Stampin' Up! wheels are fun to use! Just pop one into the handle, ink it on an ink pad and wheel a border, wavy or straight. Ink it again and wheel more rows to fill in a background mat.
Use the Big Shot 113439 and the Manhattan Flower embossing folder 114517 to emboss Brushed Gold card stock 102935.
Cut out the shaped edge of the flowers. Adhere over the wheeled background mat.
Tie Cherry Cobbler seam binding 120992 in a bow around a closed ink pad. Cut the back and adhere the ends behind the wheeled mat.
Adhere the Cherry Cobbler card stock 119685 mat underneath.
Apply Champagne Shimmer paint 116806 with a Sponge Dauber 102892 to the edges of the Always Artichoke card stock 105119 card front.
Adhere the mats to the card front.
For large areas like scrapbook pages or gift wrap, you'll need to fill an ink cartridge for your wheel. Then, you can wheel without re-inking on an ink pad.
Secure the wheel into the handle and push the cartridge up to contact the wheel.
Wheel the image on paper. I used the Kraft paper that comes in my Stampin' Up! shipping boxes.
Follow these links to see some other cards made with wheels.