July 17, 2011

Punch Art Daisy!

Today's Punch Art shows you how to create a daisy with the "Large Oval Punch" and the "Small Oval Punch". Now, don't get confused when I say "Small Oval Punch", this is the newer sized punch as Stampin' Up! decided to retire the other "Small Oval Punch" that used to fit nicely in the center of the "Large Oval Punch":

I started out by punching 5 "petals" using the "Large Oval Punch" and the "Flirtatious DSP". I added "Stampin' Dimensionals" to 2 of the petals. For the stem of the flower, I used "Pear Pizzazz Ink" and the stamp set "Fabulous Florets". When gluing your petals in place, create a "T" by gluing 2 side by side the long way horizontally. so that they are touching and then add a 3rd petal in the center vertically. Using the 2 petals that you added "Stampin' Dimensionals" to, layer one at a time on top of 2 petals, centering, and then move to the other 2 petals and do the same. Now you are ready to add the center of the daisy. Cut 1 with "Cherry Cobbler Cardstock" and the "Small Oval Punch". Add an "Antique Brad" in the center. Add a "Stampin' Dimensional" to the back and glue in place:

Card supplies:
  • Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White
  • DSP: Flirtatious
  • Inks: Pear Pizzazz, Cherry Cobbler
  • Stamp Sets: Fabulous Florets, Just Believe
  • Accessories: Antique Brads
  • Tools: Big Shot Machine, Scallop Square Die, Large Oval Punch, Small Oval Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals, Mat Pack & Paper Piercer

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