Posts tagged ‘Punch art’

March 12, 2015

Olaf punch-art for a sweet little girl…

Hi and welcome to my blog. My friend’s granddaughter loves the movie Frozen, so when it was her birthday recently, I used Stampin’ Up punches and dies to make this Frozen-inspired Olaf punch art birthday card … 

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I cut his hair, eyebrows, arms, and nose freehand. For his buttons, I first punched out small circles then cut the edges with my paper snips in a random pattern. A piece of winter frost dsp made the perfect background for Olaf.

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stamps: festive flurry;

inks: pool party;

cardstock: pool party, whisper white, basic black, early espresso, pumpkin pie, silver glimmer;

punches and dies: timeless type junior alphabet, different size circles, small and large ovals, festive flurry, gift bow bigz, Martha Stewart snowflake punch;

accessories: winter frost dsp, adhesive rhinestones, stampin’ dimensionals, white gel pen, greeting die-cut from my stash.

All supplies from Stampin’ Up unless otherwise stated. 

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August 13, 2014

Punch art banjo, with a Bluegrass theme …

Hi, and welcome to my blog.  

A quick post from me today as I’m busy on a project where I’m experimenting with some new products … well, new to me anyway!  More on that soon.

So here’s a punch art card I made recently for a friend from Louisiana, USA…

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I used my computer to make the greeting so I could include her nickname – Bayou Gurl.  She was hoping to get a banjo for her birthday – I sure hope she got one.  My nephew plays banjo in a local Bluegrass band in Liverpool – the Loose Moose String Band – his easy style is sure to have your toes tappin’ in no time!  

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I went a bit literal with the Bluegrass theme, and stamped blue grass …

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I was so excited to discover the waste punched out pieces from the spiral edge punch were just the right size to use as the banjo keys! Perfect! 

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I used several different sizes of circles to punch out pieces to form the banjo. The rest I cut freehand using my paper snips.

And for those of you wondering, it’s an A5 sized card, using a whole sheet of cardstock, scored and folded in half.

Want to make this blog colours

stamp set: inspired by nature (retired)

cardstock: naturals white, whisper white, very vanilla, brushed gold, brushed silver;

inks: soft suede, baja breeze;

punches & dies: various circle sizes, spiral border;

accessories: stampin’ dimensionals, gold brads, paper snips, silver flower wire from my stash.

All supplies from Stampin’ Up unless otherwise stated. 

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