. Attach unmounted stamp to acrylic mount. Stamp in brown in the lower left side of card. Stamp Big Robin beside sentiment in brown. Fill in breast and bill and use waterbrush to spread watercolor.

  4. Instructions are available here, via the Rubber Stamp Tapestry YouTube Channel.

I hope that you enjoy creating this card with me and I look forward to hearing from you and learning how your card turns out. Please tag your Rubber Stamp tapestry creations with #pegstamps and #rubberstamptapestry and we will share them 🙂 Until next time, happy stamping from all of us at Rubber Stamp Tapestry.

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