use post it notes to mask off your corners going from outside corner to inside corner. Use the Wheel guide to ensure you are getting a straight image, wheel the two shorter sides.
Here is what it will look like:
Mask off the opposite corners, wheel the long sides.
Here is your final look
Note: if your wheel doesn't have symmetrical edges, be mindful that you are wheeling each edge in the same manner. I always had the left side of my wheel closest to the inside part of the frame.
Here is my final card
I made an impressionistic like painting of the image from Upsy Daisy by stamping it onto watercolor paper and going over it with an aquapainter and more ink. I also added so saffon around the flowers. When I was all done I wiped the wet brush over the whole image once last time. The frame is mounted up on dimensionals for depth. The birdie is a Sizzlit die from the SU mini catalog.
I like how soothing it turned out.
I hope you will give this a try, it isn't hard, I promise!
wow, what a great technique I've never seen before! Thanks for inspiring me to use my wheels more! :)
Crystal (SCS happy2stamp4ever)
Tracy, what a great project! Looks too good to be handmade! It would make a wonderful gift!
That is too cool! I never thought about doing that....thanks.
I love the project! Pretty!
Oh, how very clever this is! TFS!
This is so great! Thanks for sharing!
oh goodness! This is great!
very pretty card Tracy!
This is a fantastic little tutorial, thanks for sharing with us
Wow what abrilliant tutorial,i would never thought of using my wheels like that !!!!!
Thanks so much for sharing :):)
This is truly beautiful! I wasn't too into Upsy Daisy, but this.... may have just sold me the set! Beautiful!
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