You certainly don’t think of clean & simple with zoo, but look at this cute Punch Pals penquin friends card with it’s clean & simple design. Penquins aren’t just for Christmas! Aren’t they just engaging creatures? So fun to watch as they dive through the water and then pop out onto the shore.
Technique: Double Punching – The tags were punched with the Word Window punch. The end of the tag was then reinserted from the top to trim off the end and create a shorter word window. Technique:Twine Tapping – I tapped the white baker’s twine with the brush end of the markers to add coordinating color for a little surprise.
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Isn’t this adorable? The Best of Everything stamp set is available in wood-mount or clear-mount . All the other details for this project are here.
Use this card to inspire your next project! The scallops and the cute flower button add a special touch to this sweet card. And I love the color combination: Baha Breeze, Regal Rose, Garden Green and Daffodil Delight. Check out more projects here.
Summer Smooches and a butterfly make a great birthday card combination! Remember this project? It was actually inspired by the card below that I created in My Digital Studio. The background looks like a paper project – doesn’t it?
The background was made in My Digital Studio with the added punch of a birthday greating and Big Shot butterfly with rhinestone. The digital designer papers from the Summer Smooches Suite digital content CD and the digital flag punch make this background bright and extra special. This special release CD is available until April 30th.
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I created the background on a 8 1/2 x 11 sheet and then cut the page in quarters to make duplicate cards. Here’s just the quarter page. This background could be used for any occasion-don’t you think?