View the video for step-by-step instructions on creating the sparkly punch art witch hat to decorate Halloween cards and other goodies! Click here to view the original post with supply list for this card.
This simple box is made with a half a sheet of paper measuring 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. This box was embossed with the Spider Web Embossing Folder. To emboss the box you’ll need to emboss it twice, running it through the Big Shot once on each side before assembling the box.
There are several options for closing up the top; you can use ribbon or a topper. In this sample the top was folded in and secured with a Glimmer Brad, then the tag was hung from the brad.
Punches make quick work for tag creation!
This cute spider would look adorable with googlie eyes! And the adhesive backed googlie eyes available in the Holiday Catalog would make that quick to do, but in this case I colored his eyes with a So Saffron marker to add just a tinge of color.
RIBBON SPECIAL! Don’t forget to order during the month of September and receive FREE ribbon (value $8.95) for every $40 in product ordered. What does that mean? For example, if you purchase the Simply Scored Scoring Tool and Diagonal Plate you would earn a Free spool of ribbon. If you purchase the Big Shot, you’ll receive 2 spools of ribbon. If your total order is over $150 you would earn 3 spools of ribbon PLUS $25 in Stampin’ Rewards FREE product. Questions? Let me know.
Today I created a video tutorial to show how I created the framelits panel with “stamping outside the lines.” Leave me a comment and let me know what you think of these videos and what tutorials you would like to see? What do you want to learn?!? I love sharing with you!
I wish you could touch this card! The Natural Composition Specialty paper used for the card base is amazing. Look closely at the embossed texture. And because of the embossed texture, I used the permanent ink of Black StazOn ink to stamp the sentiment.
The star of the show on this card are punches: The Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, the Elegant Butterfly Punch and the 1″ Square Punch. Now it may not be obvious where I used the 1″ Square Punch, but if you watch this tutorial on creating the flag ends on this card, you’ll see how the square punch can be used to make this design easy work.
This beautiful scripted ‘Thank You’ is from the Blooming with Kindness stamp set. The four petal butterfly centers were first stamped with the Itty Bitty Bits stamp set and punched out with the Itty Bitty Shapes Punch. Once centered on each butterfly, I then added a Rhinestone to each.
Once again a very simple, clean design inspired by a sample in the Stampin’ Up! demonstrator magazine.
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Card Recipe:Stamps: Blooming With Kindness w-#126420 c-#126422, Itty Bitty Bits w-#117056 c-#120060Ink: Black StazOn #101406, Primrose Petals #126858, Summer Starfruit #126991Paper: Natural Composite Specialty Paper #126917, Patio Party Designer Series Paper #126916, Primrose Petals #126841, Summer Starfruit #126839Extras: Elegant Butterfly Punch #127526, Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack #118309, 1″ Square Punch #124094, Basic Jewels Rhinestone #119246