Monday, July 21, 2008

Punch Class Card #1

Each day this week, I will be sharing a card that we will be making at Punch Class on Saturday morning. We will be making five cards altogther. We will also be making a punch template that will help know which punches work with different stamp sets, and attendees will get a handout showing some fun, creative ways to use their punches.

I had a lot of help with the ideas for this class from many of my virtual stamping friends and online galleries. This first card I cased from Becky Carafa's adorable card. I used a couple different flower centers, but other than that, this is all Becky. I loved the colors she used and everything. I'd been wanting to try making some of these flowers, so when I saw Becky's card and that it also uses the spiral punch, I knew it would be perfect for this class. You can see Becky's original card here.
{Birthday Hugs & Wishes recipe}
Stamps: Polka Dot Background, Birthday Hugs & Wishes
Ink: Basic Black, White Craft, Pumpkin Pie (envelope only)
Paper: Rose Red, Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie, Rose Red DSP
Accessories: black gingham ribbon, scallop punch, spiral punch, circle punch, jumbo eyelet, rhinestone brad, clear button, build-a-brad


Thank for visiting, and be sure to come back every day this week to see the other cards for Punch Class.

6 comments:

peanutbee said...

Oh wow, I love those big orange flowers paired with the pink. So pretty!!

Wendy said...

Very pretty card!! Yes, I have to agree with Denise...I LOVE the colors you used. Isn't amazing what you can do with punches? Nice job!

Julia Aston said...

This is so pretty! love the colors - the spiral punch and great flowers! what a fun class this will be!

Pamela Smerker said...

Love these punch cards!! That scalloped flower is awesome!! thanks for sharing.

LeAnne said...

All these punch cards are great--a punch class is something I've wanted to do for a while....maybe in September!!! My girls LOVED the onesie card, they still talk about it!
LeAnne

Becky Carafa said...

Awww thanks Kim! I like yours better, your flower centers rock!