Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Punch a Bunch Preview

For our Stamp Club meeting we wanted to keep it simple, so we decided on a "Punch a Bunch." Everyone brings punches and paper and we just punch a bunch. Well, I couldn't leave it that simple, no, not me. I spent yesterday evening searching the world {wide web} over for ideas using punches. Thanks to the super creative people who share there ideas, I was able to find some wonderful punch projects for our Stamp Club meeting this Thursday. We won't be able to make them all, but I wanted to make a few examples of how you can use punch art. Here are a few examples I made last night.

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I seriously jumped up and down at the cuteness of this little guy! He so simple to make. We will definitely be making him at Stamp Club.

This car is my next favorite. It was a little more difficult because I didn't have all of the punches needed, but I made it work with what I had. I felt so clever when I had the idea to use the extra large eyelets and yellow rhinestone brads for the headlights!

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I had seen the traffic light made out of punches before but thought I'd never use it on anything. I found this card and decided to try it out. I think it turned out pretty darn cute.

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I had so much fun playing with punches. I can't wait to share these projects with my Stamp Club ladies!

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If you have some fun punch ideas, please, share them in the comments.

Thanks for visitng. Hope you were inspired to grab those punches and make something creative.

5 comments:

roxybonds said...

SO COOL! I love the car one :) I will have to give that a try :)

Kathy Martin said...

Wow, creative punch cards! You are so clever! :)

Rachel said...

Thanks, Jen and Kathy! It was so exciting when all of the punched pieces became something I could actually recognize. If you try to make the car and have any questions, just let me know.

Q Crew said...

Way cute cards, Rachel!

Rachel said...

Thanks, Amy. Maybe I can make a set of cards to send you as my pay it forward gift. (Along with the scrapbook page.)

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