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Friday, September 27, 2013

Christmas Punch Art

This Circle Thinlit card has no stamping on the front. Instead I used the wings of the Bird Builder punch to make the petals of my poinsettia and mounted them with Stampin' Dimensionals. I shortened the punched branches and tucked them beneath the  petals and added a button for my flower center. A little taffeta ribbon and some Season of Style designer paper finished it off. All I needed was the greeting from the Delightful Dozen stamp set and it was ready to go.

[The first photo shows the front of the card; the second is the open card.]




A tip for using the thinlits: To save paper, cut your card stock 5½" x 6" and line up with the thinlit. For my designer paper, I cut my strip 5½" x 3" and lined it up with the wide portion of the thinlit so the circle cuts would line up. I did have to trim a little off along the score line, but it helped the dsp to fit perfectly and enable the swing of the circle.

Products Used:
Delightful Dozen stamp set (12), W 128547, $32.95; C 122652, $24.95
Cherry Cobbler 8½" x 11" card stock (24), 119685, $6.95
Wild Wasabi 8½" x 11" card stock (24), 108641, $6.95
Whisper White 8½" x 11" card stock (40), 100730, $8.50
Season of Style 4½" x 6½" Designer Series Paper Stack (48), 132181, $6.95
Cherry Cobbler Classic Stampin' Pad, 126966, $5.95
Whisper White 3/8" Taffeta Ribbon (10 yards), 109070, $6.95
Neutrals Designer Buttons (72), 130031, $7.95
      (I used last year's design but the current design will work just as well)
2½" Circle Punch, 120906, $16.95
Bird Builder Punch, 117191, $16.95
Circle Card Thinlits Die (10 dies), 133480, $32.95
Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine, 113439, $99.95
Big Shot Magnetic Platform, 130658, $39.95

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