Nov 072011

I know this isn’t a picture of a huge bowl of cider but it sure does make you think about fall. Smile


Each month I have a class about how to use the wonderful punches

Stampin’ Up! has to offer.  Can you see how the Petite Pennant Builder Punch made a great hat and sleeves for this little guy.

The other element on here that was not made with a punch was the scrapes I used for the patches on his clothes.

Can you guess what all the other ones were?

If you are interested in attending this class contact me for the details.  I can also bring this class to you and with the great Hostess Bonus Promotion that is going on now thru December 15th holding a punch workshop is also lots of fun.

In case you missed last months Witch Punch Art here is the sample again.


So call up a few friends and  Contact me today to book your personalized workshop!

Happy Stampin’




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  8 Responses to “It’s fall punch art time…”

  1. Karen,
    I don’t live in your area, could I buy the direction or the tutorial on these? They are so cute and would love to make then.


    • Holly, The tutorial is included in the class to go. It also includes complete measurements so you can recreate other sets on your own.

  2. WOW, that technique is so erttpy!! I love the card that you made with the Scenic Season stamp set yet another one to add to my “must have” list, I really need to stop watching your videos. 🙂

  3. It’s excellent site, I was looking for something like this

    • Oh so neat that you used Timeless Portrait paper for your cards this week Sandi!! I love the embossed trees and the etseimnnt in gold on that first card really pops (love that etseimnnt too). Hope you are having fun with Shelagh!!! Is she still there or has she headed home?

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    • Still a bit strange to see Christmas in March but I still have Christmas cards sintitg around to re-read and respond to some on email .! This first card is absolutely beautiful and as you said, who would have thought that a non-holiday DSP could make such a beautiful Christmas card. You continue to amaze and delight me (and I am sure MANY others as well!) .. And thank you for the video have to give that technique a try!

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