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Old 09-16-2008, 11:14 AM   #1  
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How do you stamp a Christmas wreath using the Snowflake Spot? Thanks in advance for this technique.
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Can't wait to find this out.

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ladies i'm no good putting in links
but just go to the SU gallery
in the search box put in
snowflakes/wreaths
many beatiful ones come right up
some day i will learn how to put in links
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This isn't a wreath - but it can give you an idea

Snow Flurries Tree by Indy_Patti at Splitcoaststampers

I think any smaller snowflake kind of stamp would do. And go to Happy Heart's gallery (using heartfelt thanks) for more wreath ideas!
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I would cut a circle the size you want the wreath to be. Then, use it as a mask and stamp or stencil your snowflakes around it. Make sure to have the circle in the centre so that the whole snowflake gets stamped onto the cardstock.

Once you have the snowflakes (and any other ... bows, holly, bells, etc. ... stamped, removed the mask and you have a clear centre for your wreath.

Haven't done this but it seems like it would work. Love to see pics if you try it.
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I meant to say cut the circle for the size of the CENTRE of the wreath. Otherwise, if you cut it the size of the wreath you want, it would be too large. Sorry!
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I think I would draw a circle with pencil lightly and stamp round with a snowflake stamp, then erase the pencil once the ink is dry?
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I think I would draw a circle with pencil lightly and stamp round with a snowflake stamp, then erase the pencil once the ink is dry?
that's what i have done
and start w/ stamping at 12,3,6 and 9 o'clock. then fill in as desired
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