Schools across the county are either done or are nearly done so Cammie came up with a thank you card for the school bus drivers. She worked her magic with a variery of the Stampin Up Framelits and Punches. OMG this is just so cute that I want to recreate it and now I can’t get the song the wheels on the bus go round and round out of my mind!
Tag Archives: Punch art
Today’s cute porcupine card features a creative punch art critter using the Beautiful Branches #143538 Thinlits and other Stampin Up punches. The porcupine is sitting on a background piece textured with the Woodlands Textured Impressions Embossing Folder #139673. The sentiment is from the Thoughtful Branches stamp set #143539.
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To close out the Christmas in July, I am posting an adorable stamp free- punch art card using a variety of Stampin Up punches, framelits and dies. So Cute!
ving Living in Columbus Ohio there is no professional football team but then again the OSU Buckeyes come close. Saturdays in Columbus are big football days but there is no bigger game than the rival game against that team up North. This year the game is being played in the Big House so today I am paying tribute to my alma mater with a Scarlet an Gray card that resembles the buckeyes helmet. Let’s go Bucks!
Tom the turkey made the debut as one of Cammie’s premiere Thanksgiving cards. She primarily used the now retired Stampin Up Daydream Medallion stampset and the coordinating Floral Frames #127012 Framelit dies to dress up Tom’s feathers. The rest of the darling turkey was made using lots of other Stampin Up punches and dies . Once assembled Tom is mounted on a Woodgrain #127821 textured background.
To coordinate with the adorable card, Cammie made adorable Tom the Turkey party favors using the Stampin Up Curvy Keepsakes Die as the base treat holder. Gobble Gobble Gobble!
Today’s post is the last of my Halloween designs for 2015 and I think it is my favorite. I used ancient Stampin Up DSP in classic Halloween colors. The witches skirt was made from an altered decorative label punched piece, the legs were from the Word Window and drum roll please…….. the shoes were made by altering 1/2 of the now retired Mustache die and the heel was from the retired key tag punch. Isn’t always about the shoes? The sentiment is from the retired Stampin Up Wicked Cool stamp set and then punched using Washi Label punch #138296.