Our last stamp club technique class for both groups was held earlier this month. I hope you enjoyed these sessions … and look forward to having you all join in when we begin again! This was a bit of a fun class … we learnt a bit of “punch art”. Now … before I start … I have to give you the links (that I promised) for a few sites where I found some of these samples. Once I decided to do a couple of these cards for our class … I went “blurfing” to get some more ideas. This is what I found …
- Flowerbug’s Inkspot -> Lots of cute punch art
- Rebel Inker -> Flowers made with punches
- RubberStampingDiva -> Punch art people
- StampVamps ->Punch Art Pics
- Beauty Lies Within -> Measurements for Squares & Rectangles with Scallop Edge Punch
- A Little Scrapbook Therapy -> Scallop Edge & other punches
A couple of these have more than one page of samples … so make sure you click on “previous / older entries” to see more!
Here is one of the cards we made at stamp club! Isn’t it absolutely adorable!!?? I found this design at Leann Greff’s site -> Flowerbug’s Inkspot.
- Colours Used: Almost Amethyst DSP, Gable Green & Whisper White
- Punches Used: Scallop Circle, Scallop Edge, 1/2″ Circle
- Accessories: Paper Piercer & Mat Pack, Silver Brads, Silver Cord, WW grosgrain ribbon
- Stamp Set: Short & Sweet
So easy! And soooooo cute!!!
And here is the second card we did at stamp club .
I found this card at a gorgeous site … there are the most amazing punched flowers here. I hope you have a good look! -> Rebel Inker.
And … here are a few more samples of cards I created for the class … with details listed for each.
I hope you enjoyed this post … and that you might find some inspiration to try something new! I enjoyed playing with my punches … and I think the Punch Art Cards make great novelty cards for kids! I’m sure I will be trying some more!
All images copyright © Stampin’ Up! ® 1997—2009. Inspiration from various websites as shown. Artwork by Andrea Lowcock.
Added Tues 24th March 2009
Here is another punch art card created by Christine (sis). Isn’t it cute!