Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Fun Punch Art Cards

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I love doing fun, clever, unique cards.  I found the ideas for these in several different places.


I got the basic idea for this one from Kellie Anyn Paxton

Base:  More Mustard card stock 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"; scored at 4 1/4"
Layer 1: Natural White card stock 4" x 5 1/4"
Bookworm:  
Wild Wasabi card stock
Garden Green ink (sponge edges of circles)
1 1/2" Circle  (1)
1 1/4" Circle  (2)
1" Circle  (2)
Mouth - Chocolate Chip marker
Glasses:
Basic Black and Antique White card stock
2 - 1" Black Circles
2 - 1/2" Natural White Circles
2 - Black basic hole punch circles
Earpieces:  1 black word window punch, cut in 1/2, rounded the ends
Books:
Pumpkin Pie, Night of Navy and Real Red card stock
Word Window Punch (after you punch one, insert the end back into the edge of the punch)
Use fine tip black marker for lines on each end
Shelf:
Basic Black card stock - 1/4" x 4 3/4"



I don't remember where I found this idea

Base:  Daffodil Delight card stock- 5 11/4" x 8 1/2"; scored at 4 1/4"
Layer 1:  Marina Mist card stock 4" x 5 1/4"; ran through Big Shot with Square Lattice Folder
Ribbon:  Very Vanilla 1/4" grosgrain
Ice Cream:
Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla, and Pretty in Pink Card Stock
Cut one each from X-large Scallop Circle Punch
Cherry:
1/2" circle from Real Red
Bowl:
Crumb Cake card ctock
3 1/4" circle; run through the Crimper and then cut in half
Base:
Crumb Cake card ctock
Large Oval Punch
Happy Birthday:
Daffodil Delight Card Stock - Modern Label Punch
Family Reunion stamp set
Marina Mist ink

I found this idea on Dawn's Stamping Thoughts 

Base:  Chocolate Chip card stock - 4 1/4" x11"; scored at 5 1/2"
Layer 1:  Crumb Cake 4" x 5 1/4"
Additional Layers:
Top:
Very Vanilla 3 3/4" x 2 1/2"
Crumb Cake 3 1/2" x 2 1/4"
Chocolate Chip 3 1/4" x 2"
Bottom:
Chocolate Chip 2 3/4" x 1 1/2"
Very Vanilla 2 1/2" x 1 1/4"
Happy Birthday:  Family Phrases Stamp Set; Chocolate Chip ink
Hot dog: (make 2)
Crumb Cake, Daffodil Delight, Read Red, Pretty in Pink card stock
With Word Window Punch:
2 - Crumb Cake
2 - 1/2 punches (adhere next to each other so the hot dog is longer than the bun)
Tear the top edge of a strip of Real Red (ketchup) and Daffodil Delight (mustard), then punch 1 from each color so the ragged edge is at the top


I got this idea from a variety of sources

Base:  Certainly Celery card stock - 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"; scored at 4 1/4"
Layer 1 - Marina Mist card stock (Square Lattice folder) 4" x 5 1/4"
Paper Plate: 3 1/4" circle from white card stock ran through the Crimper
French Fries:  Daffodil Delight card stock - 1/4" x 2 1/2 - ran through the Crimper
Pickle:  Certainly Celery, Wild Wasabi card stocks; punch 1 of each with Word Window Punch, cut each in 1/2; layer Certainly Celery on top of Wild Wasabi.  Using Wild Wasabi marker, add dots to the top
Hamburger:
Crumb Cake (buns), Daffodil Delight (cheese), Real Red (tomato), Certainly Celery (lettuce), Early Expresso (hamburgers) card stocks and inks
Large Oval Punch - 3 Crumb Cake, 2 Early Expresso
1 1/4" square - 1 Daffodil Delight (cut in 1/2 from corner to corner)
1" circle - 1 Real Red
Small Heart Punch - 2 Certainly Celery

Stamp the top bun with the small circle stamp from the Confetti Stamp Set in Crumb Cake ink

Sponge the edges of each piece with the matching ink color before adhering together.



This idea came from Flowerbug's Inkspot

Base:  Daffodil Delight card stock - 5 1/4" x 8 1/2"; scored at 4 1/4"
Layer 1 - Very Vanilla 5 1/4" x 4" (Sizzix folder - non-Stampin' Up!)
13 - 1 3/8" circles from bright colors of card stock
Sucker Sticks
Large Oval Punch (Daffodil Delight)
Thank You - Short and Sweet stamp set


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I love these, don't you?  Which is your favorite?



3 comments:

  1. Your punch art cards are awesome! I'm so glad that I found you on Pinterest. Thank you for sharing your talent.

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  2. Very cute! Thank you for sharing credit.

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  3. are these cards sold individually?? Would be interested in buying some styles.

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