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Welcome to Contest Question 1!

Tonight, we released the brand new Holiday Wreath Builder! In tonight's video, I showed you two techniques. One was stamping more than one image at a time and what was the second one?

Place your answer here in this thread and next Tuesday, we will choose one member from all the correct answers and that member will win a $25.00 Gift Certificate to Gina K. Designs!

Thanks so much for playing along!

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Filling in the corner so it was fuller.
Stamping on a A2 card front with the wreath builder template.

The other technique you showed was how to stamp a round wreath at the top of a rectangular card.

Using tiny stamps to fill in the 4 corners and how to build a wreath on an A 2 card!!
Filling in corners using small stamps and how to make a wreath on an A2 card
You showed how to use two stamps at the same time, filling in the corners and making the wreath for an A2 size card.
The techniques you showed tonight were:
1. Stamping more than one image at a time;
2. Filling in the corners with small images;
3. Always place your stamps with the square orientations; and
4. How to make and A2 size wreath card front. :)
The second technique was how to make a rectangular card rather than a square card by just putting the top of the card into the template.
The techniques you showed tonight were:
1. Stamping more than one image at a time;
2. Filling in the corners with small images;
3. Always place your stamps with the square orientations; and
4. How to make and A2 size wreath card front.

Using the wreath builder with a rectangular card and filling in the corners.

Making a long A2 card using the wreath builder
Stamping on a rectangular card base so a message can be put below or above the wreath.

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