October 19, 2014

Punch Art & Framelit Art Lion Set!

My daughter and granddaughter are visiting this weekend so you know what that means.......crafting time! Kaitlynn has a birthday to go to next week for one of her 1st grade buddies and he LOVES lions. She arrived and said "Grammy, I need to make a lion card for Nicholas' birthday". So here is what we made:

Of course I went to Pinterest first to find a card I liked. It was Jackie Topa to the rescue! Isn't this card just the cutest?

I noticed after I took the photo that Kaitlynn got a little carried away with the glue. I dug out my Adhesive Remover and it's all gone now. All we needed for this card was a few Circle Punches, the Owl Punch and the Floral Frames Framelits Dies.

We also added a coordinating Curvy Keepsake Die Box:

This time, along with the Circle Punches and the Owl Punch we added the Blossom Punch. Both of these are pretty easy to figure out once you take a closer look!

I hope Nicholas enjoys both of these projects. Kaitlynn was telling me how she gave him something lion-related last year and he still mentions it and thanks her for it to this day!

Make sure you stop by tonight as I  will have another post for a blog hop for the Control Freak Stampers. My post will go live at 8:45 p.m.!
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  1. Oh my goodness!!! this is just to cute for words!! Debbie, how adorable and fun are this pair of lions, love them, just love them.
    Thank you so much for sharing and I love the fact that you let your little granddaughter help out, I can almost see her going over board with the glue, truly precious memories for both of you.

  2. Love that you added the little box! I created a similar Lion card over a year ago for a gal in my husband's Lions club when she became president...says it is still on her desk! Great projects...and how fun to have a sweet little helper...hope her friend really liked them!

  3. Do you remember what size circle punches you used on the curvy box?

  4. These are adorable :) Thanks for sharing.

  5. Did you use the itty bitty punch for the heart nose?


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