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Sunday, 9 March 2014

Crazy Crafters March Blog Hop - Punch Art



Thank you for joining us for the 
Crazy Crafters Punch Art Blog Hop. 

We hope you enjoy our virtual hop where you will either learn great techniques for your paper crafting projects or just a chance to enjoy each of the ladies lovely creations!

You should have just left stop number 2 on the Crazy Crafters Hop - 

If so, you are in the right spot. If you get off track, the full blog lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all of the amazing creations

I am certainly not good with punch art, but here goes!
Looking through the window!



Punches used for Flower Pot:
Itty Bitty Punch Pack
Petite Petals Punch from Occasions Catalogue
Bird Builder Punch
Cupcake Builder Punch



Punches used for Curtains:
Dotted Scallop Punch
Petite Pennants Builder Punch


Cut out a rectangle piece of cardstock to make a window frame


Emboss a piece of Whisper White Card stock in clear to create wallpaper, arrange your curtains inside of window frame and attach to white card stock, add ribbon as ties


Stamp Woodgrain background on a piece of Whisper White card stock, attach window frame over wood grain image then add grass using Fringe Scissors. Place flower pot below window frame.
Picture in window is from Modern Label Punch





 Craft KylieTeena Maher


Here is the full list of Blog Hoppers!
Enjoy your day!




Punches used:



Thanks for visiting my blog
Angela

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9 comments:

  1. What an awesome card. Love it so much.

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  2. So sweet - could be such a special card for Mothers Day.

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  3. You've excelled yourself with this card Ang, it looks lovely and you are good at punch art. Never thought to use the cupcake base as a flower pot, many thanks for that idea.

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  4. Lovely card Angela You have given lots of new ideas to use my punches Thanks

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  5. This card is so sweet! Well done Ang. There are so many ideas - the curtains are great, the flowers and the detail on the pot. Plus the use of the hardwood stamp. Very clever.

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  6. Love these ideas. Beautiful wallpaper!
    Sue Madex

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  7. Great use of the woodgrain stamp and very good idea.
    Mary

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  8. love the way you ahve incorporated the wood stamp in with the punches

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  9. Angela, this is delightful - you've created a lovely scene. The cupcake cup makes a great little flower pot; what a good idea!

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