July 12, 2013

Punch Art Popsicles!

It is sometimes quite funny where we card makers find inspiration for future projects. I was purchasing some  koolaid popsicles for my granddaughter Kaitlynn a few weeks ago and sitting beside those popsicles were twin stick popsicles. I remember those as a child and how we used to "split" them with our friends or siblings. The first thing that came to mind when I spotted these popsicles was "hey, I can make those with punch art! And here is what I came up with:


And they came out just like I envisioned in my first attempt. Now that I like! I used the "Word Window Punch" and cut 2 of each color. For the "sticks" continued to use the "Word Window Punch" but cut on the edge of my cardstock and only cut 1/2 pieces:


I glued them together by using 2 "Stampin' Dimensionals" where they meet together. I added the swirls at the top with my white gel pen.


I used the "Adorning Accents Edgelits Dies" for a skinny strip and sponged the edges and below you will see a trio of "Candy Dots":

 
How neat to add a sentiment that is appropriate for an anniversary or wedding! I hope you think my popsicles are cute!

Card Supplies:
  • Cardstock: Strawberry Slush, Wisteria Wonder, Sahara Sand, Whisper White
  • Inks: Sahara Sand
  • DSP: In Color Paper Stack
  • Accessories: Candy Dots, 1/4" Stitched Ribbon
  • Tools: Stampin' Dimensionals, Word Window Punch, White Gel Pen, Adorning Accents Edgelits, Sponge Dauber, Deco Labels Collection Framelits
  • Stamps: A Dozen Thoughts
 
 
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6 comments:

  1. Wow this is so so cute... and very nice design and craftsmanship. thanks for sharing.

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  2. Oh, the memories of splitting a twin popsicle with a friend... Another brilliant punch idea!!

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  3. Really cute...Loved splitting them as a kid, but my grands won't spilt...they keep the whole thing!

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  4. Debbie! What a brilliant idea! I agree with Margaret, the memories of splitting a twin popsicle with a sibling/friend. Thank you so much for sharing!
    Kim Smith

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  5. Making me hungry for the good old days...and I had the same experiences that you did....or sharing with a sibling! These are wonderful...look just like the ones from long ago....Thanks for the memories!

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  6. So cute! Love your creative mind.

    Ter ;)

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