This card today is way to cute to scare any crows away. I made the card using the Top Note #113463 die from the Stampin Up annual catalog. His hat was also done using 1/2 a top note and then notched with the Envelope Punch Board #133774. For his face, I used the various size circles for the eyes, the triangle punch for his nose and heart punch for his dimples. I hand drew in his stitched mouth and nose. For the hair, I cut strips of crumbcake cardstock and crimped it then tucked it beneath the hat. I added the sunflower, made using the scallop die and slitting each petal and added the crow using the Stampin Up bird builder punch. So cute and no stamping!
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In Whoville they say – that the Grinch’s small heart grew three sizes that day. And then – the true meaning of Christmas came through, and the Grinch found the strength of *ten* Grinches, plus two and so did Blair when she made these adorable Grinch giftcard holders for her corpsmen. They loved them so much that they have them hanging in their workspace. But then again who does not love the Grinch? Blair made these using her favorite Big Shot die – the top note#113463. She used Circles for the eyes and the beloved word window punch #119857 for the brows. She textured the brim of his hat with the petals a plenty folder #116824 and hand drew his face. She added a pocket on the backside using 1/2 a top note to tuck the gift card in.
I saw this card on a blog and sketched it out and knew I wanted to recreate it for my dear friend Ken for his birthday. The sentiment inside (non- Stampin Up) says Ahoy Matey… Your ARRRH treasured. This expression truly fits the friendship that I have with Ken and his lovely wife Sue so I created this card just for him. The pirates head and mustache is cut from the top note die #113463. The eye patch, his eye and the earring are cut from various circle punches, the nose is from the Owl builder punch #118074. I used the 3 1/2 inch circle to get the general shape of the head scarf and then fussy cut it from a piece of scrap retired Under the Big Top DSP. I added a piece of bakers twine to attach the patch and finished it with a piece of bling for the earring.
This card could also be used as a cute Halloween card or an invite to a come as you aren’t party! I hope Ken likes this card as much as I enjoyed making it. If he does not, he’ll just have to walk the plank!
It is so funny how a punch can open creative opportunites just by punching on a different color of cardstock. Todays card is very cute and simple that features a rudolph made from the Stampin Up stocking builder punch#124095. His nose is punched from the owl builder punch #118074 from the red glimmer paper #121790 and antlers are from the snowflake punch #119852. His scarf is a simple piece of cherry cobbler bakers twine #123125. Rudolph is mounted on a pice of embossed whisper white cardstock using the petals a plenty #116824 embossing folder then mounted on a top note die #113463 cut from soft suede cardstock then trimmed using the cherry cobbler quilted satin ribbon #124105. The card base is marina mist cardstock embossed with snowburst embossing folder #124096 from the Stampin Up Holiday mini.
One of 3 sisters 2 stamp favoite Stampin Up Big Shot dies is the Top Note and today the Top Note die is showcased to make these simple and darling purses. The top note is scored and folded approx 1 1/4 inch from top,add a cellophane bag , filled with candy,coordinating DSP and a ribbon and you have a very cute treat that can be dressed up for any occasion.